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List of World War II aces from Romania

This is a list of fighter aces in World War II of the Romanian Air Force. For other countries see List of World War II aces by country.

Romanian Air Force
History
Royal Romanian Air Force
List of WWII flying aces
Aircraft
List of Romanian Air Force aircraft
Structure
List of Air bases
List of squadrons/other units
Personnel
Officer ranks



A

B

  • Emil Bălan
  • Vintilă Brătianu
  • Florian Budu
  • Nicolae Burileanu

C

  • Eugen Cameceanu
  • Prince Constantin Cantacuzino (Bâzu)
  • Laurenţiu Cătană
  • Cristea Chirvăsăuţă
  • Gheorghe Cocebas
  • Petre Cordescu
  • Gheorghe Cristea

D

  • Traian Dârjan
  • Ioan Dicezare
  • Ion Dobran
  • Hariton Duşescu
  • Mircea Dumitescu

G

  • Ion Galea
  • Vasile Gavriliu (Chitu)
  • Ştefan Greceanu
  • Teodor Greceanu

I

  • Dumitru Ilie

L

  • Constantin Lungulescu

M

  • Ioan Maga
  • Ioan Mălăcescu
  • Ioan Micu
  • Mihai Mihordea
  • Ion Milu
  • Alexandru Moldoveanu
  • Iosif Moraru
  • Ion Mucenica
  • Liviu Mureşan

N

  • ? Neghrineac
  • Constantin Nicoară

P

  • Ion Panait
  • Nicolae Polizu-Micşuneşti
  • Constantin Pomuţ
  • Gheorghe Pomuţ
  • Constantin Popescu
  • Gheorghe Popescu-Ciocănel

R

  • Andrei Rădulescu
  • Radu Reinek
  • Constantin Rozariu

S

T

  • Aurel Tifrea
  • Gheorghe Tutuianu

U

  • Constantin Ursachi

V

  • Tiberiu Vinca
  • Dan Vizanti
  • Ioan Vornica
  • Teodor Zăbavă
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