Pierre Pendaries

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Pierre Pendaries
Born 21 June 1894
Chambéry, France
Died Unknown
Allegiance France
Years of service 1914 - 1918
Rank Sous lieutenant
Unit Escadrille 69, Escadrille 67
Awards Légion d'honneur, Médaille militaire, Croix de Guerre

Sous Lieutenant Pierre Pendaries (born 21 June 1894, date of death unknown) was a World War I flying ace credited with seven aerial victories.[1]

List of aerial victories[edit]

See also Aerial victory standards of World War I

Confirmed victories are numbered and listed chronologically. Unconfirmed victories are denoted by "u/c" and may or may not be listed by date.

No. Date/time Aircraft Foe Result Location Notes
1 1 August 1916 Nieuport Destroyed
2 22 April 1917 Nieuport Destroyed
3 3 May 1917 Nieuport Rumpler reconnaissance plane Destroyed Auménancourt-le-Petit
u/c 16 March 1918 @ 1420 hours Spad German two-seater South of Challenonge
4 17 May 1918 @ 1140 hours Spad German airplane Destroyed Mézières
5 22 July 1918 @ 0545 hours Spad German airplane Destroyed Ville-en-Tardenois Shared victory
6 26 September 1918 @ 1800 hours Spad German fighter Destroyed South of Tahure Victory shared with another French pilot and Edwin C. Parsons
7 29 October 1918 @ 1317 hours Spad German two-seatter Destroyed Amancourt[2]

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