Tuesday, December 17, 2013

STUCK again


How did I develop this insane obsession to write a fucking book. Maybe I will write a book about trying to write a book. How the hell do you do that.


Here goes.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So what the fuck am I even going to write about?  

The fact I died for 15 minutes, in 1993 and took an incredible trip around the universe with a naked stripper angle, learning everything there is to know. I now have the power to heal and control the destiny of all mankind. What if I told you I met god and we had a long and interesting discussion on high price of real estate on the planet Zion and having sex with stripper angles. At first the talks where cool only to discover later it wasn’t god at all but the crazy voice inside my head fucking with me as he always does.

When you’re writing a book is it good practice to show you’re a great guy by thanking all the people in your life for helping you write it.

Why should I, no one really helped me, in fact most people are a hindrance too my creative efforts. Always telling me I’m wasting my time, you can’t read, write, or spell what the hell are you doing in this play ground, you don’t belong, writing belongs to nobles and intellectuals.

Well they don’t really say that out load, but I know they think it. I can read minds, remember I died.

If I could only get control of the moving of my lips when I’m thinking folks would be a bit more respectful. The looks I have gotten over the years.

What will you my book buyer look like? News for you, I know every single one of you. Do you want me to list all your names to prove it? I can if you want? But I have a bet to win and a deadline to meet.

I made a huge life or death bet with the crazy voice in side my head that I could write a book by Feb 15th. If I win the bastard leaves forever. If I lose it takes over my body.

Never thought it would be this hard. Even as I type the voice is fucking with me right now. “You got a small dick, let me fuck Debbie tonight give her what she’s longing for” How do you even have job, you’re a loser.

Trying to write this with that son of a bitch in my ears is making the walls of the universe squeeze against my rib cage from all the three dimensions, I can't inhale or exhale. My only escape is to finish the bottle as fast as I can and land in the fuzzy zone so I can start thinking and typing and get the fucker out of my head. My wife who loves me has rationed and almost cut off my supply line of brain food.


Before I take you on this incredible journey around the universe I feel you need to know a little about your story teller.




Sunday, December 15, 2013

Doing Book Here

I'm witting the book right here. I need an audience even if it's only a few 10 to 100 a day. I can't type into a dead word doc. I fucking can't. Few sentence's a day.Ya lets try it this way. It aint working the other way.
Dogs get it for free-----WooHoo

My Book. ........................................

The Loser's Lounge

The walls of my world are squeezing against my rib cage from all the three dimensions, I can't inhale or exhale. My only escape is to finish the bottle as fast as I can and stop thinking. Thinking is bad. 

My life would be a lot less complicated if I  could find some resealable excuse for fitting in, the need for acceptance is a life sentence in a small windowless cage void of light.

Being completely insane is my protection it is the only way to escape and be free from the influences of the marketing wizardry of the soul sucking vampires all taking stabs at owning my belief system and turning me into a slave.. 

And when you are on the ground gasping for your last breaths, pleading and begging for help.

They just step on your face and when one starts others follow,  it then becomes consensus, and even more join into the fun and now everyone is putting the boots to your face.

There are no good men in the world. Just fools. 


Nature has a system. You're are either predictor or prey. You are the meal or the guy who shits you out.

Now your teacher would never teach you that because they weren't taught the laws of nature.

They are robots making robots who make other robots that make robots.

They are the first to have access and programming rights to the biological hard drives of brand new computers we call four year old's. They get the first crack to shape the belief system. Memorize regurgitate, hard work, servitude, home work, sacrifice, obedience, humbleness, gratitude, honesty is all need to be successful.

(WHAT in a globalized world. Are these people insane.)

No it's not, not even close, those characteristics are slavery.  At leased the black slaves in the south knew they where slaves. Our present day kids, mom's dad's have no idea they are slaves.

To add insult to injury when they go to university they pay and pay huge, mom and dad are convinced  by consensus that they are doing the best thing for the kids.

I can Google then download software which allows me to design small aircraft to airliners for Christ sake's. It's free.

People can't think anymore. At the height of the financial crises the best selling book at the time was the secrete, It taught,  just will your good fortune and it will come. Ha diffident quite work out did it.

You got learn to hunt, the world is a smaller place, competition everywhere alpha's rule. They always have 2000 years ago they went with names like Jesus, Moses, Mohamed. Humans evolved a bit. Then it was kings and queens. Then we discovered democracy with elected leaders. And now we have the back room boys, those are the dudes you want to be friends with. They are the Smoking Men. They are the ones that can turn your life into instant prosperity or destroy you.

The first step is to start a business.










Sunday, December 8, 2013

Fred Reed nails it.

Notes on the Pussification of America

It is time to get women out of the schooling of boys. It is way past time. Women in our feminized classrooms are consigning generations of our sons to years of misery and diminished futures. The evidence is everywhere. Few dare notice it.
The feminization is real. More than seventy-five percent of teachers are women; in New York state, over ninety percent of elementary school teachers are women; in the US, over seventy percent of psychologists are women, with (sez me) the rest being doubtful. This is feminization with fangs.
I have just read Back to Normal: Why Ordinary Childhood Behavior Is Mistaken for ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorder, by psychologist Enrico Gnaulati, who works with children alleged to have psychological problems in school, usually meaning boys. I decline to recommend it because of its psychobabble, its tendency to discover the obvious at great length, and its Genderally Correct pronouns, which will grate on the literate. (I mean constructions resembling “If a student comes in, tell him or her that he or she should put his or her books in his or her locker.”) However, a serious interest in the subject justifies slogging through the prose. (The statistics above are from the book.)
The relevant content is that women are making school hell for boys, that they have turned normal boyish behavior such as enjoyment of roughhousing into psychiatric “personality disorders.” They are doping boys up, forcing them into behavior utterly alien to them, and sending them to psychiatrists if they don’t conform to standards of behavior suited to girls. The result is that boy children hate school and do poorly (despite, as Gnaulati, says, having higher IQs). This is no secret for anyone paying attention, but Gnaulati makes it explicit.
“Women should not be allowed within fifty feet of a school where boys are taught.”
As a galling example he cites one Robert, an adolescent responding badly to classes and therefore suspected by his teacher of having a “personality disorder.” From the book:
She required all forty students in the class to design Valentine’s Day cards for each other. She was emphatic about wanting them personalized. Names had to be spelled correctly and compliments written up genuinely.
Valentines? This was eighth-grade English. Students, who by then once knew grammar cold, should be reading literature or learning to write coherently. In my eighth-grade class, we read Julius Caesar: “I want the men around me to be fat, healthy-looking men who sleep at night.” Valentines? Compliments?
This, the author assures the reader, did not take place in an asylum for the mildly retarded, but in one of the ten best high schools in California. What must the rest be like?


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Thursday, November 28, 2013

It all makes sense now

Dyslexic Strengths


  1. Often highly creative
  2. Persistent
  3. Can easily grasp new concepts
  4. See patterns, connections and similarities that others don’t see
  5. Excellent at solving puzzles
  6. Holistic:  they see the big picture, don’t get lost in details, get to the important aspects
  7. Excellent comprehension of stories read or told to them
  8. Strong reasoning skills
  9. Understand abstract ideas
  10. Inclination to think outside the box

Dyslexic Careers

These strengths lend themselves nicely into these careers.
  • Science/Research
  • Marketing/Sales
  • Design
  • Woodworking/Carpentry
  • Artist
  • Actor
  • Architect
  • Mechanic
  • Engineering
  • Photography
  • Music
  • Athletics
  • Software design

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The shear lunacy of Science and Schooling system that feeds it.

The stats quo of our scientific community are insane. Typhoon Haiyan was caused by man made taxable carbon. A category 4 storm at best when it hit land. MSM severely exaggerated it's winds.

Really guys?

Al Gore licking his lips at the thought of firing up his carbon trading system in Chicago. $$$$$
These morons think the Universe is expanding, every law of physics is chucked out the window if one opens wide and swallows this load of bull shit. It’s impossible. 


They claim that galaxies are moving away from each other at an ever increasing speed, and the further out into space one goes the expansion and speed is close to the speed of light.
Do they ever ask themselves how fucking heavy a planet or a sun is.

Did they ever calculate the amount of energy required to move it just 1, one thousandth of a mm. 
Now let’s move an entire galaxy toward the speed of light.
Yet in the same breath  they say It’s impossible to move a grain of sand up to the speed of light, that would require all the energy in the universe.

To add insult to injury from our vantage point everything is moving away form our observation points here on earth. What are we the centre point of the universe? 

Stupid me, it’s dark matter pushing them away from each other, yes of course nothingness is doing this heavy lifting. And it’s centre point is the planet earth. 

Losers I'm thinking.

Albert Einstein nailed it with his theory of relativity.  Energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. 

In English that means a hunk of plutonium can be turned into energy, example an atomic bomb.

By the same token although not demonstrated yet other than the big bang, you have a tiny pocket of massive energy that lights up and transforms into matter, hence universe. 
Now to a dyslexic with vision this can mean just one thing.
Galaxies are shrinking in mass, the mass is being transformed to energy and absorbed by the black hole in the centre of each galaxy.

Click on pic Big circle Galaxy before shrinkage, little circle Galaxy after shrinkage.



As the gravitational pull at the centre increases so does the speed of galactic shrinkage. The result is gravity is growing in strength , gravity pulling toward each other. Be it at a lower rate than that of shrinkage. 

So as we observe distant galaxies they appear to be moving away from each other when in actuality they are shrinking and getting closer to each other till eventually in the future the black holes converge in what I call the gathering.

They will swallow each other up and condense into the size of an atom.Then just before it's crunched into nothingness.

BOOM

BIG bang again.


Albert Einstein: said: 
"School failed me, and I failed the school. It bored me. The teachers behaved like Feldwebel (sergeants). I wanted to learn what I wanted to know, but they wanted me to learn for the exam. What I hated most was the competitive system there, and especially sports. Because of this, I wasn't worth anything, and several times they suggested I leave. I felt that my thirst for knowledge was being strangled by my teachers, grades were their only measurement . How Can a teacher understand youth with such a system? From the age of twelve I began to suspect authority and distrust teachers." 


What the f-k did he know....... What the f-k does a Smoking Man know.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

A blog dog sent me this link


Here is the URL 

This stupid phone won't copy or paste o well. 


Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Swap out Titanium for Smoking Man


Too busy to Post on GF or Here:
Books to write, tax farm slavery 10 h/p/d, and helping kids with their business.


Swap out Titanium for Smok....ing ...Mannnn

Love this, after the kid cause he had special power that they feared.

By John White Head

These days, it is far too easy to rattle off the outrageous examples of zero tolerance policy run amok in our nation’s schools. A 14-year-old student arrested for texting in class. Three middle school aged boys in Florida thrown to the ground by police officers wielding rifles, who then arrested them for goofing off on the roof of the school. A 9-year-old boy suspended for allegedly pointing a toy at a classmate and saying “bang, bang.” Two 6-year-old students in Maryland suspended for using their fingers as imaginary guns in a schoolyard game of cops and robbers. A 12-year-old New York student hauled out of school in handcuffs for doodling on her desk with an erasable marker. An 8-year-old boy suspended for making his hand into the shape of a gun, in violation of the school district’s policy prohibiting “playing with invisible guns.” A 17-year-old charged with a felony for keeping his tackle box in his car parked on school property, potentially derailing his chances of entering the Air Force. Two seventh graders in Virginia suspended for the rest of the school year for playing with airsoft guns in their own yard before school.Thus, it’s tempting, when hearing about the 7-year-old suspended for chewing his Pop-Tart into the shape of a gun to chalk it up to an isolated example of school officials lacking in common sense. However, as I point out in my book A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, these incidents are far from isolated, occurring as they have for the better part of the past 30 years under the guise of maintaining safety and security in the schools. They are part of a concerted, top-down approach to creating a generation of obedient worker-bees content to be directed, distracted and kept in line.Despite a general consensus that zero tolerance policies have failed to have any appreciable impact on student safety, schools have doubled down on these policies to the detriment of children all across the nation. Indeed, the zero tolerance mindset is so entrenched among school administrators all over America that we are now seeing school officials reaching into the personal lives of students to police their behavior at all times. For example, 13,000 students in the Glendale Unified School District in California are now being subjected to constant social media monitoring by school officials. Superintendent Richard Sheehan has hired private firm Geo Listening to analyze the public social media posts of students both off and on campus. Whether on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, or any other social media platform, students will have their posts and comments analyzed for evidence of “bullying, cyber-bullying, hate and shaming activities, depression, harm and self harm, self hate and suicide, crime, vandalism, substance abuse and truancy.”Unfortunately, the Glendale program is simply one component of a larger framework in which all student activity is treated as an open book by school administrators. What we are witnessing is a paradigm shift in American society, in which no personal activity is safe from the prying eyes of government agents and their corporate allies. Every decision and action, no matter how innocent, is scrutinized, analyzed, filed, stored, and eventually held against you when those in power feel like it.When one pulls back the veil of zero tolerance, one can see the real culprit is the corporate-state, which has been meticulously applying the zero tolerance mindset to not just public schools in America, but our workplaces, our political forums, our social interactions and even our own homes. The end result is a society which is completely pacified and willing to march in lockstep with the corporate-state.Government officials have worked hard to indoctrinate Americans into the belief that everything you do is suspect, and anything you do can be held against you at a later date. This mindset is clear in all aspects of society, from zero tolerance policies in our nation’s schools, to SWAT team raids in our neighborhoods, from the NSA’s surveillance of all Americans’ communications, to the corporate-state’s insistence that people aren’t capable of managing their own affairs. More and more people are becoming suspicious of others, quick to judge, and more than willing to follow the government’s dictates, however irrational and immoral they may be.This manner of thinking has been slowly adopted by many Americans, but more worrisome is the manner in which it’s being foisted upon our nation’s youth. We are now living in an era in which childhood as it was once understood, a time to learn, to make mistakes, to try and fail, to try again and succeed, has been replaced by the worst elements of corporate and government culture. Children are treated as workers and prisoners, collected, corralled and controlled by teachers who increasingly act as bureaucrats, forced to fit every child into the exact same mold, regardless of their personal abilities and talents. This mindset is apparent among the proponents of the Common Core Testing Standards which threaten to unleash a new system of standardized testing on a new generation of kids.As communications consultant Luba Vangelova has noted, the key attributes of a productive member of society are “a zest for life, creativity, perseverance, empathy, effective communication and the ability to cooperate with others. These are things that can’t be measured well – if at all – by tests.” Our obsession with testing leaves children without basic reasoning and analysis skills. They are taught to parrot information, rather than produce arguments. Their value is tied to letter grades and numbers.Psychologist Peter Gray takes this criticism further, noting that children today are rarely allowed the opportunity to engage in undirected creative activity, also known as playing. Gray notes that since the 1960s, time for play has taken a backseat in the lives of children in favor of rigid curriculums revolving around high-stakes testing. Even sports, which were once simply games played on the fly by a mixed group of neighborhood kids, have taken on the rigidity of life in a factory or cubicle.  The obsession with quantifying childhood progress has gone so far that charter schools in DC are beginning to conduct high stakes testing for three and four year old children.Over the same time period, incidences of childhood mental illness have steadily increased. The number of children and young adults suffering from major depression and generalized anxiety disorder have increased between five and eightfold since the 1950s. The suicide rate for 15 – 24 year olds has doubled, while the suicide rate for those under the age of 15 has quadrupled.The rise in these mental illnesses is coupled with a decrease in empathy and an increase in narcissism in young people, indicating that their ability to work with others — as is necessary in a society — has been muted. We’re raising a generation of anxious individuals who expect their life’s direction to come to them from orders from above. In short, we’re creating a generation ingrained with an authoritarian mindset.This authoritarian mindset is an unavoidable consequence of the American education system. Indeed, while so-called education reformers insist on more tests, pushing schools to emulate the Chinese, Japanese, and South Korean educational systems, they miss a big piece of the puzzle: educators in those countries consider their systems a failure. Despite performing better than American children on certain international standardized tests, Chinese educators have noted that Chinese students have also demonstrated a “lack of social and practical skills, absence of self-discipline and imagination, loss of curiosity and passion for learning.”Despite this fact, states are pushing ahead with programs like Common Core, which not only threatens our children’s quality of education, but their privacy as well. A great deal of data will be collected under new guidelines proposed by the program. While the purposes of the data collection appear legitimate on their face, mainly focused on keeping track of student progress, we must keep in mind that we are living in the era of Big Data, in which information becomes currency between the government and their corporate benefactors. The data collected on students goes beyond test scores and includes “social security numbers, attendance records, records of interaction with school counselors, identification of learning disabilities, and even disciplinary records.” Of course, having all of this information about every misstep or mistake one has made through his whole life does not bode well in a society in which government and corporate authorities are happy to punish any minor mishap.We are living in an era where every personal decision, such as where to work, where to shop, where to play, who to love, who to befriend, who to worship, what to believe, and what to say, is open to scrutiny by government officials and corporate managers. It’s a poisonous mentality for those hoping to preserve democracy, and it’s being foisted upon our children, whether in the form of bureaucrats fashioning one-size-fits-all educational standards, or police officers investigating innocent activities such as children playing in the street as possible crimes.This situation will only get worse as our children are taught to accept the police state as normal. Between the regimes of zero tolerance, the surveillance of students both in school and in their homes, and the value placed in standardized testing over teaching analytical thinking skills, we are raising a generation which is being encouraged to adopt the authoritarian mindset which pollutes the minds of our government and corporate leaders. By allowing our children to be subject to the forces of the market and the dictates of the state, we are ensuring tyranny within a generation or two, if not sooner.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Excerpt from my book, it's sucking big time. I can't write.

Chapter 1



Back in the late 70’s charming every teacher for every last drop of 50%,  high school was mission; realistically I earned 30’s tops. I had a problem with concentration and gifting apples.

What is wrong with this picture, English 50% Math 50% Science 50%. Shop Class 50% Gym 50% Drama 95% .

My drama teacher Mr. Tennis had an addiction to pot, so did some of his students, I have always had a good set of lungs.


University was not an option for me. I even applied for some courses at community collage but failed the entry exam badly. Dyslexics have a hard time reading, watching movies and learning by trying is the only way it works for us. 


After high school I started off as a bus boy at the Four Season’s Sheraton hotel in Yorkville, and that’s where I made 

my first trade. 

The chief was a lush, Indian man with a turban, first one I ever seen, he was   an alcoholic’s,   alcoholic. His name was Khan. One of their most treasured slaves of the hotel. Movie and rock stars would make their way there for his amazing dishes.

I having sole possession of the keys to the beer fridge and not a lot of loot negotiated my first trade in my life with Khan.

I feed you booze you feed me food. It was working out great, steak, crab, lobster every night till the food and beverage manager Matthias walked in on one of my booze runs.

He was a dip shit always try to pressure the waitresses to suck his dick, he was ugly as shit, but he had power, and got blown once in a while.

I would stash the booze in the garbage, take it up to the kitchen, then wink in Morris code, then Khan would go into it and collect his bounty, never washing his hands, then a dude from room service would bring down my dinner. 

On the night I got busted, Mantises was in a foul mood, no blow jobs for a few weeks, He use to hit on and get some of the young waitress in the SRO room. This prick was ready to explode all over the room. 

I get caught red handed, booze in garbage I was in the kitchen half way threw my transaction. I’m shitting my paints, still a kid.

Chief Khan comes running to my rescue, whispers something in the Matthias’s ear, Matthias’s walks away looking at his shoes like a little boy who just got caught playing doctor with his cousin.  Don’t know what he said.



Open for Business again, obviously he had the dirt on the pervert, I learned a lesson that day, everyone has a price, anyone can be bought and sold. I didn't really do much with that till about 10 years later.  

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

My up coming book. Yes that's me.


The Loser’s Lounge

The Ultimate Success Guide Book



Back cover of book!

Who should not BUY this book?

·       People with strong religious convictions.

·       People that believe University makes you smart.

·       People that love to follow rules and play fair.

·       People that expect perfect grammar and spelling in a book.

·       People offended by fucking profanity.

·       People that love teachers, pats on the head and pleasing.

·       People that read books everyday, fuck you’re annoying.

·       People that blush when talking about kinky sex.

·       People that don’t lie, think it’s bad rather than an Art.

·       People that believe the news.

·       People that don’t like getting hammered and high.

Now that I have excluded 95% of my market and the population lets get down to business and make some loot. Let’s face it, we need bitches, and dumb down monkeys to shine our shoes, wash our cars, and serve our meals and work for us. Society needs peasants.  Not everyone has what it takes to be the owner.


Not everyone can become a Smoking Man!


FIRST Paragraph

How are words invented?

Cunt! One of the most repugnant words in society today. That word congers up all kinds of crazy images in ones head. Where do words like cunt come from? How many of you have asked yourselves that question? Was it invented by a dude who went down on his lady, only to discover she had one bad ass yeast infection, that dripping smelly monster with three eyes was five times the size of a grape fruit while pulsating and squirting out massive chunks of Technicolor slime, he must have just snap his head back almost ripping it off his shoulders and screamed out CUNT!!!!.  

I give you, the birth of a word.


Now that I have scared off every bible thumping, politically correct tree hugging mommas boys and girls lets get down to the business of making money the real way, my audience is down to 5% hopefully.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Bounce

As we are all obsessed with loot on Garths pathetic blog, each one spinning opinions based on our bets or lack there of. It seams like the real estate market is having a bounce. 

I was out having a smoke, hot and humid as hell..

Made another amazing discovery, specific parts of female anatomy seam to have a better bounce on days like this.

It leaves me wondering, is the heat and humidity responsible for this phenomenon, or does the heat and humidity make me a more focused observer…?

Hum, better go out for another fix.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

The Curtain Experiment.


Guys don’t you love this time of the year. Downtown hot humid, the ladies in light summer dresses and perfectly done toe nails. Eye candy galore.
I made a phenomenal discovery about female body language. This is more significant that Track 6ers being stupid.
It’s all about the blouse over the tee shirt, I call the blouse the “Curtains.”


There is a myth that when a woman touches here hair in your space, she has he hot’s for you. Total BS, means nothing, she could be making sure she had just the right amount of cream rinse on. Or just loves her hair.
Now I’m no spring chicken, Bald, early 50’s well-tanned, surprisingly good looking in spite of heavy drinking and smoking. Now every now and then a hottie coming up the escalator will draw the curtains and present the Howitzers, then I watch her eyes and wait for the zero in never fails, all fluid and natural.
Now when a younger one outside the age range I’m talking under 25 is coming up the escalator draws the curtains shut almost every time. Very interesting I’m thinking.
So I was out having a smoke, a 35 ish angle presented, even smiled, I thought I need to test this out.
A few days later see was out there again. Now back in the sixties when I was a kid playing hockey, it was badge of Honour to get your teeth knocked out with a puck, playing defense stopping shots with the face is what I did best, I got my badge. The two bugs bunny teeth are gone, but have fake ones.
So as I approached the door leading to the smoking area, I popped out the teeth. Went close to her, she opens the curtains, I ask for a light, mouth open wide and She lights it , immediately closes the curtains and backs off.
What a discovery, so guys if he Curtains are open, it’s yours to lose is all I’m saying.
Now what does this have to do with Real Estate you ask?
Simple, guys are weak, woman look hotter in the summer and spring, if the wife wants a house, her best chance of getting hubby into extreme debt, and her getting even with a rival beotch, who has a house and who’s Howitzers have a bit more firing power is to plot and do it in Summer and Spring when men are at their weakest. Like a vampires at dawn the fold easily.
Stats prove it.
Just look at the pic up top, cop and chic on the right…Need I say more.
Smoking Man always ahead because he studies the herd.

Friday, June 21, 2013

My code

How I have lived my entire life....
Something over the heads of Bubble Heads

Crank it kids and learn
Only way to live


Friday, June 14, 2013

3 Months Trading Forex

No bad, expecting to double my money in one year
No guts no glory

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Friday, May 24, 2013

Ramping up my trades

Up 11k using no more than 20k in two months.

As you can see when I transitioned to larger bets few weeks ago I lost at first, you need to have a tolerance for loss. On a 10 lot that's one million in play, getting into the trade you are in the hole 250 bucks. As soon as you click buy or sell. So being down 200 on a 1 lot, is down 2000 on 10 lot. Once I got use to it, I was patient rode the loses till they became profitable, I also found an amazing way to play..

Email dyslexicsmokingman@gmail.com

I will tell you how to do it..

My fee 3 beers at the Duke... :)

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Shit trading week....

I have a set of rules that I
try and follow...

1) Sell Batman  Buy Camel Toe.
2) Never double down trying to salvage a lose.
3) Never exit a position until till you see a Camel Toe or Batman
4) Never put on a Trade for the sake of it without Camel Toe or Batman evaluation.
5) Never ever have a position on just before a major economic news announcement.
6) Be care full when trading I got confused after trading USDCAD then to GBPUSD
7) Always leave enough margin available so you don't get auto sold...

Well dogs since my last P &L Report I broke all the above rules. Why? Ego......The need to impress you shit heads who follow this shit blog........


Look at the trades Margin Call Box....The first one went against me. I doubled down then tripled down. Went from bad to worse, on the monthly chart I knew I had a good bet, new a turn was due, So I keep open all night at 3 in the morning that -2600 trade was auto sold by FOREX.Com not enough margin to cover.  The trades over night went about 10k in the hole. Well the next morning All my trades are blue, and I am shocked when I discover they sold my 4 bet....As soon as I canceled out the loss, I exited the trade.Big mistake, the trades that were in the money shot up to a 5K profit had I not but the 1 bet on I would not have been forced out. I would not have exited so early. my p&L would be at 12k.....

Jobs report, I have been trading mostly USDCAD So a buy is betting USD will do better than CAD a sell being 180.

I knew the jobs report was going to be shit, So I broke rule 5. This is what happened. I switched to GBPUSD, I want to bet against the USD. So I take out a Sell with a lose stop loss.....That would have fine selling USDCAD but with GBPUSD the opposite.....

I see the jobs disaster on my BBG terminal..YES YES YES
Instantly I'm stopped out. Major trade execution error. WTF

That's trading..............................


Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Rip Buffs Dec-15-1997 Apr-9-2013

You had a great run sweety you will be missed. She helped me with spelling, before any post..... :(

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Most expensive shit ever

Next week camel toe, batman explained. For now stop loss lesson. After my first week of trading forex did OK, opened the account with 50k, but have had at risk on most trades 1.5k. or 1 unit which equals 100k in the market. biggest bet was 5 units or 7.5k in play=500k in market.

I did OK, except when I needed to take a dump. phone was dying so i looked at my trades was up about 300 bucks, took a risk. go for a poop. well ten min later I pick up my phone, and yes I did wash my hands.
I'm staring at 1000 bucks, but the font was red, not blue. normal I would wait out the trade but batman was breached, so I unloaded.

Never take your eyes off the screen without stops. equities don't move this fast.. But after a week, gambling with an average cost of 1.5 k. I made 2700. or 4% on the 50k not bad.  Had I had stops in, it would have been 3500. Next week  my trades will be with 2 units.

Getting better with the trading system.once an expert add a zero to my wins and dumps....



Next week how I pick my trading .Strategy......






Monday, March 18, 2013

Forex Trading

Using my Camel Toe and Batman indicators for trading forex all I can say is wow, throw in rs and volume is amazing......

Click on blotter to view........


You can open an account for as little as you want, not sure if you can do it via a TSFA got to ask Garth about that one.

Would ask my account but he's always shit faced. Still like him....

The way it works is you bet units, each unit is about 100k in play, cost you about 1.5 k to put on that bet.

Most I had in play was 7.5k at anyone time or about 400k.

Click on chart look at the 3rd trade 75 profit , had 5 units on that one. That sucker went from in the money of about 1200 to 75 faster than I could figure out how to exit the trade. Because I am new to this platform will not be making any big bet till I can execute trades drunk, def and blind.

My only fear is execution errors and slight delay Phone vs Trade Station.....But is workable. What is cool you can trade 24/5.5 days a week. Forsure when I get ready to get shit faced, The Galaxie 3 goes in the safe.

This is not for the faint at heart, was out of the money a few times, huge balls and faith in my batman/camel toe  style keeps me in the game long enough you yield a profit.

Name, account , and trade Ids covered to protect my privacy.

Only thing that sucks and mabey it's there is the market depth, so when I take postions it is going to be multipls of ilimit orders of 1 units, but then again the second last two trades one was market one was limit, got same fill price.....

Suggetion for anyone that wants to try this, go slow, and light for min a year, you will lose till you get a feel for it..And even if you try a demo account, and rock and roll, its a different beast when you have real skin in the game. way different. Mind you money is more like poker chips to me. Never break a sweat collecting it so does not have the same value to me as to a window washer.....Scared money never makes money...










Thursday, March 7, 2013

Freedom Defined


Freedom is not Money or Treasure you own, it is not having a gun and being free to walk the streets and do what ever you want. 


SELF WORTH OPENS ALL DOORS




Most live in the matrix not cognisant in the slightest of their enslavement to fit in . As humans we look at history and the tragedies of the past. The Jones town massacre, here was a leader who had total control of his followers, he made them give the poison to the kids and drink the rest themselves.

When people worship anything but themselves they are in danger. They can easily be manipulated aggressively, or passively. You worship a god, a celebrity, a govt leader, an activist, a rock star, an Alex Jones or even an Alien. You are not free….You are owned by the machine, spin it all you want, if you are not the centre of your own universe, you are nothing...........

For true freedom is attitude and self-worth. YOU must come first before all else……..Why is this concept of super self love so looked down on by teachers, society , parents, and peers. They invented a word for it, Narcissist, but then again they invent words all the time so as to avoid debate, A (Critical Thinker) is now a Conspiracy Theorist.

They want you disarm you with a word because they have no weapons to fight someone like you.

They all swallowed cool aid, they live in the machines matrix.

They don’t know that another beautiful universe exists outside of it. They follow the rules and the script someone wrote for them. They are fearful of being judged and evaluated in a negative light, they will buy and do dumb things. They seek acceptance at all costs……..Real Estate, Beamers,etc

A free man does not seek acceptance,. he spits at it…

The most fantastic thing a human can do is walk up to a mirror, look at your refection and say. I am the best one in the world, no one is better than me, and if people don’t like the way you are, you consider them scum beneath your toe nails, not worthy of a fraction of a second of your time.

Freedom my friends is Love thy self before all else….and if some of you ever get there, not likely, you will know what freedom really is…….

Not saying you should yell profanities out at all the dumb track 6ers from track5 , be humble in public, but have a zillion megaton nuke bomb of pride inside. and always be ready to pounce on opportunities.

True Freedom is all about attitude. Look at me, I can't write worth a shit, grammar, what grammar. Does it stop me expressing myself, do I hide that fact and cower in fear of being judged negatively . Hell No!! Not a chance. Nothing gives me a bigger thrill than when the schooled chirp me about it. They live in someone Else's movie, play a character that's not natural to them.  In my world I write the script, produce the episodes, and am the lead actor in every scene....It's my movie. and if you don't like it  tough shit.

When people say, Old Man, Beach Girl, and Smoking Man are the say they jump to that conclusion because they recognise we all share something in common, and its not a key board. We love our selves and are not afraid to show it. 

We are free..............................and waiting for others to join us....


Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Sep/2012 on GF Short Apple Long Samsung


Herb was chirping me see bellow





This is what the Great Herb said about me


#20 Herb on 09.12.12 at 10:05 pm
Speaking of Smoked Man, I surfed around a little to-day and came across a comment attached to an article in Toronto Life about our very own Garth –
You goofs forgot to talk about the great one, the only one the GREATEST PREDICTOR OF THINGS IN THE WORLD
THE GREAT SMOKING MAN
June 19, 2012 at 3:23 pm | by Smoking Man
Did you really write that, you legend in your own mind and paragon of humility?

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Atlanta Airport

Last airport in the world with a smokers room....

Massive new construction in USA

Chart says it all..... MSM The Stats Depth. All In hoping to get herd to Buy..
Might work as long as no one sees this chart. OR digs to deep....
HOME DEPOT posting amazing sales after Lowes told the truth, Increasing Dividend and buying shares back....
It's now 1 hour 45 min since the BS was unloaded and ITB dropping fast after the gap up.......

Monday, February 25, 2013

The Plunge as posted on Greater Fool


#20 Smoking Man on 02.25.13 at 10:17 pm
My BS call of the building industry in THE USA. Yet I was the nut job in the house.
Today about a month later…………………….
and
Home Builder Index, any one see batman. more of a camel toe…
and
Maybe I should write a book….
Ironically due to not being schooled I lack the discipline to follow threw and write a book.
Yet if I went to school I would have never acquired this way of thinking and super human knowledge.
A Paradox of some sort…..
Is that not Ironic…




Saturday, February 16, 2013

The Wayne Gretzky of Fighter Pilots

A black and white photograph of a smiling young man wearing a military uniform, peaked cap, various military decorations including a neck order in shape of an Iron Cross.
Erich Hartmann (19 April 1922 – 20 September 1993), nicknamed "Bubi" (the hypocoristic form of "young boy") by his comrades and "The Black Devil" by his Soviet adversaries, was a German fighter pilot during World War II and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. He claimed 352 aerial victories—that is, 352 aerial combat encounters resulting in the destruction of the enemy aircraft—in 1,404 combat missions. He engaged in aerial combat 825 times while serving with the Luftwaffe. During the course of his career, Hartmann was forced to crash-land his damaged fighter 14 times. This was due to damage received from parts of enemy aircraft he had just shot down or mechanical failure. Hartmann was never shot down or forced to land due to fire from enemy aircraft.






Name
Country Service Kills
Hartmann, Erich "Bubi"Erich "Bubi" Hartmann Germany Luftwaffe 352
Barkhorn, GerhardGerhard Barkhorn Germany Luftwaffe 301
Rall, GüntherGünther Rall Germany Luftwaffe 275
Kittel, OttoOtto Kittel Germany Luftwaffe 267
Nowotny, Walter "Nowi"Walter "Nowi" Nowotny Germany Luftwaffe 258
Batz, WilhelmWilhelm Batz Germany Luftwaffe 237
Rudorffer, ErichErich Rudorffer Germany Luftwaffe 222
Bär, HeinzHeinz Bär Germany Luftwaffe 220
Graf, HermannHermann Graf Germany Luftwaffe 212
Ehrler, HeinrichHeinrich Ehrler Germany Luftwaffe 208
Weissenberger, TheodorTheodor Weissenberger Germany Luftwaffe 208
Philipp, HansHans Philipp Germany Luftwaffe 206
Schuck, WalterWalter Schuck Germany Luftwaffe 206
Hafner, AntonAnton Hafner Germany Luftwaffe 204
Lipfert, HelmutHelmut Lipfert Germany Luftwaffe 203
Krupinski, WalterWalter Krupinski Germany Luftwaffe 197
Hackl, AntonAnton Hackl Germany Luftwaffe 192
Brendel, JoachimJoachim Brendel Germany Luftwaffe 189
Stotz, MaxMax Stotz Germany Luftwaffe 189
Kirschner, JoachimJoachim Kirschner Germany Luftwaffe 188
Brandle, KurtKurt Brändle Germany Luftwaffe 180
Josten, GüntherGünther Josten Germany Luftwaffe 178
Steinhoff, JohannesJohannes Steinhoff Germany Luftwaffe 176
Reinert, Ernst-WilhelmErnst-Wilhelm Reinert Germany Luftwaffe 174
Schack, GüntherGünther Schack Germany Luftwaffe 174
Lang, EmilEmil Lang Germany Luftwaffe 173
Schmidt, HeinzHeinz Schmidt Germany Luftwaffe 173
Ademeit, HorstHorst Ademeit Germany Luftwaffe 166
Wilcke, Wolf-DietrichWolf-Dietrich Wilcke Germany Luftwaffe 162
Marseille, Hans-JoachimHans-Joachim Marseille Germany Luftwaffe 158
Sturm, HeinrichHeinrich Sturm Germany Luftwaffe 158
Thyben, GerhardGerhard Thyben Germany Luftwaffe 157
Beisswenger, HansHans Beisswenger Germany Luftwaffe 152
Düttmann, PeterPeter Düttmann Germany Luftwaffe 152
Gollob, Gordon M.Gordon M. Gollob Germany Luftwaffe 150
Tegtmeier, FritzFritz Tegtmeier Germany Luftwaffe 146
Wolf, AlbinAlbin Wolf Germany Luftwaffe 144
Tanzer, KurtKurt Tanzer Germany Luftwaffe 143
Muller, Friedrich-KarlFriedrich-Karl Müller Germany Luftwaffe 140
Gratz, KarlKarl Gratz Germany Luftwaffe 138
Setz, HeinrichHeinrich Setz Germany Luftwaffe 138
Trenkel, RudolfRudolf Trenkel Germany Luftwaffe 138
Schall, FranzFranz Schall Germany Luftwaffe 137
Wolfrum, WalterWalter Wolfrum Germany Luftwaffe 137
Fassong, Horst-Günther vonHorst-Günther von Fassong Germany Luftwaffe 136
Fonnekold, OttoOtto Fönnekold Germany Luftwaffe 136
Weber, Karl-HeinzKarl-Heinz Weber Germany Luftwaffe 136
Müncheberg, JoachimJoachim Müncheberg Germany Luftwaffe 135
Waldmann, HansHans Waldmann Germany Luftwaffe 134
Grislawski, AlfredAlfred Grislawski Germany Luftwaffe 133
Wiese, JohannesJohannes Wiese Germany Luftwaffe 133
Borchers, AdolfAdolf Borchers Germany Luftwaffe 132
Clausen, ErwinErwin Clausen Germany Luftwaffe 132
Dickfeld, AdolfAdolf Dickfeld Germany Luftwaffe 132
Lemke, WilhelmWilhelm Lemke Germany Luftwaffe 131
Hoffmann, GerhardGerhard Hoffmann Germany Luftwaffe 130
Sterr, HeinrichHeinrich Sterr Germany Luftwaffe 130
Dahl, WaltherWalther Dahl Germany Luftwaffe 129
Eisenach, FranzFranz Eisenach Germany Luftwaffe 129
Dörr, FranzFranz Dörr Germany Luftwaffe 128
Rademacher, RudolfRudolf Rademacher Germany Luftwaffe 126
Zwernemann, JosefJosef Zwernemann Germany Luftwaffe 126
Hrabak, DietrichDietrich Hrabak Germany Luftwaffe 125
Ettel, Wolf-UdoWolf-Udo Ettel Germany Luftwaffe 124
Ihlefeld, HerbertHerbert Ihlefeld Germany Luftwaffe 123
Tonne, WolfgangWolfgang Tonne Germany Luftwaffe 122
Marquardt, HeinzHeinz Marquardt Germany Luftwaffe 121
Schnaufer, Heinz-WolfgangHeinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer Germany Luftwaffe 121
Weiß, RobertRobert Weiß Germany Luftwaffe 121
Obleser, FriedrichFriedrich Obleser Germany Luftwaffe 120
Leie, ErichErich Leie Germany Luftwaffe 118
Beerenbrock, Franz-JosefFranz-Josef Beerenbrock Germany Luftwaffe 117
Birkner, Hans-JoachimHans-Joachim Birkner Germany Luftwaffe 117
Norz, JakobJakob Norz Germany Luftwaffe 117
Oesau, WalterWalter Oesau Germany Luftwaffe 117
Wernicke, HeinzHeinz Wernicke Germany Luftwaffe 117
Lambert, AugustAugust Lambert Germany Luftwaffe 116
Molders, WernerWerner Mölders Germany Luftwaffe 115
Crinius, WilhelmWilhelm Crinius Germany Luftwaffe 114
Schröer, WernerWerner Schröer Germany Luftwaffe 114
Dammers, HansHans Dammers Germany Luftwaffe 113
Korts, BertholdBerthold Korts Germany Luftwaffe 113
Lent, HelmutHelmut Lent Germany Luftwaffe 113
Buhligen, KurtKurt Bühligen Germany Luftwaffe 112
Ubben, KurtKurt Ubben Germany Luftwaffe 110
Woidich, FranzFranz Woidich Germany Luftwaffe 110
Seiler, ReinhardReinhard Seiler Germany Luftwaffe 109
Bitsch, EmilEmil Bitsch Germany Luftwaffe 108
Hahn, HansHans Hahn Germany Luftwaffe 108
Vechtel, BernhardBernhard Vechtel Germany Luftwaffe 108
Bauer, ViktorViktor Bauer Germany Luftwaffe 106
Lucas, WernerWerner Lucas Germany Luftwaffe 106
Lutzow, GuntherGünther Lützow Germany Luftwaffe 105
Boremski, Eberhard vonEberhard von Boremski Germany Luftwaffe 104
Galland, AdolfAdolf Galland Germany Luftwaffe 104
Sachsenberg, HeinzHeinz Sachsenberg Germany Luftwaffe 104
Grasser, HartmannHartmann Grasser Germany Luftwaffe 103
Freytag, SiegfriedSiegfried Freytag Germany Luftwaffe 102
Geisshardt, FriedrichFriedrich Geisshardt Germany Luftwaffe 102
Mayer, EgonEgon Mayer Germany Luftwaffe 102
Ostermann, Max-HellmuthMax-Hellmuth Ostermann Germany Luftwaffe 102
Wurmheller, JosefJosef Wurmheller Germany Luftwaffe 102
Miethig, RudolfRudolf Miethig Germany Luftwaffe 101
Priller, JosefJosef Priller Germany Luftwaffe 101
Wernitz, UlrichUlrich Wernitz Germany Luftwaffe 101
Späte, WolfgangWolfgang Späte Germany Luftwaffe 99
Steinbatz, LeopoldLeopold Steinbatz Germany Luftwaffe 99
Rödel, GustavGustav Rödel Germany Luftwaffe 98
Schleinhege, HermannHermann Schleinhege Germany Luftwaffe 97
Juutilainen, IlmariIlmari Juutilainen Finland Finnish Air Force 94
Muller, RudolfRudolf Müller Germany Luftwaffe 94
Bennemann, HelmutHelmut Bennemann Germany Luftwaffe 93
Romm, OskarOskar Romm Germany Luftwaffe 92
Iwamoto, TetsuzoTetsuzo Iwamoto Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 87
Nishizawa, HiroyoshiHiroyoshi Nishizawa Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 87
Mader, AntonAnton Mader Germany Luftwaffe 86
Sayn-Wittgenstein, Heinrich Prinz zuHeinrich Prinz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein Germany Luftwaffe 83
Darjes, EmilEmil Darjes Germany Luftwaffe 82
Grünberg, HansHans Grünberg Germany Luftwaffe 82
Beyer, FranzFranz Beyer Germany Luftwaffe 81
Broch, HugoHugo Broch Germany Luftwaffe 81
Bachnick, HerbertHerbert Bachnick Germany Luftwaffe 80
Eder, Georg-PeterGeorg-Peter Eder Germany Luftwaffe 78
von Bonin, HubertusHubertus von Bonin Germany Luftwaffe 77
Bunzek, JohannesJohannes Bunzek Germany Luftwaffe 75
Wind, HansHans Wind Finland Finnish Air Force 75
Fukumoto, ShigeoShigeo Fukumoto Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 72
Glunz, AdolfAdolf Glunz Germany Luftwaffe 71
Linz, RudiRudi Linz Germany Luftwaffe 70
Sugita, ShoichiShoichi Sugita Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 70
Burckhardt, Lutz-WilhelmLutz-Wilhelm Burckhardt Germany Luftwaffe 69
Dombacher, KurtKurt Dombacher Germany Luftwaffe 68
Kageneck, Erbo Graf vonErbo Graf von Kageneck Germany Luftwaffe 67
Schiess, FranzFranz Schiess Germany Luftwaffe 67
Streib, WernerWerner Streib Germany Luftwaffe 66
Radusch, GüntherGünther Radusch Germany Luftwaffe 64
Rokker, HeinzHeinz Rökker Germany Luftwaffe 64
Welter, KurtKurt Welter Germany Luftwaffe 63
Cordes, HeinoHeino Cordes Germany Luftwaffe 62
Kozhedub, IvanIvan Kozhedub Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 62
Beutin, GerhardGerhard Beutin Germany Luftwaffe 60
Bob, Hans EkkehardHans Ekkehard Bob Germany Luftwaffe 60
Carganico, HorstHorst Carganico Germany Luftwaffe 60
Czech, FranzFranz Czech Germany Luftwaffe 60
Borchers, WalterWalter Borchers Germany Luftwaffe 59
Pokryshkin, Aleksandr IvanovichAleksandr Ivanovich Pokryshkin Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 59
Stahlschmidt, Hans-ArnoldHans-Arnold Stahlschmidt Germany Luftwaffe 59
Becker, MartinMartin Becker Germany Luftwaffe 58
Buchner, HermannHermann Buchner Germany Luftwaffe 58
Rechkalov, GrigoriyGrigoriy Rechkalov Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 58
Shinohara, HiromichiHiromichi Shinohara Japan Imperial Japanese Army 58
Ahnert, Heinrich-WilhelmHeinrich-Wilhelm Ahnert Germany Luftwaffe 57
Bauer, KonradKonrad Bauer Germany Luftwaffe 57
Brandt, WalterWalter Brandt Germany Luftwaffe 57
Bronnle, HerbertHerbert Bronnle Germany Luftwaffe 57
Dahmer, HugoHugo Dahmer Germany Luftwaffe 57
Gulayev, Nikolay DmitrievichNikolay Dmitrievich Gulayev Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 57
Cantacuzino, ConstantinConstantin Cantacuzino Romania Romanian Air Force 56
Luukkanen, EinoEino Luukkanen Finland Finnish Air Force 56
Wick, HelmutHelmut Wick Germany Luftwaffe 56
Bareuther, HerbertHerbert Bareuther Germany Luftwaffe 55
Galland, Wilhelm-FerdinandWilhelm-Ferdinand Galland Germany Luftwaffe 55
Badum, JohannJohann Badum Germany Luftwaffe 54
Okumura, TakeoTakeo Okumura Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 54
Barten, FranzFranz Barten Germany Luftwaffe 53
Berres, Heinz-EdgarHeinz-Edgar Berres Germany Luftwaffe 53
Brunner, AlbertAlbert Brunner Germany Luftwaffe 53
Yevstigneyev, Kirill A.Kirill A. Yevstigneyev Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 53
Barten, FranzFranz Barten Germany Luftwaffe 52
Drewes, MartinMartin Drewes Germany Luftwaffe 52
Knoke, HeinzHeinz Knoke Germany Luftwaffe 52
Anabuki, SatoruSatoru Anabuki Japan Imperial Japanese Army 51
Greiner, HermannHermann Greiner Germany Luftwaffe 51
Kuroe, YasuhikoYasuhiko Kuroe Japan Imperial Japanese Army 51
Glinka, DmitriyDmitriy Glinka Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 50
Jabs, Hans-JoachimHans-Joachim Jabs Germany Luftwaffe 50
Van Lierde, RemyRemy Van Lierde Belgium Royal Air Force 50
Arnold, HeinzHeinz Arnold Germany Luftwaffe 49
Beckh, FriedrichFriedrich Beckh Germany Luftwaffe 48
Balthasar, WilhelmWilhelm Balthasar Germany Luftwaffe 47
Serbanescu, AlexandruAlexandru Şerbănescu Romania Romanian Air Force 47
Augenstein, Hans-HeinzHans-Heinz Augenstein Germany Luftwaffe 46
Becker, LudwigLudwig Becker Germany Luftwaffe 46
Bowing-TreudingWolfgang Böwing-Treuding Germany Luftwaffe 46
Koldunov, AleksandrAleksandr Koldunov Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 46
Schnörrer, KarlKarl Schnörrer Germany Luftwaffe 46
Skomorohov, NikolayNikolay Skomorohov Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 46
Vorozheikin, ArseniyArseniy Vorozheikin Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 46
Tuominen, OivaOiva Tuominen Finland Finnish Air Force 44
Wever, WaltherWalther Wever Germany Luftwaffe 44
Dukovac, MatoMato Dukovac Croatia Croatian Air Force 44
Lehtovaara, UrhoUrho Lehtovaara Finland Finnish Air Force 44
Boris, KarlKarl Boris Germany Luftwaffe 43
Franzisket, LudwigLudwig Franzisket Germany Luftwaffe 43
Brocke, JürgenJürgen Brocke Germany Luftwaffe 42
Hannig, NorbertNorbert Hannig Germany Luftwaffe 42
Puhakka, OlliOlli Puhakka Finland Finnish Air Force 42
Baake, WernerWerner Baake Germany Luftwaffe 41
Olejnik, RobertRobert Olejnik Germany Luftwaffe 41
Bremer, PeterPeter Bremer Germany Luftwaffe 40
Busch, RudolfRudolf Busch Germany Luftwaffe 40
Bong, Richard I.Richard I. Bong United States U.S. Army Air Forces 40
Pattle, Marmaduke 'Pat'Marmaduke 'Pat' Pattle South African Royal Air Force 40
Hujita, IyozoIyozo Hujita Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 39
von Bonin, Eckhart-WilhelmEckhart-Wilhelm von Bonin Germany Luftwaffe 39
Borngen, ErnstErnst Borngen Germany Luftwaffe 38
Galić, CvitanCvitan Galić Croatia Croatian Air Force 38
Johnson, James Edgar "Johnnie"James Edgar "Johnnie" Johnson UK Royal Air Force 38
McGuire, Thomas B.Thomas B. McGuire United States U.S. Army Air Forces 38
Bretnutz, HeinzHeinz Bretnutz Germany Luftwaffe 37
Luganski, SergeySergey Luganski Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 37
Neumann, KlausKlaus Neumann Germany Luftwaffe 37
Puro, OlaviOlavi Puro Finland Finnish Air Force 36
Bertram, GuntherGunther Bertram Germany Luftwaffe 35
Katajainen, NilsNils Katajainen Finland Finnish Air Force 35
Brandt, PaulPaul Brandt Germany Luftwaffe 34
Ohta, ToshioToshio Ohta Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 34
McCampbell, DavidDavid McCampbell United States U.S. Navy 34
Beyer, HeinzHeinz Beyer Germany Luftwaffe 33
Clostermann, PierrePierre Clostermann France Free French Air Force; Royal Air Force 33
Finucane, Brendan Eamon Fergus "Paddy"Brendan Eamon Fergus "Paddy" Finucane Ireland Royal Air Force 32
Karhila, KyöstiKyösti Karhila Finland Finnish Air Force 32
Kashiwade, IsamiIsami Kashiwade Japan Imperial Japanese Army 32
Kazuo, SuginoSugino Kazuo Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 32
Malan, Adolph 'Sailor'Adolph 'Sailor' Malan South Africa Royal Air Force 32
Režňák, JánJán Režňák Slovakia Slovak Air Force[3] 32
Nissinen, LauriLauri Nissinen Finland Finnish Air Force 32
Karhunen, JormaJorma Karhunen Finland Finnish Air Force 31
Kumanichkin, AlexandrAlexandr Kumanichkin Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 31
Beurling, George F. "Buzz"George F. "Buzz" Beurling Canada Royal Air Force 31
Bartz, ErichErich Bartz Germany Luftwaffe 30
Blazytko, FranzFranz Blazytko Germany Luftwaffe 30
Bucholz, MaxMax Bucholz Germany Luftwaffe 30
Jobou, RyotaroRyotaro Jobou Japan Imperial Japanese Army 30
Mutoh, KaneyoshiKaneyoshi Mutoh Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 30
Kato, TateoTateo Kato Japan Imperial Japanese Army 30
Sultan, Amet-HanAmet-Han Sultan Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 30
Vale, WilliamWilliam Vale UK Royal Air Force 30
Szentgyörgyi, DezsőDezső Szentgyörgyi Hungary Royal Hungarian Air Force 30
Braham, BobBob Braham UK Royal Air Force 29
Tuck, Robert Roland StanfordRobert Roland Stanford Tuck UK Royal Air Force 29
Adolph, WalterWalter Adolph Germany Luftwaffe 29
Vesa, EmilEmil Vesa Finland Finnish Air Force 29
Andres, ErnstErnst Andres Germany Luftwaffe 28
Benning, AntonAnton Benning Germany Luftwaffe 28
Burk, AlfredAlfred Burk Germany Luftwaffe 28
Koenig, Hans-HeinrichHans-Heinrich Koenig Germany Luftwaffe 28
Lacey, "Ginger""Ginger" Lacey UK Royal Air Force 28
Gabreski, Francis "Gabby"Francis "Gabby" Gabreski United States U.S. Army Air Forces 28
Kovárik, IzidorIzidor Kovárik Slovakia Slovak Air Force 28
Boyington, Gregory "Pappy"Gregory "Pappy" Boyington United States U.S. Marine Corps 28
Järvi, TapioTapio Järvi Finland Finnish Air Force 28
Caldwell, CliveClive Caldwell Australia Royal Australian Air Force 28
Akamatsu, SadaakiSadaaki Akamatsu Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 27
Beckmann, KarlKarl Beckmann Germany Luftwaffe 27
Clade, EmilEmil Clade Germany Luftwaffe 27
Duke, NevilleNeville Duke UK Royal Air Force 27
Johnson, Robert S.Robert S. Johnson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 27
MacDonald, Charles H.Charles H. MacDonald United States U.S. Army Air Forces 27
Sasai, JunichiJunichi Sasai Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 27
Gray, Colin FalklandColin Falkland Gray New Zealand Royal Air Force 27
Alakoski, KlausKlaus Alakoski Finland Finnish Air Force 26
Foss, Joseph J.Joseph J. Foss United States U.S. Marine Corps 26
Gerthoffer, JánJán Gerthoffer Slovakia Slovak Air Force 26
Ogiya, NobuoNobuo Ogiya Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 26
Tóth, LajosLajos Tóth Hungary Royal Hungarian Air Force 26
Visconti, AdrianoAdriano Visconti Italy Regia Aeronautica 26
Preddy, Jr., George E.George E. Preddy, Jr. United States U.S. Army Air Forces 26
Lock, EricEric Lock UK Royal Air Force 26
Albrecht, EgonEgon Albrecht Germany Luftwaffe 25
Bellof, LudwigLudwig Bellof Germany Luftwaffe 25
Carey, Frank ReginaldFrank Reginald Carey UK Royal Air Force 25
Hanson, Robert M.Robert M. Hanson United States U.S. Marine Corps 25
Kanno, NaoshiNaoshi Kanno Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 25
Sewell, AJ "Jackie"AJ "Jackie" Sewell UK Fleet Air Arm 25
Harris, Cecil E.Cecil E. Harris United States U.S. Navy 24
Meyer, John C.John C. Meyer United States U.S. Army Air Forces 24
Bader, DouglasDouglas Bader UK Royal Air Force 23
Cork, Richard JohnRichard John Cork UK Fleet Air Arm 23
Saarinen, JormaJorma Saarinen Finland Finnish Air Force 23
Tervo, KaleviKalevi Tervo Finland Finnish Air Force 23
Valencia, Eugene A.Eugene A. Valencia United States U.S. Navy 23
Wade, Lance C.Lance C. Wade United States Royal Air Force 23
Beese, ArturArtur Beese Germany Luftwaffe 22
Charles, Edward F.Edward F. Charles Canada RCAF 22
Deere, Alan ChristopherAlan Christopher Deere New Zealand Royal Air Force 22
Johnson, Gerald R.Gerald R. Johnson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 22
Kearby, Neel E.Neel E. Kearby United States U.S. Army Air Forces 22
Robbins, Jay T.Jay T. Robbins United States U.S. Army Air Forces 22
Müller, FritzFritz Müller Germany Luftwaffe 22
Kinnunen, EeroEero Kinnunen Finland Finnish Air Force 22
Schilling, David C.David C. Schilling United States U.S. Army Air Forces 22
Demozay, JeanJean Demozay France Royal Air Force 21
Myllylä, PaavoPaavo Myllylä Finland Finnish Air Force 21
Voll, John J.John J. Voll United States U.S. Army Air Forces 21
Walsh, Kenneth A.Kenneth A. Walsh United States U.S. Marine Corps 21
Gentile, Dominic S.Dominic S. Gentile United States U.S. Army Air Forces 21
Kingaby, DonaldDonald Kingaby UK Royal Air Force 21
Wetmore, Raymond S.Raymond S. Wetmore United States U.S. Army Air Forces 21
Christensen, Fred J.Fred J. Christensen United States U.S. Army Air Forces 21
Crawford-Crompton, William V.William V. Crawford-Crompton New Zealand Royal Air Force 21
Hesselyn, Raymond BrownRaymond Brown Hesselyn New Zealand Royal New Zealand Air Force 21
Tani, AnttiAntti Tani Finland Finnish Air Force 21
Aldrich, Donald N.Donald N. Aldrich United States U.S. Marine Corps 20
Anter, RudolphRudolph Anter Germany Luftwaffe 20
Becker, PaulPaul Becker Germany Luftwaffe 20
Berschwinger, HansHans Berschwinger Germany Luftwaffe 20
Crossley, MichaelMichael Crossley UK Royal Air Force 20
Lynch, Thomas J.Thomas J. Lynch United States U.S. Army Air Forces 20
McLeod, Henry W.Henry W. McLeod Canada RCAF 20
Westbrook United States U.S. Army Air Forces 20
Bolz, Helmut-FelixHelmut-Felix Bolz Germany Luftwaffe 20
Baudach, HelmutHelmut Baudach Germany Luftwaffe 20
Mahurin, Walker 'Bud' MelvilleWalker 'Bud' Melville Mahurin United States U.S. Army Air Forces 20
Mackie, EvanEvan Mackie New Zealand Royal Air Force 20
Fleming, Patrick D.Patrick D. Fleming United States U.S. Navy 19
Nooy, Cornelius N.Cornelius N. Nooy United States U.S. Navy 19
Smith, John LucianJohn Lucian Smith United States U.S. Marine Corps 19
Teromaa, ErikErik Teromaa Finland Finnish Air Force 19
Vraciu, AlexanderAlexander Vraciu United States U.S. Navy 19
Duncan, Glenn E.Glenn E. Duncan United States U.S. Army Air Forces 19
Bordoni, FrancoFranco Bordoni Italy Regia Aeronautica 19
Cunningham, John "Cat's Eyes"John "Cat's Eyes" Cunningham UK Royal Air Force 19
Allard, GeoffreyGeoffrey Allard UK Royal Air Force 19
Pyötsiä, ViktorViktor Pyötsiä Finland Finnish Air Force 19
Suhonen, VäinöVäinö Suhonen Finland Finnish Air Force 19
Beckham, Walter C.Walter C. Beckham United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Gloan, Pierre LePierre Le Gloan France French Air Force 18
Green, Herschel H.Herschel H. Green United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Herbst, John C. "Pappy"John C. "Pappy" Herbst United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Takeo, TakemizuTakemizu Takeo Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 18
Urbanowicz, WitoldWitold Urbanowicz Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 18
Older, Charles H.Charles H. Older United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Kuttelwascher, KarelKarel Kuttelwascher Czechoslovakia Royal Air Force 18
Skalski, StanisławStanisław Skalski Poland Polish Air Force/RAF 18
Yukiyoshi, WakamatsuWakamatsu Yukiyoshi Japan Imperial Japanese Army 18
Benko, Arthur J.Arthur J. Benko United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Carl, Marion E.Marion E. Carl United States U.S. Marine Corps 18
Pekuri, LauriLauri Pekuri Finland Finnish Air Force 18
Thomas, Wilbur J.Wilbur J. Thomas United States U.S. Marine Corps 18
Carson, Leonard K.Leonard K. Carson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Eagleson, Glenn T.Glenn T. Eagleson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 18
Zemke, HubertHubert Zemke United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17.75
Božík, RudolfRudolf Božík Slovakia Slovak Air Force 17
Frantisek, JosefJosef Frantisek Czechoslovakia Polish Air Force 17
Gładych, BolesławBolesław Gładych Poland Polish Air Force/U.S. Army Air Forces 17
Johnson, Gerald W.Gerald W. Johnson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17
McKnight, William "Willie"William "Willie" McKnight Canada Royal Air Force 17
Sarvanto, JormaJorma Sarvanto Finland Finnish Air Force 17
Truscott, KeithKeith Truscott Australia Royal Australian Air Force 17
Turkka, YrjöYrjö Turkka Finland Finnish Air Force 17
Varnell, Jr., James S.James S. Varnell, Jr. United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17
Vasatko, AloisAlois Vasatko Czechoslovakia RAF 17
Brown, Henry W.Henry W. Brown United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17
Thornell, John F.John F. Thornell United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17
Beeson, Duane W.Duane W. Beeson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17
England, John B.John B. England United States U.S. Army Air Forces 17
Huotari, JoukoJouko Huotari Finland Finnish Air Force 17
Baker, DouglasDouglas Baker United States U.S. Navy 16
Clisby, LesLes Clisby Australia Royal Air Force 16
Dzal, FranjoFranjo Dzal Croatia Croatian Air Force 16
Edwards, James FrancisJames Francis Edwards Canada RCAF 16
Galland, PaulPaul Galland Germany Luftwaffe 16
Halonen, EeroEero Halonen Finland Finnish Air Force 16
Harris, BillBill Harris United States U.S. Army Air Forces 16
Kepford, Ira C.Ira C. Kepford United States U.S. Navy 16
la Meslée, Edmond MarinEdmond Marin la Meslée France French Air Force 16
McNair, Robert W.Robert W. McNair Canada RCAF 16
Plagis, John I. A.John I. A. Plagis Rhodesia Royal Air Force 16
Stimpson, Charles R.Charles R. Stimpson United States U.S. Navy 16
Turner, P. S.P. S. Turner Canada RCAF 16
Welch, George S.George S. Welch United States U.S. Army Air Forces 16
Goldsmith, AdrianAdrian Goldsmith Australia Royal Australian Air Force 16
Anderson, Clarence E.Clarence E. Anderson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 16
Godfrey, John T.John T. Godfrey United States U.S. Army Air Forces 16
Cullen, NigelNigel Cullen Australia Royal Air Force 16
Horbaczewski, EugeniuszEugeniusz Horbaczewski Poland Polish Air Force/RAF 16
Klersey, William T.William T. Klersey Canada RCAF 16
Lumme, AulisAulis Lumme Finland Finnish Air Force 16
Riihikallio, EeroEero Riihikallio Finland Finnish Air Force 16
MacLachlan, JamesJames MacLachlan UK Royal Air Force 16
Alho, MarttiMartti Alho Finland Finnish Air Force 15
Bencetic, LjudevitLjudevit Bencetic Croatia Croatian Air Force 15
Bradley, Jack T.Jack T. Bradley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Brown, Samuel J.Samuel J. Brown USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Cragg, Edward "Porky"Edward "Porky" Cragg USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Dahlberg, Kenneth H.Kenneth H. Dahlberg USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Dunham, William D.William D. Dunham USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Foy, Robert W.Robert W. Foy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Frost, John "Jack"John "Jack" Frost South Africa South African Air Force 15
Homer, Cyril F.Cyril F. Homer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Hughes, PatersonPaterson Hughes Australia Royal Air Force 15
Page, GeoffreyGeoffrey Page UK Royal Air Force 15
Spears, Harold L.Harold L. Spears USA U.S. Marine Corps 15
Cullerton, William J.William J. Cullerton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Hofer, Ralph K.Ralph K. Hofer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Cyprich, FrantišekFrantišek Cyprich Slovakia Slovak Air Force 15
Mason, ErnestErnest Mason UK Royal Air Force 15
Harries, RaymondRaymond Harries UK Royal Air Force 15
Hill, David Lee "Tex"David Lee "Tex" Hill United States U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Beerbower, Donald M.Donald M. Beerbower United States U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Swett, James E.James E. Swett United States U.S. Marine Corps 15
Waddy, John LloydJohn Lloyd Waddy Australia Royal Australian Air Force 15
Peterson, Richard A.Richard A. Peterson United States U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Whisner, Jr., William T.William T. Whisner, Jr. United States U.S. Army Air Forces 15
Bochkay, Donald H.Donald H. Bochkay USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14.84
Brezina, FrantišekFrantišek Brezina Slovakia Slovak Air Force 14
Curtis, Robert C.Robert C. Curtis USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
DeHaven, Robert M.Robert M. DeHaven USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Donahue, Archie G.Archie G. Donahue USA U.S. Marine Corps 14
Emmer, Wallace N.Wallace N. Emmer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Hawkins, Arthur R.Arthur R. Hawkins USA U.S. Navy 14
Jeffrey, Arthur F.Arthur F. Jeffrey USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
McComas, Edward O.Edward O. McComas USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
McCuskey, Elbert S.Elbert S. McCuskey USA U.S. Navy 14
Roberts, Jr., Daniel T.Daniel T. Roberts, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Wirth, John L.John L. Wirth USA U.S. Navy 14
Carr, Bruce W.Bruce W. Carr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Goodson, James A.James A. Goodson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Wegmann, GüntherGünther Wegmann Germany Luftwaffe 14
Checketts, JohnnieJohnnie Checketts NZ Royal New Zealand Air Force 14
Nuorala, AaroAaro Nuorala Finland Finnish Air Force 14
Powers, Jr., Joseph H.Joseph H. Powers, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Brown, HenryHenry Brown USA U.S. Army Air Force 14
Landers, John D.John D. Landers USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Scherf, CharlesCharles Scherf Australia Royal Australian Air Force 14
Blakeslee, Donald J.Donald J. Blakeslee USA U.S. Army Air Forces 14
Bryan, Donald S.Donald S. Bryan USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13.3
Bartley, Anthony CharlesAnthony Charles Bartley UK Royal Air Force 13
Boskic, SafetSafet Boskic Croatia Croatian Air Force 13
Brooks, James L.James L. Brooks USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Carmichael, Jr., Daniel A.Daniel A. Carmichael, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 13
Cramer, Darrell S.Darrell S. Cramer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Cupp, James N.James N. Cupp USA U.S. Marine Corps 13
East, Clyde B.Clyde B. East USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Galer, Robert E.Robert E. Galer USA U.S. Marine Corps 13
Hampshire, John F.John F. Hampshire USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Holloway, Bruce K.Bruce K. Holloway USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Marontate, William P.William P. Marontate USA U.S. Marine Corps 13
O'Meara, JamesJames O'Meara UK Royal Air Force 13
Pallasvuo, YrjöYrjö Pallasvuo Finland Finnish Air Force 13
Pan-Yang, John WongJohn Wong Pan-Yang / Wang Banyang USA Chinese Nationalist Air Force (USA-born volunteer) 13
Parker, Harry A.Harry A. Parker USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Rushing, Roy W.Roy W. Rushing USA U.S. Navy 13
Scott, Jr., Robert LeeRobert Lee Scott, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Shaw, Edward O.Edward O. Shaw USA U.S. Marine Corps 13
Shipard, MervynMervyn Shipard Australia Royal Australian Air Force 13
Stephens, Robert W.Robert W. Stephens USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Strane, John R.John R. Strane USA U.S. Navy 13
Twelves, Wendell V.Wendell V. Twelves USA U.S. Navy 13
Williamson, Felix D.Felix D. Williamson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Zumbach, JanJan Zumbach Poland Polish Air Force 13
Olds, RobinRobin Olds USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Millikan, Willard. W.Willard. W. Millikan USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Neale (pilot), RobertRobert Neale (pilot) USA AVG 13
Moran, Glennon T.Glennon T. Moran USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Lennartz, HelmutHelmut Lennartz Germany Luftwaffe 13
Carpenter, GeorgeGeorge Carpenter USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Duncan, George C.George C. Duncan USA U.S. Navy 13
Kokko, PekkaPekka Kokko Finland Finnish Air Force 13
Lampi, HeimoHeimo Lampi Finland Finnish Air Force 13
Mehle, Roger W.Roger W. Mehle USA U.S. Navy 13
Strait, Donald J.Donald J. Strait USA U.S. Army Air Forces 13
Ackerman, Fred T.Fred T. Ackerman USA U.S. Navy 12
Ahokas, LeoLeo Ahokas Finland Finnish Air Force 12
Bretherton, BruceBruce Bretherton Australia Royal Australian Air Force 12
Brezas, MichaelMichael Brezas USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Chase, Levi R.Levi R. Chase USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Craig, Clement M.Clement M. Craig USA U.S. Navy 12
Crombie, CharlesCharles Crombie Australia Royal Australian Air Force 12
Culinovic, MatoMato Culinovic Croatia Croatian Air Force 12
Dundas, JohnJohn Dundas UK Royal Air Force 12
Eastham, David B.David B. Eastham USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Everton, Loren D.Loren D. Everton USA U.S. Marine Corps 12
Freeborn, JohnJohn Freeborn UK Royal Air Force 12
Harris, Leroy E.Leroy E. Harris USA U.S. Navy 12
Head, Jr., Coatsworth B.Coatsworth B. Head, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Hedrick, Roger R.Roger R. Hedrick USA U.S. Navy 12
Henry, William E.William E. Henry USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Ladd, Kenneth G.Kenneth G. Ladd USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Martinko, EduardEduard Martinko Croatia Croatian Air Force 12
Masoner, Jr., William J.William J. Masoner, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 12
Matúšek, AntonAnton Matúšek Slovakia Slovak Air Force 12
Mikovic, VecaVeca Mikovic Croatia Croatian Air Force 12
Moore, Robert W.Robert W. Moore USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Pisarek, MarianMarian Pisarek Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 12
Segal, Harold E.Harold E. Segal USA U.S. Marine Corps 12
Shirley, James A.James A. Shirley USA U.S. Navy 12
Skogstad, Norman C.Norman C. Skogstad USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Sloan, William J.William J. Sloan USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Stipcic, ZlatkoZlatko Stipcic Croatia Croatian Air Force 12
Trowbridge, Eugene A.Eugene A. Trowbridge USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Turnbull, PeterPeter Turnbull Australia Royal Australian Air Force 12
Watkins, James A.James A. Watkins USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
West, Richard L.Richard L. West USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Yarra, JohnJohn Yarra Australia Royal Australian Air Force 12
Zeleňák, PavolPavol Zeleňák Slovakia Slovak Air Force 12
Schreiber, LeRoy A.LeRoy A. Schreiber USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Gleason, George W.George W. Gleason USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Hively, Howard D.Howard D. Hively USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Quirk, Michael J.Michael J. Quirk USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
McKennon, Pierce W.Pierce W. McKennon USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Turner, Richard E.Richard E. Turner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Stauder, JozefJozef Štauder Slovakia Slovak Air Force 12
Litvak, LydiaLydia Litvak Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 12
Brown, Quince L.Quince L. Brown USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Aaltonen, LasseLasse Aaltonen Finland Finnish Air Force 12
Armstrong, HugoHugo Armstrong Australia Royal Australian Air Force 12
Barr, Andrew "Nicky"Andrew "Nicky" Barr Australia Royal Australian Air Force 12
Fairbanks, David Charles "Foob"David Charles "Foob" Fairbanks USA RCAF 12
Frazier, Kenneth D.Kenneth D. Frazier USA U.S. Marine Corps 12
Gaze, FrederickFrederick Gaze Australia Royal Air Force 12
Koskinen, EinoEino Koskinen Finland Finnish Air Force 12
Paronen, OnniOnni Paronen Finland Finnish Air Force 12
Pietrzak, HenrykHenryk Pietrzak Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 12
Sarjamo, UrhoUrho Sarjamo Finland Finnish Air Force 12
Sovelius, Per-ErikPer-Erik Sovelius Finland Finnish Air Force 12
Stewart, James C.James C. Stewart USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Brueland, Lowell K.Lowell K. Brueland USA U.S. Army Air Forces 12
Chi-Sheng, LiuLiu Chi-Sheng / Liu Zhesheng China Chinese Nationalist Air Force 11.3
Mayers, HowardHoward Mayers Australia Royal Air Force 11.3
Bauer, Harold W.Harold W. Bauer USA U.S. Marine Corps 11
Blackburn, John T.John T. Blackburn USA U.S. Navy 11
Budanova, KatyaKatya Budanova Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 11
Dean, Jr., William A.William A. Dean, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 11
Fisken, GeoffGeoff Fisken New Zealand Royal New Zealand Air Force 11
Frantz, Carl M.Carl M. Frantz USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
French, James B.James B. French USA U.S. Navy 11
Goebel, Robert J.Robert J. Goebel USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Helebrant, JosipJosip Helebrant Croatia Croatian Air Force 11
Kirkwood, Phillip L.Phillip L. Kirkwood USA U.S. Navy 11
Lawler, John B.John B. Lawler USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Leino, HemmoHemmo Leino Finland Finnish Air Force 11
Lent, Francis J.Francis J. Lent USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Leverette, William L.William L. Leverette USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Loisel, John S.John S. Loisel USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Lowry, Wayne L.Wayne L. Lowry USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Mallory, Charles M.Charles M. Mallory USA U.S. Navy 11
Maresiev, Alexei PetrovichAlexei Petrovich Maresiev Soviet Union Soviet Air Force 11
Martinasevic, StjepanStjepan Martinasevic Croatia Croatian Air Force 11
McCorkle, Charles M.Charles M. McCorkle USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
McDonald, Norman L.Norman L. McDonald USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
McWhorter III, HamiltonHamilton McWhorter III USA U.S. Navy 11
Molland, Leland P.Leland P. Molland USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Nieminen, UrhoUrho Nieminen Finland Finnish Air Force 11
Reber, Jr., James V.James V. Reber, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 11
Riddle, Robert H.Robert H. Riddle USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Rigg, James F.James F. Rigg USA U.S. Navy 11
Runyon, Donald E.Donald E. Runyon USA U.S. Navy 11
Russell, Ian Bedford NesbittIan Bedford Nesbitt Russell Australia Royal Air Force 11
Sapp, Donald H.Donald H. Sapp USA U.S. Marine Corps 11
Shubin, MurrayMurray Shubin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Smith, Jr., CorneliusCornelius Smith, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Sparks, Kenneth C.Kenneth C. Sparks USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Stanbrook, Richard E.Richard E. Stanbrook USA U.S. Navy 11
Starc, AlbinAlbin Starc Croatia Croatian Air Force 11
Törrönen, IlkkaIlkka Törrönen Finland Finnish Air Force 11
Vejtasa, Stanley W.Stanley W. Vejtasa USA U.S. Navy 11
Mitchell, John W.John W. Mitchell USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Richardson, Elmer W.Elmer W. Richardson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
DeLong, Philip C.Philip C. DeLong USA U.S. Marine Corps 11
Norley, Louis H.Louis H. Norley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Megura, NicholasNicholas Megura USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Carr, George R.George R. Carr USA U.S. Navy 11
Conger, Paul A.Paul A. Conger USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Gilbert, Olin E.Olin E. Gilbert USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Snider, William N.William N. Snider USA U.S. Marine Corps 11
Yeager, Charles E. "Chuck"Charles E. "Chuck" Yeager USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Kirla, Jr., John A.John A. Kirla, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Hovde, William J.William J. Hovde USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Halton, William T.William T. Halton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Clark, Jr., James A.James A. Clark, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 11
Burgard, George T.George T. Burgard USA AVG 10.75
O'Conner, Frank Q.Frank Q. O'Conner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10.75
Robert E. Murray USA U.S. Navy 10.4
Elliot, Ralph E.Ralph E. Elliot USA U.S. Navy 10.3
Arthur, WilfredWilfred Arthur Australia Royal Australian Air Force 10
Aschenbrenner, Robert WRobert W Aschenbrenner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Baldwin, Frank B.Frank B. Baldwin USA U.S. Marine Corps 10
Blickenstaff, Wayne K.Wayne K. Blickenstaff USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Brennan, VirgilVirgil Brennan Australia Royal Australian Air Force 10
Broadhead, Joseph E.Joseph E. Broadhead USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Brown, Jr., Carl A.Carl A. Brown, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 10
Coleman, Thaddeus T.Thaddeus T. Coleman USA U.S. Navy 10
Giroux, William K.William K. Giroux USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Goehausen, Jr., Walter J.Walter J. Goehausen, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Harris, Ernest A.Ernest A. Harris USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Karu, VeikkoVeikko Karu Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Kirjonen, MaunoMauno Kirjonen Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Laitinen, AhtiAhti Laitinen Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Lines, Edward E.Edward E. Lines USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Long, Herbert H.Herbert H. Long USA U.S. Marine Corps 10
Mann, Jr., Thomas H.Thomas H. Mann, Jr. USA U.S. Marine Corps 10
Mansker, Joseph L.Joseph L. Mansker USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Mitchell, Harris E.Harris E. Mitchell USA U.S. Navy 10
Parkinson, ColinColin Parkinson Australia Royal Australian Air Force 10
Pasila, MikkoMikko Pasila Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Pisanos, SteveSteve Pisanos Greece Royal Air Force/U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Rankin, Robert J.Robert J. Rankin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Reidy, Thomas H.Thomas H. Reidy USA U.S. Navy 10
Reynolds, Andrew J.Andrew J. Reynolds USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Scott, Jr., Robert L.Robert L. Scott, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Singer, Jr., ArthurArthur Singer, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 10
Smith, John M.John M. Smith USA U.S. Navy 10
Stanch, Paul M.Paul M. Stanch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Summer, ElliotElliot Summer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Swope, James S.James S. Swope USA U.S. Navy 10
Westermark, Robert V.Robert V. Westermark USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Juchheim, Jr., Alwin M.Alwin M. Juchheim, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Glover, Fred W.Fred W. Glover USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Gibbes, BobbyBobby Gibbes Australia Royal Australian Air Force 10
McGarry, William D.William D. McGarry USA AVG 10
Beebe, Marshall U.Marshall U. Beebe USA U.S. Navy 10
Ceulleers, George F.George F. Ceulleers USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Conger, Jack E.Jack E. Conger USA U.S. Marine Corps 10
Erkinheimo, NiiloNiilo Erkinheimo Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Kalima, MarttiMartti Kalima Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Lahtela, KullervoKullervo Lahtela Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Metsola, KaiKai Metsola Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Metsola, KaiKai Metsola Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Newkirk, John V.John V. Newkirk USA AVG 10
Peltola, EinoEino Peltola Finland Finnish Air Force 10
Reiserer, Russell E.Russell E. Reiserer USA U.S. Navy 10
Symmes, John C.John C. Symmes USA U.S. Navy 10
Doersch, George A.George A. Doersch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Storch, John A.John A. Storch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Littge, Raymond H.Raymond H. Littge USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Hovde, William J.William J. Hovde USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Anderson, Jr., Charles F.Charles F. Anderson, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Rector, EdwardEdward Rector USA U.S. Army Air Forces 10
Bassett, Edgar R.Edgar R. Bassett USA U.S. Navy 9
Berree, Norman R.Norman R. Berree USA U.S. Navy 9
Bland, William R.William R. Bland USA U.S. Navy 9
Bowes, RoderickRoderick Bowes Australia Royal Australian Air Force 9
Bright, Mark K.Mark K. Bright USA U.S. Navy 9
Buie, Paul D.Paul D. Buie USA U.S. Navy 9
Carey, Jr., Henry A.Henry A. Carey, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 9
Champlin, Frederick F.Frederick F. Champlin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Chudek, AleksanderAleksander Chudek Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 9
Collins, Jr., William M.William M. Collins, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 9
Cormier, Richard L.Richard L. Cormier USA U.S. Navy 9
Curdes, Louis E.Louis E. Curdes USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Dahl, Perry A.Perry A. Dahl USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
DeBlanc, Jefferson J.Jefferson J. DeBlanc USA U.S. Marine Corps 9
Dunkin, Richard W.Richard W. Dunkin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Eastmond, Richard T.Richard T. Eastmond USA U.S. Navy 9
Emmons, Eugene H.Eugene H. Emmons USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Falkowski, JanJan Falkowski Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 9
Fanning, Grover E.Grover E. Fanning USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Feightner, Edward L.Edward L. Feightner USA U.S. Navy 9
Feld, SylvanSylvan Feld USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Forester, Joseph M.Joseph M. Forester USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Franger, Marvin J.Marvin J. Franger USA U.S. Navy 9
Freeman, Doris C.Doris C. Freeman USA U.S. Navy 9
Haren, Jr., Arthur VanArthur Van Haren, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 9
Harris, Thomas S.Thomas S. Harris USA U.S. Navy 9
Hill, Allen E.Allen E. Hill USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Hurlburt, Frank D.Frank D. Hurlburt USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Kearney, James TimothyJames Timothy Kearney Australia Royal Australian Air Force 9
Kiser, George C.George C. Kiser USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Lesicka, Joseph J.Joseph J. Lesicka USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Magee, Christopher L.Christopher L. Magee USA U.S. Marine Corps 9
Menard, Jr., Louis A.Louis A. Menard, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 9
Merony, Virgil K.Virgil K. Merony USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Morrill, Stanley B.Stanley B. Morrill USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Novotny, George P.George P. Novotny USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Overfield, Lloyd J.Lloyd J. Overfield USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Paris III, Joel B.Joel B. Paris III USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Picken, Harvey P.Harvey P. Picken USA U.S. Navy 9
Redmond, Eugene D.Eugene D. Redmond USA U.S. Navy 9
Rehm, Jr., Daniel R.Daniel R. Rehm, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 9
Roberts, Eugene P.Eugene P. Roberts USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Smith, Meryl M.Meryl M. Smith USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Smith, Robert T.Robert T. Smith USA AVG 9
Stewart, James S.James S. Stewart USA U.S. Navy 9
Stewart, John S.John S. Stewart USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Thomas, Jr., Franklin C.Franklin C. Thomas, Jr. USA U.S. Marine Corps 9
Warmer, Benjamin F.Benjamin F. Warmer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
White, Robert H.Robert H. White USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Wolfe, Judge E.Judge E. Wolfe USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Elder, Robert A.Robert A. Elder USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Gallup, Kenneth W.Kenneth W. Gallup USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Archer, Lee "Buddy"Lee "Buddy" Archer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Bostwick, George E.George E. Bostwick USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Haviland, Jr., Frederick R.Frederick R. Haviland, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Andrew, Stephen W.Stephen W. Andrew USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Reed, William N.William N. Reed USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Overend, Edmund F.Edmund F. Overend USA U.S. Marine Corps 9
Collins, Frank J.Frank J. Collins USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Dalglish, James B.James B. Dalglish USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Rudel, Hans-UlrichHans-Ulrich Rudel Germany Luftwaffe 9
Bond, Charles R.Charles R. Bond USA AVG 9
Coats, Robert C.Robert C. Coats USA U.S. Navy 9
Ferić, MirosławMirosław Ferić Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 9
Szczęsny, HenrykHenryk Szczęsny Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 9
Adams, Fletcher E.Fletcher E. Adams USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Banks, William M.William M. Banks USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Check, Leonard J.Leonard J. Check USA U.S. Navy 9
Coate, EdwardEdward Coate Australia Royal Australian Air Force 9
Gabszewicz, AleksanderAleksander Gabszewicz Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 9
Maciejowski, MichałMichał Maciejowski Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 9
Spencer, Dale F.Dale F. Spencer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Bankey, Jr., Ernest E.Ernest E. Bankey, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Fiebelkorn, Ernest C.Ernest C. Fiebelkorn USA U.S. Army Air Forces 9
Watts, Charles E.Charles E. Watts USA U.S. Navy 8.75
Pietrasiak, AdolfAdolf Pietrasiak Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 8.1
Alison, John R.John R. Alison USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Allen (USAAF), David W.David W. Allen (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Bardshar, Frederick A.Frederick A. Bardshar USA U.S. Navy 8
Barnard, Lloyd G.Lloyd G. Barnard USA U.S. Navy 8
Benz, Jr., Walter G.Walter G. Benz, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Bonneau, William J.William J. Bonneau USA U.S. Navy 8
Booth, Robert J.Robert J. Booth USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Burnett, Jr., Roy O.Roy O. Burnett, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 8
Carroll, Jr., Walter J.Walter J. Carroll, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Case, William N.William N. Case USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Cruikshank, Arthur W.Arthur W. Cruikshank USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Damstrom, Fernley H.Fernley H. Damstrom USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Dobbin, John F.John F. Dobbin USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Doner, Landis E.Landis E. Doner USA U.S. Navy 8
Dorsch, Frederick J.Frederick J. Dorsch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Duke, Walter F.Walter F. Duke USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Evenson, Eric A.Eric A. Evenson USA U.S. Navy 8
Fielder, Jr., Arthur C.Arthur C. Fielder, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Fleming, Francis M.Francis M. Fleming USA U.S. Navy 8
Fowle, James M.James M. Fowle USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Gardner, William A.William A. Gardner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Gerard, Francis R.Francis R. Gerard USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Gile, Clement D.Clement D. Gile USA U.S. Navy 8
Gordon, Mathew M.Mathew M. Gordon USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Griffin, Richard J.Richard J. Griffin USA U.S. Navy 8
Grosshuesch, Leroy V.Leroy V. Grosshuesch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Gutt, Fred E.Fred E. Gutt USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Hadden, Jr., Mayo A.Mayo A. Hadden, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 8
Harris, Frederick A.Frederick A. Harris USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Hart, Kenneth F.Kenneth F. Hart USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Herman (or Hernan), Jr., Edwin J.Edwin J. Herman (or Hernan), Jr. USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Hollowell, George L.George L. Hollowell USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Horne, AngusAngus Horne UK Royal Air Force 8
Ilfrey, Jack E.Jack E. Ilfrey USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Johnson, Byron M.Byron M. Johnson USA U.S. Navy 8
Johnson, John M.John M. Johnson USA U.S. Navy 8
Jones, John L.John L. Jones USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Kunz, Charles M.Charles M. Kunz USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Leonard, William N.William N. Leonard USA U.S. Navy 8
Lewis, William H.William H. Lewis USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Lindsay, Elvin L.Elvin L. Lindsay USA U.S. Navy 8
Maxwell, William R.William R. Maxwell USA U.S. Navy 8
May, Jr., EarlEarl May, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 8
Miller, Johnnie G.Johnnie G. Miller USA U.S. Navy 8
Momyer, William W.William W. Momyer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Mulcahey, Douglas W.Douglas W. Mulcahey USA U.S. Navy 8
Murphy, Alva C.Alva C. Murphy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Narr, Joseph L.Joseph L. Narr USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
O'Neill, John G.John G. O'Neill USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Owen, Edward M.Edward M. Owen USA U.S. Navy 8
Post, Nathan T.Nathan T. Post USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Prater, Jr., Luther D.Luther D. Prater, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 8
Roddy, Edward F.Edward F. Roddy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Rowland, Robert R.Robert R. Rowland USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Sangermano (FO), PhilipPhilip Sangermano (FO) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Schiltz Jr., Glenn D.Glenn D. Schiltz Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Shafer, Dale E.Dale E. Shafer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Shaw, Robert M.Robert M. Shaw USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Shomo, William A.William A. Shomo USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Smith, Robert H.Robert H. Smith USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Stanley, Gordon A.Gordon A. Stanley USA U.S. Navy 8
Stanton, ArlandArland Stanton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Sublett, John L.John L. Sublett USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Tapp, James B.James B. Tapp USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Tovrea, Philip E.Philip E. Tovrea USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Tyler, James O.James O. Tyler USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Vogt, Jr., John W.John W. Vogt, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Wagner, Boyd D. "Buzz"Boyd D. "Buzz" Wagner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Warford, Victor E.Victor E. Warford USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Warner, Arthur T.Arthur T. Warner USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Wilson, Rex KerslakeRex Kerslake Wilson Australia Royal Australian Air Force 8
Winters, Jr., Theodore H.Theodore H. Winters, Jr. USA U.S. Navy 8
Yost, Donald K.Donald K. Yost USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Elder, John L.John L. Elder USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Kinnard, Claiborne H.Claiborne H. Kinnard USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Edens, William C.William C. Edens USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Weaver, Charles E.Charles E. Weaver USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Jackson, Michael J.Michael J. Jackson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Sawyer, Charles W.Charles W. Sawyer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Glenn, Maxwell H.Maxwell H. Glenn USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Collinsworth, J. D.J. D. Collinsworth USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Ainlay, John M.John M. Ainlay USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Gaunt, FrankFrank Gaunt USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Maloney, Thomas E.Thomas E. Maloney USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Scott, David A.David A. Scott USA U.S. Navy 8
Büttner, ErichErich Büttner Germany Luftwaffe 8
Weihs, Hans-DieterHans-Dieter Weihs Germany Luftwaffe 8
Gabriel, Franklin T.Franklin T. Gabriel USA U.S. Navy 8
McMillan, George B.George B. McMillan USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Drummond, John FraserJohn Fraser Drummond UK Royal Air Force 8
Głowacki, AntoniAntoni Głowacki Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 8
Szaposznikow, EugeniuszEugeniusz Szaposznikow Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 8
Howard, James H.James H. Howard USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Banks, John L.John L. Banks USA U.S. Navy 8
Bryan, Jr., William E.William E. Bryan, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Brzeski, StanisławStanisław Brzeski Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 8
Cain, James B.James B. Cain USA U.S. Navy 8
Cesky, Charles J.Charles J. Cesky USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Chenoweth, Oscar I.Oscar I. Chenoweth USA U.S. Navy 8
Chin, ArthurArthur Chin / Chen Ruitian USA Chinese Nationalist Air Force (USA-born volunteer) 8
Foster, Carl C.Carl C. Foster USA U.S. Navy 8
Gray, John F.John F. Gray USA U.S. Navy 8
Hargreaves, Everett G.Everett G. Hargreaves USA U.S. Navy 8
Hayes, Jr., Thomas L.Thomas L. Hayes, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Henneberg, ZdzisławZdzisław Henneberg Poland Polish Air Force 8
Hoefker, John H.John H. Hoefker USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Johnson, Arthur G.Arthur G. Johnson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Król, WacławWacław Król Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 8
Lawlor, Frank L.Frank L. Lawlor USA AVG 8
Loesch, Gregory K.Gregory K. Loesch USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
McDowell, DonaldDonald McDowell USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
McGrattan, Bernard J.Bernard J. McGrattan USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Moats, Sanford K.Sanford K. Moats USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Morgan, Jr., John L.John L. Morgan, Jr. USA U.S. Marine Corps 8
Pigman, George W.George W. Pigman USA U.S. Navy 8
Plant, Claude W.Claude W. Plant USA U.S. Navy 8
Schlegel, Albert L.Albert L. Schlegel USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Self, Larry R.Larry R. Self USA U.S. Navy 8
Jenkins, Otto D.Otto D. Jenkins USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Cutler, Frank A.Frank A. Cutler USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Luksic, Carl J.Carl J. Luksic USA U.S. Army Air Forces 8
Lang, Joseph L.Joseph L. Lang USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7.83
Agazarian, Noel le ChevalierNoel le Chevalier Agazarian UK Royal Air Force 7
Bełc, MarianMarian Bełc Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 7
Chui-Kang, LiuLiu Chui-Kang / Liu Cuigang China Chinese Nationalist Air Force 7
Dibb, Robert A.Robert A. Dibb USA U.S. Navy 7
Doglio, Furio NiclotFurio Niclot Doglio Italy Regia Aeronautica 7
Drobiński, BolesławBolesław Drobiński Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 7
Godefroy, Hugh C.Hugh C. Godefroy Netherlands/Canada Royal Air Force/RCAF 7
Karubin, StanisławStanisław Karubin Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 7
O'Hare, Edward "Butch"Edward "Butch" O'Hare USA U.S. Navy 7
Pierce, Sammy A.Sammy A. Pierce USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Shipman, ErnestErnest Shipman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Woods, Sydney S.Sydney S. Woods USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Woody, Robert E.Robert E. Woody USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Marshall, Jr., Bert W.Bert W. Marshall, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Graham, Gordon M.Gordon M. Graham USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
William Anderson Sweden U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Ambs, AlfredAlfred Ambs Germany Luftwaffe 7
Becker, Karl-HeinzKarl-Heinz Becker Germany Luftwaffe 7
Köster, FranzFranz Köster Germany Luftwaffe 7
Prues, WalterWalter Prues Germany Luftwaffe 7
Stewart, Everett W.Everett W. Stewart USA U.S. Army Air Forces 7
Burriss, Howard M.Howard M. Burriss USA U.S. Navy 7
Dahms, Kenneth J.Kenneth J. Dahms USA U.S. Navy 7
Jeka, JózefJózef Jeka Poland Polish Air Forces/Royal Air Force 7
Pietrzak, HenrykHenryk Pietrzak Poland Polish Air Forces/Royal Air Force 7
Pniak, KarolKarol Pniak Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 6.75
Stapleton, Basil Gerald "Stapme"Basil Gerald "Stapme" Stapleton South Africa Royal Air Force 6.66
Brown, Harry W.Harry W. Brown USA U.S. Army Air Forces 6
Hagerstrom, James P.James P. Hagerstrom USA U.S. Army Air Forces 6
Janus, StefanStefan Janus Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 6
Mollard, Jr., Norman W.Norman W. Mollard, Jr.[5] USA U.S. Navy 6
Paszkiewicz, LudwikLudwik Paszkiewicz Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 6
Yi-Chin, LeLe Yi-Chin / Le Yiqin China Chinese Nationalist Air Force 6
Olson, Norman E.Norman E. Olson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 6
Haviland, Jr., Fred R.Fred R. Haviland, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 6
Whalen, William E.William E. Whalen USA U.S. Army Air Forces 6
Bille, Henry S.Henry S. Bille USA U.S. Army Air Forces 6
Foskett, RussellRussell Foskett Australia Royal Australian Air Force 6
Sakai, SaburōSaburō Sakai Japan Imperial Japanese Navy 6
Abernathy, Robert W.Robert W. Abernathy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Adair, Oliver L.Oliver L. Adair USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Adams (USAAF), Robert H.Robert H. Adams (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Agnew, John W.John W. Agnew USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Allen (USAAF), William H.William H. Allen (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Alley Jr, Stuart C.Stuart C. Alley Jr USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Ambort, Ernest J.Ernest J. Ambort USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Amsden, Benjamin C.Benjamin C. Amsden USA U.S. Navy 5
Anderson (USAAF), Richard H.Richard H. Anderson (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Anderson, Leslie E.Leslie E. Anderson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Arasmith, Lester L.Lester L. Arasmith USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Aron, William E.William E. Aron USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Asbury, Richard W.Richard W. Asbury USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Aust, Abner M.Abner M. Aust USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Axtell, Eugene D.Eugene D. Axtell USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Baccus, Donald A.Donald A. Baccus USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bade, Jack A.Jack A. Bade USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bailey, Oscar C.Oscar C. Bailey USA U.S. Navy 5
Baird, Raphael F.Raphael F. Baird USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Balch, Donald L.Donald L. Balch USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Baldwin, Robert P.Robert P. Baldwin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bank, Raymond W.Raymond W. Bank USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Barackman, Bruce M.Bruce M. Barackman USA U.S. Navy 5
Barber, Rex T.Rex T. Barber USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Barkey, Robert M.Robert M. Barkey USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Barnes, Truman S.Truman S. Barnes USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bearden, Aaron L.Aaron L. Bearden USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Beavers Jr, Edward H.Edward H. Beavers Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Benne, LouisLouis Benne USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Berkheimer, Jack S.Jack S. Berkheimer USA U.S. Navy 5
Bertelson, Richard L.Richard L. Bertelson USA U.S. Navy 5
Billo, James D.James D. Billo USA U.S. Navy 5
Bishop, Lewis S.Lewis S. Bishop USA AVG 5
Bishop, Walter D.Walter D. Bishop USA U.S. Navy 5
Blair, Foster J.Foster J. Blair USA U.S. Navy 5
Blair, William K.William K. Blair USA U.S. Navy 5
Blaydes, Richard B.Richard B. Blaydes USA U.S. Navy 5
Bocquin, Victor E.Victor E. Bocquin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bolyard, John W.John W. Bolyard USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bonebrake, Robert R.Robert R. Bonebrake USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bonner Jr, Robert R.Robert R. Bonner Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bordelon, Guy P.Guy P. Bordelon USA U.S. Navy 5
Borley, Clarence A.Clarence A. Borley USA U.S. Navy 5
Bostrom, Ernest O.Ernest O. Bostrom USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bowen, Wilbur L.Wilbur L. Bowen USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bowker, Fred E.Fred E. Bowker USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bradley, John L.John L. Bradley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Braun, Richard L.Richard L. Braun USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Brown, Gerald A.Gerald A. Brown USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Brown, Jasper R.Jasper R. Brown USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Bruneau, Paul J.Paul J. Bruneau USA U.S. Navy 5
Buchanan, Robert L.Robert L. Buchanan USA U.S. Navy 5
Burns, Robert G.Robert G. Burns USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Byrnes, Robert L.Robert L. Byrnes USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Carder, John B.John B. Carder USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Carlton, William A.William A. Carlton USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Castle, Nial K.Nial K. Castle USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Champion, Henry K.Henry K. Champion USA U.S. Navy 5
Chandler, George T.George T. Chandler USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cielinski, Joseph J.Joseph J. Cielinski USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cleaveland, Arthur B.Arthur B. Cleaveland USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Clements, Donald C.Donald C. Clements USA U.S. Navy 5
Clements, Robert E.Robert E. Clements USA U.S. Navy 5
Clinger, Dallas A.Dallas A. Clinger USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cloud, Vivian A.Vivian A. Cloud USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cochran, Paul R.Paul R. Cochran USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Collins, William F.William F. Collins USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Comstock, Harold E.Harold E. Comstock USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Condon, Harry L.Harry L. Condon USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Coons, Merle M.Merle M. Coons USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cornell, Leland B.Leland B. Cornell USA U.S. Navy 5
Cox, Ralph L.Ralph L. Cox USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cranfill, Niven K.Niven K. Cranfill USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Crombie, William F.William F. Crombie USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cross, John O.John O. Cross USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Culbertson, Omer W.Omer W. Culbertson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cundy, Arthur C.Arthur C. Cundy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Curton, Warren D.Warren D. Curton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Dahl, RoaldRoald Dahl UK Royal Air Force 5
Daniel, William A.William A. Daniel USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Davies, Clarence E.Clarence E. Davies USA U.S. Navy 5
Davis, Leonard K.Leonard K. Davis USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Dawkins Jr, George E.George E. Dawkins Jr USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Day Jr, William C.William C. Day Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Deakins, Richard S.Richard S. Deakins USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Della, GeorgeGeorge Della USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Denoff, Reuben H.Reuben H. Denoff USA U.S. Navy 5
Dick, Frederick E.Frederick E. Dick USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Dikovitsky, MichaelMichael Dikovitsky USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Dorris, Harry W.Harry W. Dorris USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Doyle, Cecil J.Cecil J. Doyle USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Drake, Charles W.Charles W. Drake USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Driscoll, Daniel B.Daniel B. Driscoll USA U.S. Navy 5
Driscoll, WillieWillie Driscoll USA U.S. Navy 5
Dubisher, Francis E.Francis E. Dubisher USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Dubois, Charles H.Charles H. Dubois USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Duffy (USN), James E.James E. Duffy (USN) USA U.S. Navy 5
Duffy, Richard E.Richard E. Duffy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Egen Jr, Joseph L.Joseph L. Egen Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Elwood, Hugh M.Hugh M. Elwood USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Empey, James W.James W. Empey USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Erickson, Lyle A.Lyle A. Erickson USA U.S. Navy 5
Ernst, Herman E.Herman E. Ernst USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Farmer, Charles D.Charles D. Farmer USA U.S. Navy 5
Farnsworth Jr, Robert A.Robert A. Farnsworth Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Farrell (USMC), WilliamWilliam Farrell (USMC) USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Faxon, Richard D.Richard D. Faxon USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Felts, Marion C.Marion C. Felts USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Fenex Jr, James E.James E. Fenex Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Fiedler (USAAF), WilliamWilliam Fiedler (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Fields Jr, Virgil C.Virgil C. Fields Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Finn, Howard J.Howard J. Finn USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Fischette, Charles R.Charles R. Fischette USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Fisk, Harry E.Harry E. Fisk USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Flack Jr, Nelson D.Nelson D. Flack Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Flinn, Kenneth A.Kenneth A. Flinn USA U.S. Navy 5
Foltz, Ralph E.Ralph E. Foltz USA U.S. Navy 5
Fontana, Paul J.Paul J. Fontana USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Ford, Claude E.Claude E. Ford USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Ford, Kenneth M.Kenneth M. Ford USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Formanek Jr, GeorgeGeorge Formanek Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Galt, Dwight B.Dwight B. Galt USA U.S. Navy 5
Gardner, Warner F.Warner F. Gardner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Gayler, NoelNoel Gayler USA U.S. Navy 5
Gerick, Steven N.Steven N. Gerick USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Ghelson, Grover D.Grover D. Ghelson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Gibb, Robert D.Robert D. Gibb USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Gladen, Cyrus R.Cyrus R. Gladen USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Godson, Lindley W.Lindley W. Godson USA U.S. Navy 5
Gould, Norman D.Norman D. Gould USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Graham, Robert F.Robert F. Graham USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Graham, Vernon E.Vernon E. Graham USA U.S. Navy 5
Gregory, Hayden A.Hayden A. Gregory USA U.S. Navy 5
Griffith, Robert C.Robert C. Griffith USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Grosvenor Jr, WilliamWilliam Grosvenor Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Gupton, Cheatham W.Cheatham W. Gupton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hacking, Albert E.Albert E. Hacking USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Hammer, Samuel E.Samuel E. Hammer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hanna, Harry T.Harry T. Hanna USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hansenman, Christopher J.Christopher J. Hansenman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Harman, Walter R.Walter R. Harman USA U.S. Navy 5
Harris (USAAF), Thomas L.Thomas L. Harris (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hartley, Raymond E.Raymond E. Hartley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hatch, Herbert B.Herbert B. Hatch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hauver, Charles D.Charles D. Hauver USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Haworth, Russell C.Russell C. Haworth USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hayde, Frank R.Frank R. Hayde USA U.S. Navy 5
Hearrell, Frank C.Frank C. Hearrell USA U.S. Navy 5
Held Jr, Charles F.Charles F. Held Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Henderson Jr, Paul M.Paul M. Henderson Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Hendricks, Randall W.Randall W. Hendricks USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hill, James E.James E. Hill USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hillman, Donald E.Donald E. Hillman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hippe, Kenneth G.Kenneth G. Hippe USA U.S. Navy 5
Hiro, Edwin M.Edwin M. Hiro USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hnatio, Myron M.Myron M. Hnatio USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hoag, John B.John B. Hoag USA U.S. Navy 5
Hodges, William R.William R. Hodges USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hoffman, Cullen J.Cullen J. Hoffman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hoffman, LouisLouis Hoffman USA AVG 5
Houck, Herbert N.Herbert N. Houck USA U.S. Navy 5
Hoyt, Edward R.Edward R. Hoyt USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hubbard, Mark E.Mark E. Hubbard USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hudson, Howard R.Howard R. Hudson USA U.S. Navy 5
Hunter, Alvaro J.Alvaro J. Hunter USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Icard, Joseph W.Joseph W. Icard USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Ireland, Julius W.Julius W. Ireland USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Isaacson, Clayton M.Clayton M. Isaacson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Jensen, Hayden M.Hayden M. Jensen USA U.S. Navy 5
Johnson, Evan M.Evan M. Johnson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Johnson, Wallace R.Wallace R. Johnson USA U.S. Navy 5
Jones, Curran L.Curran L. Jones USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Jones, Lynn F.Lynn F. Jones USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Jones, Warren L.Warren L. Jones USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Jorda, Joseph W.Joseph W. Jorda USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Julian, William M.William M. Julian USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kendrick, CharlesCharles Kendrick USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Kennedy, DanielDaniel Kennedy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kidwell, Robert H.Robert H. Kidwell USA U.S. Navy 5
Kimball, Melvin B.Melvin B. Kimball USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kincaid, John R.John R. Kincaid USA U.S. Navy 5
King (USAAF), Charles W.Charles W. King (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
King, David L.David L. King USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kirby, Marion F.Marion F. Kirby USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kirkland, Lenton F.Lenton F. Kirkland USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Knapp, Robert H.Robert H. Knapp USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Knott, Carroll S.Carroll S. Knott USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kopsel, Edward H.Edward H. Kopsel USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Kostic, William J.William J. Kostic USA U.S. Navy 5
Laird, Wayne W.Wayne W. Laird USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Lamoreaux, William E.William E. Lamoreaux USA U.S. Navy 5
Lampe, Richard C.Richard C. Lampe USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Laney, WillisWillis Laney USA U.S. Navy 5
Langdon, Ned W.Ned W. Langdon USA U.S. Navy 5
Lanphier, Thomas G.Thomas G. Lanphier USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lathrope, Franklin C.Franklin C. Lathrope USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Laughlin, Charles H.Charles H. Laughlin USA AVG 5
Laven, GeorgeGeorge Laven USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lazear, Earl R.Earl R. Lazear USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lee, Harold K.Harold K. Lee USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lee, Richard J.Richard J. Lee USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Leikness, Marlow J.Marlow J. Leikness USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lenfest, Charles W.Charles W. Lenfest USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lenox Jr, JackJack Lenox Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Leppla, John A.John A. Leppla USA U.S. Navy 5
Lewelling, Alfred B.Alfred B. Lewelling USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lillie, Hugh D.Hugh D. Lillie USA U.S. Navy 5
London, Charles P.Charles P. London USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lopez, DonaldDonald Lopez USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Loving, Jr., George G.George G. Loving, Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Luma, John F.John F. Luma USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lutton, Lowell C.Lowell C. Lutton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mackay, John A.John A. Mackay USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
MacMinn, Evan D.Evan D. MacMinn USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Magoffin, Morton D.Morton D. Magoffin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mahon, KeithKeith Mahon USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mankin, Jackson C.Jackson C. Mankin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mankin, Lee P.Lee P. Mankin USA U.S. Navy 5
March Jr, Harry A.Harry A. March Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Marsh, Lester C.Lester C. Marsh USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Martin Jr, Albert E.Albert E. Martin Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Martin, Kenneth R.Kenneth R. Martin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mason, Joseph L.Joseph L. Mason USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mathis, William H.William H. Mathis USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Matte, Joseph Z.Joseph Z. Matte USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Maxwell, Chester K.Chester K. Maxwell USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Mayo, Benjamin I.Benjamin I. Mayo USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McArthur, Paul G.Paul G. McArthur USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McCartney Jr, Henry A.Henry A. McCartney Jr USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
McCudden, Leo B.Leo B. McCudden USA U.S. Navy 5
McDownough, William F.William F. McDownough USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McGinn, John L.John L. McGinn USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McGinty, Selva E.Selva E. McGinty USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
McGuffin, Samuel E.Samuel E. McGuffin USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McGuyrt, John W.John W. McGuyrt USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McKinley, Donald J.Donald J. McKinley USA U.S. Navy 5
McMillan, George.George. McMillan USA AVG 5
McPherson, Donald M.Donald M. McPherson USA U.S. Navy 5
Michaelis, Frederick H.Frederick H. Michaelis USA U.S. Navy 5
Miller, EverettEverett Miller USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Miller, Joseph E.Joseph E. Miller USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Milliken, Robert C.Robert C. Milliken USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Milton, CharlesCharles Milton USA U.S. Navy 5
Mitralexis, MarinosMarinos Mitralexis Greece Greek Air Force 5
Mollenhauer, Arthur P.Arthur P. Mollenhauer USA U.S. Navy 5
Monk, Franklin H.Franklin H. Monk USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Moore, Robert H.Robert H. Moore USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Morriss, Paul V.Paul V. Morriss USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Munson, Arthur H.Arthur H. Munson USA U.S. Navy 5
Myers, Jennings S.Jennings S. Myers USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Myshrall, Joseph R.Joseph R. Myshrall USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Nelson, Leslie D.Leslie D. Nelson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Nelson, Robert J.Robert J. Nelson USA U.S. Navy 5
Nichols, Franklin A.Franklin A. Nichols USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Nollmeyer, Edward M.Edward M. Nollmeyer USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Novak, Marvin R.Marvin R. Novak USA U.S. Navy 5
Oberhansky, Jack G.Jack G. Oberhansky USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
O'Brien Jr, FrankFrank O'Brien Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Olander, Edwin L.Edwin L. Olander USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Olsen, Austin L.Austin L. Olsen USA U.S. Navy 5
O'Neill Jr, Eugene W.Eugene W. O'Neill Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
O'Neill, Lawrence F.Lawrence F. O'Neill USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Osher, Ernest K.Ernest K. Osher USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Overcash, Robert J.Robert J. Overcash USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Overton Jr, Edward W.Edward W. Overton Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Owens, Joel A.Joel A. Owens USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Paisley, Melvyn R.Melvyn R. Paisley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Parham, Forrest F.Forrest F. Parham USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Paulk, EdselEdsel Paulk USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Perdomo, Oscar F.Oscar F. Perdomo USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Philips III, David P.David P. Philips III USA U.S. Navy 5
Phillips, Edward A.Edward A. Phillips USA U.S. Navy 5
Phillips, HydeHyde Phillips USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Pool, Kenneth R.Kenneth R. Pool USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Popek, Edward S.Edward S. Popek USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Porter, Robert B.Robert B. Porter USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Poske, George H.George H. Poske USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Powell, Ernest A.Ernest A. Powell USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Powers, MacArthurMacArthur Powers USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Price, Jack C.Jack C. Price USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Priest, Royce W.Royce W. Priest USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Pryor, Roger C.Roger C. Pryor USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Quigley, Donald L.Donald L. Quigley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Ramlo, Orvin H.Orvin H. Ramlo USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Reese, WIlliam C.WIlliam C. Reese USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Reulet, Joseph E.Joseph E. Reulet USA U.S. Navy 5
Rhodes, Thomas W.Thomas W. Rhodes USA U.S. Navy 5
Rieger, Vincent A.Vincent A. Rieger USA U.S. Navy 5
Ritchey, AndrewAndrew Ritchey USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Roberts, Newell O.Newell O. Roberts USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Robinson, Leroy W.Leroy W. Robinson USA U.S. Navy 5
Robinson, Ross F.Ross F. Robinson USA U.S. Navy 5
Rose, FranklinFranklin Rose USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Rounds, Gerald L.Gerald L. Rounds USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Rudolph, Henry S.Henry S. Rudolph USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Rynne, William A.William A. Rynne USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Scarborough, Hartwell V.Hartwell V. Scarborough USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Schank, Thomas D.Thomas D. Schank USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Schecter, Gordon E.Gordon E. Schecter USA U.S. Navy 5
Schell, John L.John L. Schell USA U.S. Navy 5
Scherer, RaymondRaymond Scherer USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Schilke, James F.James F. Schilke USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Schriber, LouisLouis Schriber USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Schuh, Duerr H.Duerr H. Schuh USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Schultz, Robert B.Robert B. Schultz USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sealey, Harry H.Harry H. Sealey USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sears, Alexander F.Alexander F. Sears USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
See, Robert B.Robert B. See USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Seidman, Robert K.Robert K. Seidman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Shields, Charles A.Charles A. Shields USA U.S. Navy 5
Sipes, Lester H.Lester H. Sipes USA U.S. Navy 5
Sistrunk, FrankFrank Sistrunk USA U.S. Navy 5
Smith (USAAF), Kenneth B.Kenneth B. Smith (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Smith, Jack R.Jack R. Smith USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Smith, Kenneth D.Kenneth D. Smith USA U.S. Navy 5
Smith, Virgil H.Virgil H. Smith USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sonner Jr, Irl V.Irl V. Sonner Jr USA U.S. Navy 5
Southerland, James J.James J. Southerland USA U.S. Navy 5
Spitler, Clyde P.Clyde P. Spitler USA U.S. Navy 5
Spurgin, ArthurArthur Spurgin Australia Royal Australian Air Force 5
Stangel, William J.William J. Stangel USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Stanley, Morris A.Morris A. Stanley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Stebbins, Edgar E.Edgar E. Stebbins USA U.S. Navy 5
Stefanski, Edward J.Edward J. Stefanski USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Stehle, Raymond D.Raymond D. Stehle USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Stone, Carl V.Carl V. Stone USA U.S. Navy 5
Stoyanov, StoyanStoyan Stoyanov Bulgaria Royal Bulgarian Air Force 5
Strange, Johnnie C.Johnnie C. Strange USA U.S. Navy 5
Suehr, Richard C.Richard C. Suehr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sullivan, Charles P.Charles P. Sullivan USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sutcliffe, Robert C.Robert C. Sutcliffe USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sutherland, John F.John F. Sutherland USA U.S. Navy 5
Swinburne Jr., John F.John F. Swinburne Jr. USA U.S. Navy 5
Synar, StanleyStanley Synar USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Taylor (USN), William W.William W. Taylor (USN) USA U.S. Navy 5
Taylor, Oliver B.Oliver B. Taylor USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Thompson, Robert D.Robert D. Thompson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Tilley, John A.John A. Tilley USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Tilli, PenttiPentti Tilli Finland Finnish Air Force 5
Toaspern, Edward W.Edward W. Toaspern USA U.S. Navy 5
Topliff, John W.John W. Topliff USA U.S. Navy 5
Tordoff, Harrison B.Harrison B. Tordoff USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Torkelson, Ross E.Ross E. Torkelson USA U.S. Navy 5
Townsend, Eugene P.Eugene P. Townsend USA U.S. Navy 5
Troxell, Clifton H.Clifton H. Troxell USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Van Der Linden, Peter J.Peter J. Van Der Linden USA U.S. Navy 5
Van Dyke, Rudolph D.Rudolph D. Van Dyke USA U.S. Navy 5
Vaught Jr., Robert H.Robert H. Vaught Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Vogt, John E.John E. Vogt USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Walker Jr., Walter B.Walter B. Walker Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Ward, Lyttleton T.Lyttleton T. Ward USA U.S. Navy 5
Warren, Jack R.Jack R. Warren USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Watson, Ralph J.Ralph J. Watson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Webb, Willard J.Willard J. Webb USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Weissenberger, Gregory J.Gregory J. Weissenberger USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Welch, Darrell G.Darrell G. Welch USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Welles, Albert P.Albert P. Welles USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
West, Robert G.Robert G. West USA U.S. Navy 5
Wheatherford, Sidney W.Sidney W. Wheatherford USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
White (USAAF), John H.John H. White (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
White, Harry S.Harry S. White USA U.S. Navy 5
Wilhelm, David C.David C. Wilhelm USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Wilkins, Paul H.Paul H. Wilkins USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Williams, Russell D.Russell D. Williams USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Wilson, William F.William F. Wilson USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Winston, Robert A.Robert A. Winston USA U.S. Navy 5
Wire, Ralph L.Ralph L. Wire USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Wiseman, Lee V.Lee V. Wiseman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Wolford, John L.John L. Wolford USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Wrenn, George L.George L. Wrenn USA U.S. Navy 5
Wright, Max J.Max J. Wright USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Yaeger Jr., Robert R.Robert R. Yaeger Jr. USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
York, Robert M.Robert M. York USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Yunck, Michael R.Michael R. Yunck USA U.S. Marine Corps 5
Koraleski, Walter J.Walter J. Koraleski USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Little, James W.James W. Little USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Chandler, Van E.Van E. Chandler USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Colman, Philip E.Philip E. Colman USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Sykes, William J.William J. Sykes USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Jones, Frank C.Frank C. Jones USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
McElroy, James N.James N. McElroy USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Merritt Jr, George L.George L. Merritt Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Baumler, AlbertAlbert Baumler USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Jernstedt, Kenneth A.Kenneth A. Jernstedt USA AVG 5
Waggoner, Horace Q.Horace Q. Waggoner USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Ammon, Robert H.Robert H. Ammon USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Hillary, Richard HopeRichard Hope Hillary Australia Royal Air Force 5
Myers, Raymond B.Raymond B. Myers USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Raines, Robert J.Robert J. Raines USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Petach, JohnJohn Petach USA AVG 5
Schreiber, AlfredAlfred Schreiber Germany Luftwaffe 5
Smith (USAAF), Paul A.Paul A. Smith (USAAF) USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Tierney, Robert E.Robert E. Tierney USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Heim, JosephJoseph Heim Germany Luftwaffe 5
Gregory, Hayden A. "Buck"Hayden A. "Buck" Gregory USA U.S. Navy 5
Wynn, Vasseure F.Vasseure F. Wynn USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Liles, Brooks J.Brooks J. Liles USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Duffy, Jr, James E.James E. Duffy, Jr USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Fortier, Norman J.Norman J. Fortier USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Cundy, WilliamWilliam Cundy Australia Royal Australian Air Force 5
Rutkowski, KazimierzKazimierz Rutkowski Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 5
Stark, LaurenceLaurence Stark UK Royal Air Force 5
Witorzeńć, StefanStefan Witorzeńć Poland Polish Air Force/Royal Air Force 5
Minchew, Leslie D.Leslie D. Minchew USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Compton, Gordon B.Gordon B. Compton USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Lenfest, Charles W.Charles W. Lenfest USA U.S. Army Air Forces 5
Laird, Dean (Diz) S.Dean (Diz) S. Laird USA U.S. Navy 5