Billy Bishop's Influence On American Air

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William A. Bishop was born on February 8, 1894 in Owen Sound, Ontario. He was an observer and a flying ace in World War I and an air marshal for the RCAF during World War II. He attended the Royal Military College and enlisted into the Canadian Mounted Rifles after World War I began. He decided to transfer to the Royal Flying Corps due to poor trench war conditions and became a successful ace fighter pilot after being an observer for 4 months. After the war, Billy starts tours in America about his wartime experiences. He continues to be a successful air marshal in WWII. William Bishop dies in 1956.
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Billy Bishop was known for being Canada’s top fighter pilot in World War I. Although he was a was regarded as a weak pilot at first who

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