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Old 12th October 2023, 09:02
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Good morning Gentlemen,

4 is an unlucky number in competitions. In sports the fourth-ranking athlete is the first who doesn't receive a medal and in airwar a score of 4 is one short of acedom and glory. I gathered some rather notable WW2 airmen with a final score of 4:
  • Stoyan Stoyanov and Chudomir Toplodolski, 3,33 each, Bulgarian top-scorers
  • Edouard Corniglion-Molinier, 2,31+2 in WW1, scorer in both World Wars
  • Cyril Talalla, 3,83, from Malaya
  • Gerben Soderman, 4, Fokker G.I top scorer
  • Jerzy Czerniak, 3,33 and Tadeusz Czerwinski 4, scorers in the Caudron C.714
  • Cristu Cristu, 4+4sh, Romanian PZL pilot but decimals of shares unknown to me
  • Lee Archer, 4,5 or 4, and Edward Toppins, 4, Tuskegee airmen

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