|Nickname(s)||"Père" (Father), "Inimitable" (Unmatchable), "Increvable" (Untired).|
|Born||30 January 1894
Eix-Abaucourt (near Verdun), France
|Died||25 May 1917 (aged 23)
South east of Reims (probably north of Nauroy), France
|Unit||Escadrille C.94 (06/1915-03/1916), Escadrille N.95 (03/1916-06/1916), Escadrille N.3 (06/1916-05/1917)|
|Awards||Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur, Médaille militaire, Croix de Guerre (with 11 palms), Grande Médaille d'Or de l'Aéro-Club de France|
Rene Dorme served as an artilleryman in North Africa before becoming a pilot. He was injured in a crash before he saw action. He did not get into combat until March 1916. He was posted to N3 to fly Nieuport fighters in June 1917.
He was officially noted as having at least 43 probable victories.
- Nieuport Aces of World War I. pp. 44–45.
- Nieuport Aces of World War 1. Norman Franks. Osprey Publishing, 2000. ISBN 1-85532-961-1, ISBN 978-1-85532-961-4.
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