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WWII ACE DIED AT 85

LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN, A World War II fighter ace, Johnnie Johnson died in his bed at respectable age of 85 years, after a life of flight. He is awarded to have shooted down 38 enemy aircrafts in WWI and he continued to serve in RAF until 1966, retiring as Air Vice Marshal, and later founding a building society, which have built over 4000 homes, many for people with special needs.

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