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Best British flying ace of World War II, James 'Johnny' Johnson (James Edgar Johnson, 1915 - 2001) with a Labrador named Sally. In the background Spitfire fighter Mk.IX (Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX).

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Albert Ball, decorated British flying ace during World War I. Died at the age of 20 while pursuing the brother of the infamous (and also dashing) Red Baron through a cloudbank. Submitted by agreeablecar

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World War One realities pictured: 30 emotive images

Captain Albert Ball VC of the Royal Flying Corps - when he died in May 1917, aged just 20, he was the UK's top airman with 44 victories

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