List of aviators by nickname

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This is a list of aviators by nickname.

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  • "Hamish" – Claud Hamilton, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Hap" – Henry H. Arnold, American Army Air Forces commanding general
  • "Hasse" - Hans Wind, Finnish fighter ace
  • "Hawkeye" – Kenneth Lee, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Haybag" – Douglas Haywood, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Henry" – Roy Ford, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Hilly" – Mark Henry Brown, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Hipshot" - Danny Hamilton, US Air Force Reserve
  • "Hogey" – Peter Carmichael, British fighter pilot

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  • "The Mad Major" – Christopher Draper, British World War I fighter ace
  • "Mick" – Edward Mannock, British World War I fighter ace
  • "Mindy" – Minden Blake, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Mitzi" – Edward Darling, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Moose" – Robert Fumerton, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Mouse" – Gordon Cleaver, Battle of Britain pilot
  • "Mutt" – Joseph Summers, British test pilot

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  • "One Armed Mac" – James MacLachlan, a British World War 2 ace who flew with a prosthetic arm
  • "OV" – Owen Burns, Battle of Britain pilot

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  • "QTP2T" – Abignayle Wood, RAAF F/A-18A/B Hornet pilot

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Long, Patrick (2009), "Irwin, Herbert Carmichael", in McGuire, James; Quinn, James, Dictionary of Irish Biography 4, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 921–922 
  3. ^ a b c Erich Hartmann
  4. ^ Saward, Dudley (1984). "Bomber" Harris : the story of Marshal of the Royal Air Force, Sir Arthur Harris, Bt, GCB, OBE, AFC, LLD, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Bomber Command, 1942-1945. London: Buchan & Enright. OCLC 11082290. 
  5. ^ a b Johnson, Johnny E. (1964). Full Circle: The Story of Air Fighting. London: Chatto and Windus. OCLC 2486377. 
  6. ^ Wellum, Geoffrey (2002). First Light. New York: Viking Books. ISBN 0-670-91248-4. 
  7. ^ Gunston, Bill. "Short's Experimental Sherpa." Aeroplane Monthly, Vol. 5, no. 10, October 1977, p.512.
  8. ^ Hastings, Max (1979). Bomber Command. New York: Dial Press/James Wade. OCLC 5170758. 
  9. ^ The Most Dangerous Enemy, p.362.
  10. ^ Molesworth, Carl (2003). P-40 Warhawk Aces of the Pacific. Oxford: Osprey. pp. 50–54. ISBN 978-1-84176-536-5. OCLC 51992611. 
  11. ^ Allen, Hubert Raymond "Dizzy" (1974). Who Won the Battle of Britain?. London: Barker. ISBN 978-0-213-16489-8. OCLC 1092232. 
  12. ^ Kershaw, Alex (2008). The Few: July-October 1940. Penguin. p. 151. ISBN 0-14-101850-X. 
  13. ^ Caidin, Martin. Thunderbirds.[page needed]
  14. ^ Wikipedia, John Thach
  15. ^ Boyington, Gregory (1958). Baa baa, black sheep. New York: Putnam. OCLC 2124961. 
  16. ^ a b Deighton, Len (1977). Fighter: The True Story of the Battle of Britain. London: Cape. ISBN 978-0-224-01422-9. OCLC 3388095. 
  17. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O V C KEOUGH". Bbm.org.uk. 1941-02-15. Retrieved 2015-12-24. 
  18. ^ [1][dead link]
  19. ^ Eric "Winkle" Brown