Fighting Aces 2004 brings you more beautiful pieces of classic fighters in action by various artists of today. The most successful fighter pilots who took part in aerial battles during the First World War were called flying aces. The term first appeared in 1915 when French newspapers described Adolphe Pegoud as a flying ace after he became the first pilot to shoot down five German aircraft. This collection of a dozen illustrations captures the thrill of the Fighting Aces in flight. The calendar lists international holidays as well as moon phases and includes a bonus page featuring September–December 2003.
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