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Imperial Russian Air Service (Императорскый Военно-Воздушный Флот)
NAME                         VICTORIES  UNITS               PLACE OF BIRTH

Suk, Grigorij Eduardovič        10      9 KAO               Lithuania

Comments:
  1. KAO - korpusnoj aviaotrjad, Corps Air Sqd
  2. Grigorij Eduardovič Suk was son of Russian and Czech parents. He achieved nine confirmed victories and one unconfirmed victory. According to some sources he was credited with seven victories (Kulikov, Viktor P. - Šedivý, Miloš: Se soudruhy v ráji, in Aero Plastic Kits Revue, No. 55/1996, No. 56/1996, No. 57/1997, No. 58/1997).
Suk
Grigorij Eduardovič Suk
10 victories
(9 confirmed + 1 unconfirmed)
Suk
Grigorij Eduardovič Suk, 1917

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Sources & Literature
  1. Blume, August G.: The Russian Military Air Fleet in World War I: Volume II: Victories, Losses, St. George Awards, Romanian and French Awards, Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 2010.
  2. Бодрихин, Николай Георгиевич: Величайшие воздушные асы XX века, Серия: Война и мы, Издательство: Эксмо, Яуза, 2011. ISBN 978-5-699-50391-9
  3. Červenka, Juraj: Habsburští orli 1. Rakousko-uherské letectvo, jeho esa a protivníci v letech 1914–1918, Mgr. František Kuník – Ceskycestovatel.cz, Praha 2015. ISBN: 978-80-87657-10-2
  4. Дымич, Валерий - Куликов, Виктор: Григорий Сук, in История Авиации, № 1, 2000.
  5. Franks, Norman: Nieuport Aces of World War 1, Aircraft of the Aces 33, Osprey Publishing, April 25 2000.
  6. Franks, Norman - Guest, Russell - Alegi, Gregory: Above The War Fronts, A Complete Record of The British Two-Seater Bomber Pilot And Observer Aces, The British Two-Seater Fighter Observer Aces, And The Belgian, Italian, Austro-Hungarian And Russian Fighter Aces 1914-1918, Grub Street, London 1997.
  7. Kulikov, Victor: Russian Aces of World War 1, Aircraft of the Aces 111, Osprey Publishing, April 2013.
  8. Куликов, Виктор - Хайрулин, Марат: Российские летчики-истребители Первой мировой войны, Серия: Великая война, Фонд содействия авиации "Русские витязи", 2014. ISBN 978-5-904180-81-2
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  10. Vašíček Radko: Kdo sestřelil Jana Odešlo 14. října 1917, in Historie a plastikové modelářství, No.5, 1999.
  11. Абрамов, Александр: Красные соколы, Лучшие Асы России, 1914 - 1953 гг., http://airaces.narod.ru/
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  14. Grigoriy Suk, WikipediA, The Free Eencyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grigoriy_Suk.
  15. Ivan Loiko, WikipediA, The Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Loiko.
  16. The Aerodrome, http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/
  17. The Aces of WW1, http://www.wwiaviation.com/aces/aces.html.
  18. Vladimir Strzhizhevsky, WikipediA, The Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Strzhizhevsky.

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