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List of Air Force Cross winners from every year the award has been given out. All Air Force Cross winners are listed below in order of popularity, but can be sorted by any column. People who won the Air Force Cross award are listed along with photos for every Air Force Cross winner that has a picture associated with their name online. You can click on the name of the Air Force Cross award recipients to get more information about each. People who won the Air Force Cross are usually listed by year, but on this list you've got a complete list of Air Force Cross winners from all years. If this proves to not be a full list of Air Force Cross winners, you can help make it so by adding to this one. This list includes the most memorable and well-known Air Force Cross winners of all time. Anybody who won the Air Force Cross usually has a picture associated with their name, so all the Air Force Cross-winning people are listed here with photos when available. This list spans the history of the Air Force Cross, so most of the famous Air Force Cross winners are here and can be a good starting point for making a list of your favorites. This list answers the question "who are all the people who have ever won Air Force Cross?" If you're looking for all the nominees, you can click the links above the title of this page to the Listopedia page where you'll find a directory of award nominees, as well as the rest of the award winners lists we have. You're able to copy this factual list to build your own just like it, re-rank it to fit your opinions, then publish it to share with your friends. List ranges from Charles Lindbergh to Robert M. White and more. (11 items)
Amyas Borton is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Air Force Cross Winners List
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Amyas Borton

Air Vice-Marshal Amyas Eden Borton CB, CMG, DSO, AFC was a pilot and commander in the Royal Flying Corps during World War I and a senior commander in the Royal Air Force during the 1920s. He saw active service on the Western Front, in Palestine and in Iraq. In the latter part of his career, Borton was the second Commandant of the RAF College at Cranwell before becoming the Air Officer Commanding the RAF's Inland Area. ...more on Wikipedia

Angus Houston is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Air Force Cross Winners List
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Angus Houston

Air Chief Marshal Sir Allan Grant "Angus" Houston AK, AC, AFC is a retired senior officer of the Royal Australian Air Force. He served as Chief of Air Force from 20 June 2001 and then as the Chief of the Defence Force from 4 July 2005. He retired from the military on 3 July 2011. Since then Houston has been appointed to a number of positions, including chairman of Airservices Australia. In March 2014 he was appointed to head the Joint Agency Coordination Centre during the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and in the Australia Day Honours of 2015, he was knighted for this service. ...more on Wikipedia

John Randall Daniel "Bob" Braham DSO & Two Bars, DFC & Two Bars, AFC, CD was a Royal Air Force night fighter pilot and fighter ace during the Second World War. Braham was born in April 1920. Upon leaving school as a teenager he worked for his local constabulary as a clerk. Bored with civil life, Braham joined the RAF on a five-year Short Service Commission in December 1937. He began basic training in March 1938 and then advanced training from August to December. Upon the completion of flight training he was posted to No. 29 Squadron RAF based at RAF Debden where he learned to fly the Hawker Hurricane and Bristol Blenheim. In 1939 the Squadron began to organise itself as a specialised night ...more on Wikipedia

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Brian Edmund Baker is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Air Force Cross Winners List
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Air Marshal Sir Brian Edmund Baker KBE CB DSO MC AFC was an officer of the British Royal Air Force who served in both World Wars. He was a flying ace in World War I credited, in conjunction with his gunners, with twelve victories, comprising one enemy aircraft captured, four destroyed, and seven "out of control". ...more on Wikipedia

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