Mato Dukovac (44 kills) was the best Croatian war aces, served during WW2. Born on 23 September 1918 in Surčin, near Zemun (Serbia), Mato Dukovac had been a keen glider pilot prior to entering the
Cvitan Galić (38 kills) was born on 5 May 1909 in the village of Gorica. Galić was completed pilot training with 7. aviation regiment at Mostar (now in Bosnia and Herzegovina) on 1 November 1930,
Born on 9 April 1909 in Bihać (now in Bosnia and Herzegovina), Franjo Džal (16 kills) initially attended observer school at Petrovaradin in 1927, prior to being accepted into pilot school at 1 .VP
Born on 26 December 1910 in Zagreb (Croatia), Ljudevit Bencetić (later Ludwig Stampa) (15 kills) graduated from 7.VP in Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1930 and became a military pilot in
Born on 31 January 1909 in Fojnica (Bosnia and Herzegovina – Federation), Bosnian Muslim Safet ‘Slavko’ Boškić (13 kills) graduated from pilot school in 1932, became a military pilot in 1935 and a
Born on 27 December 1908 in Križevci (Croatia), Croatian WW2 ace Zlatko Stipčić (13 kills) was a very gifted painter, although he chose a career in the military instead and became an observer in
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