Douglas Campbell, America’s first official ace died in Greenwich, Connecticut on this date in 1990 at the age of 94. He was the first American from an American trained unit to achieve the lofty status of ace. Flying with the famous 94th Aero Squadron, also known as the ‘Hat in the Ring’ gang, Campbell flew with […]
Today in Aviation History: 1990 Douglas Campbell America’s First Ace Dies at 94
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