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Country: Great Britain
Established: October 1914
Criteria:
Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
The Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) was awarded to naval and marine warrant officers and officers of the rank of Commander or below for the performance of meritorious or distinguished service before the enemy. For additional acts, a silver bar was issued.

For services during the Great War, the London Gazette announced the award of the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) to members of the flying services 305 times:

Airmen who received the DSC: 259
Airmen who received a first Bar to the DSC: 39
Airmen who received a second Bar to the DSC: 7
 
Recipients - World War I Aces
21 Day, Miles Jeffrey Game
16 Mar 1918*
22 Dickson, Euan
DSC - 19 Dec 1917*
Bar - 26 Apr 1918*
23 Draper, Christopher
26 Apr 1918*
24 Edwards, Stearne Tighe
DSC - 02 Nov 1917*
Bar - 21 Jun 1918*
25 Ellwood, Aubrey Beauclerk
26 Apr 1918*
26 Enstone, Albert James
11 Aug 1917*
27 Fall, Joseph Stewart Temple
DSC - 23 May 1917*
Bar - 19 Dec 1917*
Bar - 19 Dec 1917*
28 Findlay, Maxwell Hutcheon
17 Apr 1918*
29 Fitzgibbon, Desmond Fitzgerald
02 Nov 1917*
30 Galbraith, Daniel Murray Bayne
DSC - 25 Oct 1916*
Bar - 16 Feb 1917*
* Gazetted
 
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