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Imperial Russian Air Service / Императорскый Военно-Воздушный Флот

NAME                            VICTORIES           UNIT               COMMENTS

Mrockowski, Antoni E.               9    (+1 PSW)   24 KAO             1.
Makejonok, Donat Adamovič           9               7 IO               2.
Komorowski, Wiktor                  6                                  3.
Grochowalski, Tadeusz               5               7 IO               4.

Bołsunowski, Feliks                 -
Brygiewicz, Stefan                  -  
Mancewicz, Antoni                   -                                  5.
Pawlikowski, Stefan                 -                                  6.
Wermiński, Romuald                  - 
Comments:
  1. Antoni E. Mrockowski (Antoni E. Mročkovskij) is sometimes credited with five victories (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, 1997) or nine victories (Skulski, Przemyslaw - Sankowski, Wojciech: Asy Wojny 1914-1918, Ace Publication 1994).
  2. 8 confirmed and 1 unconfirmed victories.
  3. Wiktor Komorowski (Viktor Kromorovkij) is sometimes credited with five victories (Franks, Norman - Guest Russell - Alegi, Gregory: c.d.) or six victories (Skulski, Przemyslaw - Sankowski, Wojciech: c.d.).
  4. Only one seems to be confirmed (Franks, Norman - Guest Russell - Alegi, Gregory: c.d.).
  5. Antoni Mancewicz achieved one victory when he was flying with Aeronautique Militaire Francaise.
  6. Stefan Pawlikowski is credited with one victory during World War I (flying with Aeronautique Militaire Francaise) and other three victories during Polish-Soviet War 1919-1920.
KAO: Korpusnyj Aviaotrjad (Corps Air Squadron).
IO: Istrebitělnyj Aviaotrjad (Fighter Air Squadron).
PSW: Polish-Soviet War 1919-1920.

Donat Adamovič Makejonok
Donat Adamovič Makejonok
8 confirmed victories,
1 unconfirmed victory.

Nieuport 17
Nieuport 17, 7 IAO, autumn 1917.

Nieuport 23
Nieuport 23, pilot Tadeusz Grochowalski, 7 Istrebitělnyj Aviaotrjad, autumn 1917.

Victories of the Airmen of Polish Origin During World War I  PDF   Czech flag

Sources & Literature
  1. 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, 1997.
  2. Goworek, Tomasz: Pierwsze samoloty mysliwskie lotnictwa polskiego, Aerohobby, Wydawn. Czasopism i Ksiazek Technicznych, Warszawa 1991.
  3. Sikora, Piotr: Asy polskiego lotnictwa, Oficyne Wydawnicza Alma-Press, Warszawa, 2014.
  4. Skulski, Przemyslaw - Sankowski, Wojciech: Asy Wojny 1914-1918, Ace Publication 1994.
  5. Абрамов, Александр: Красные соколы, Лучшие Асы России, 1914 - 1953 гг., http://airaces.narod.ru/.
  6. Feliks Bołsunowski, WikipediA, Wolna encyklopedia, http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feliks_Bołsunowski.
  7. Gleize, Jean-Paul: Aces, http://jpgleize.perso.neuf.fr/aces/homeaces.htm.
  8. Letciki - asy Pervoj mirovoj, http://www.airwar.ru/history/aces/ace1ww/sk_other.html.
  9. Polscy lotnicy PWS, dws.org.pl, Twoje forum o wojnach światowych, http://www.dws.org.pl/viewtopic.php?f=77&t=119239.
  10. Romuald Wermiński, WikipediA, Wolna encyklopedia, http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romuald_Wermiński.
  11. Stefan Brygiewicz, WikipediA, Wolna encyklopedia, http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Brygiewicz.
  12. Stefan Pawlikowski, WikipediA, Wolna encyklopedia, http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Pawlikowski.
  13. The Aerodrome, http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/

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