Sergent Paul Joannes Sauvage was a World War I flying ace credited with eight confirmed and six unconfirmed aerial victories. He was originally posted to fly a Nieuport for Escadrille 65, and scored his first victory with them on 16 July 1916. He became the youngest French ace on 2 October, and held that distinction until his death by anti-aircraft fire on 7 January 1917.
Leutnant Otto Kissenberth Otto Kissenberth (26 February 1893 – 2 August 1919) was a German flying ace of World War I credited with 20 aerial victories. He was a prewar mechanical engineer who joined the German air service in 1914. He would run his victory tally to 20, downing his final victim using a captured British Sopwith Camel on 20 May 1918. Although Otto Kissenberth survived the war, he died soon after in a mountaineering accident on 2 August 1919.
Sous Lieutenant Rene Pierre Marie Dorme (30 January 1894 - 25 May 1917), Legion dHonneur, Medaille Militaire, Croix de Guerre was a French World War I fighter ace credited with 23 victories. Rene Dorme served as an artilleryman in North Africa before becoming a pilot. He was injured in a crash before he saw action. He did not get into combat until March 1916. He was posted to N3 to fly Nieuport fighters in June 1917. He was officially noted as having at least 43 probable victories.
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Leutnant Otto Parschau (11 November 1890 - 21 July 1916) was a German World War I Flying Ace and recipient of the Pour le Mérite, Royal House Order of Hohenzollern, and Iron Cross, First Class. He was noted as one of the pre-eminent aces on the Fokker Eindecker.