Eddie Rickenbacker


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Noun1.Eddie Rickenbacker - the most decorated United States combat pilot in World War I (1890-1973)Eddie Rickenbacker - the most decorated United States combat pilot in World War I (1890-1973)
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Eddie Rickenbacker in number of aerial victories with 18.
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Hampton writes of the Lafayette Escadrille in the Great War and brings to life such icons as Manfred von Richthofen, Eddie Rickenbacker, Roland Garros, and Albert Ball, and others.
Eddie Rickenbacker was America's most successful fighter ace in the war, with 26 aerial victories.
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The last of the original owners was replaced in 1927 by America's ace of aces from World War I, Captain Eddie Rickenbacker.
Famous pilots and WWI fighter aces such as Eddie Rickenbacker, Ernst Udet, and Edward "Mick" Mannock visited the Olds home frequently when Robin was a boy.
During which war was Eddie Rickenbacker a fighter pilot?
Famed drivers of the era competed there, including Wetmore's friend Eddie Rickenbacker, later a renowned World War I flying ace.
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