aerial victory

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  • This was his second aerial victory and his first on the Soviet front.
  • During his career he claimed twelve aerial victories, all of them at night.
  • Five days later, he scored his first confirmed aerial victory.
  • He scored his first aerial victory a month later.
  • Two days later, he scored his first aerial victory.
  • This was the first aerial victory by any member of the U.S. military.
  • By then he had been promoted to major and began leading the group in aerial victories.
  • This was also Italy's first aerial victory in the war.
  • Captain Charles B. Hall claimed two shot down, bringing his aerial victory total to three.
  • So ended the day of the greatest aerial victory. Cited from Georges Guynemer, by Henry Bordeaux
  • The squadron would score at least eight aerial victories during the war.
  • In short order, he won his first two aerial victories.
  • During this time, he claimed his first aerial victory, which went unconfirmed.
  • Here he claimed his first aerial victory in late summer of 1942.
  • In over little more than two years he would account for another 157 aerial victories.
  • He was killed in action after scoring five confirmed aerial victories.
  • There he participated in the war's final offensive, though with no more aerial victories.
  • In this role he was credited with eight aerial victories before training as a pilot.
  • Krupinski won his first aerial victory in the early stages of the Russian campaign.
  • During his career he claimed 10 aerial victories, all of them at night.
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