Oberleutnant Fritz Otto Bernert (6 March 1893 – 18 October 1918) was a leading German fighter ace of World War I. He scored 27 victories despite being essentially one-armed. He was awarded the Pour le Merite on 24 April 1917. Bernert was severely wounded again on 18 August 1917. This wound removed him from command and kept him in the hospital for three months. It took him off flight status. He was promoted to Oberleutnant upon release from the hospital. He died of the Spanish flu.
William Avery Bishop 60 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps William Avery Bishop, better known as Billy Bishop, Royal Flying Corps was awarded the VC for the following action on the Western Front in France: On 2 June 1917, whilst serving with No 60 Squadron RFC, Bishop flew a solo mission behind enemy lines to attack a German-held aerodrome, where he shot down three aircraft that were taking off to attack him and destroyed several more on the ground.
✠ Heinrich Bär (25 May 1913 – 28 April 1957) Killed in a flying accident. 02.07.1941 RK Leutnant d.R. Flugzeugführer i. d. 1./JG 51+ [31. EL]14.08.1941 Leutnant d.R. Flugzeugführer i. d. 1./JG 51 + [7. Sw] 16.02.1942 Hauptmann d.R. Staffelkapitän 1./JG 51