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Джонсон, Джеймс Эдгар Johnnie Johnson (RAF officer) James Edgar Johnson ジョニー・ジョンソン
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James Edgar „Johnnie“ Johnson (* 9. März 1915 in Melton Mowbray; † 30. Januar 2001 in Derbyshire) war ein englischer Pilot und mit 38 Luftsiegen der an Abschusszahlen gemessen erfolgreichste britische Jagdflieger während des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Джеймс Эдгар Джонсон (англ. James Edgar Johnson), известный так же как Джонни Джонсон (англ. Johnnie Johnson; 9 марта 1915 — 30 января 2001) — лучший лётчик-ас Второй мировой войны британского происхождения и второй по результативности (после Мармадюка Пэттла) среди лётчиков ВВС Великобритании и всех лётчиков западных союзников, имеющий 34 подтверждённых индивидуальных победы в воздушных боях над истребителями противника, и прошедший в годы войны путь от сержанта и лётчика-истребителя до полковника, командира авиакрыла. Air Vice Marshal James Edgar Johnson, CB, CBE, DSO & Two Bars, DFC & Bar (9 March 1915 – 30 January 2001), nicknamed "Johnnie", was a Royal Air Force (RAF) pilot and flying ace—defined as a pilot that has shot down five or more enemy aircraft in aerial combat—who flew and fought during the Second World War. ジェームズ・エドガー・”ジョニー”・ジョンソン(James Edgar "Johnnie" Johnson, 1915年3月9日 - 2001年1月30日)は、イギリス空軍の軍人で、第二次世界大戦中のエース・パイロット。ドイツ空軍機を34機撃墜した。英空軍公認の撃墜数38機は英空軍トップとなる。RAF認識番号83267。 バトル・オブ・ブリテンには参戦しなかったが、第二次世界大戦中、515回出撃したうち、空中戦での被弾はたった1発であった。撃墜記録の全てが戦闘機であり、戦闘機のみの撃墜数では、ソビエトも含めた全連合軍の中でも最多の記録である。 イギリス人であるが、カナダ人部隊(第144航空団)を率いていたこともあり、同隊のカナダ人からも尊敬されていたという。 乗機・スピットファイアのコードレターには自分のイニシャルJE-Jを記載していた。1943年3月に第127航空団司令に就任後は、コールサイン「グレイキャップ」を用いた。 1966年、少将で退役した。
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James Edgar „Johnnie“ Johnson (* 9. März 1915 in Melton Mowbray; † 30. Januar 2001 in Derbyshire) war ein englischer Pilot und mit 38 Luftsiegen der an Abschusszahlen gemessen erfolgreichste britische Jagdflieger während des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Джеймс Эдгар Джонсон (англ. James Edgar Johnson), известный так же как Джонни Джонсон (англ. Johnnie Johnson; 9 марта 1915 — 30 января 2001) — лучший лётчик-ас Второй мировой войны британского происхождения и второй по результативности (после Мармадюка Пэттла) среди лётчиков ВВС Великобритании и всех лётчиков западных союзников, имеющий 34 подтверждённых индивидуальных победы в воздушных боях над истребителями противника, и прошедший в годы войны путь от сержанта и лётчика-истребителя до полковника, командира авиакрыла. ジェームズ・エドガー・”ジョニー”・ジョンソン(James Edgar "Johnnie" Johnson, 1915年3月9日 - 2001年1月30日)は、イギリス空軍の軍人で、第二次世界大戦中のエース・パイロット。ドイツ空軍機を34機撃墜した。英空軍公認の撃墜数38機は英空軍トップとなる。RAF認識番号83267。 バトル・オブ・ブリテンには参戦しなかったが、第二次世界大戦中、515回出撃したうち、空中戦での被弾はたった1発であった。撃墜記録の全てが戦闘機であり、戦闘機のみの撃墜数では、ソビエトも含めた全連合軍の中でも最多の記録である。 イギリス人であるが、カナダ人部隊(第144航空団)を率いていたこともあり、同隊のカナダ人からも尊敬されていたという。 乗機・スピットファイアのコードレターには自分のイニシャルJE-Jを記載していた。1943年3月に第127航空団司令に就任後は、コールサイン「グレイキャップ」を用いた。 1966年、少将で退役した。 Air Vice Marshal James Edgar Johnson, CB, CBE, DSO & Two Bars, DFC & Bar (9 March 1915 – 30 January 2001), nicknamed "Johnnie", was a Royal Air Force (RAF) pilot and flying ace—defined as a pilot that has shot down five or more enemy aircraft in aerial combat—who flew and fought during the Second World War. Born in 1915, Johnson grew up and was educated in the East Midlands, where he qualified as an engineer. A sportsman, Johnson broke his collarbone while playing rugby, an injury that later complicated his ambitions of becoming a fighter pilot. Johnson had been interested in aviation since his youth and applied to join the RAF. He was initially rejected, first on social, and then on medical grounds. In August 1939 he was eventually accepted. The injury problems, however, returned during his early training and flying career, resulting in him missing the Battle of France and the Battle of Britain between May and October 1940. In 1940 Johnson had an operation to reset his collarbone, and began flying regularly. He took part in the offensive sweeps over German-occupied Europe from 1941 to 1944, almost without rest. Johnson was involved in heavy aerial fighting during this period. His combat tour included participation in the Dieppe Raid, Combined Bomber Offensive, Battle of Normandy, Operation Market Garden,the Battle of the Bulge and the Western Allied invasion of Germany. Johnson progressed to the rank of group captain by the end of the war. Johnson was credited with 34 individual victories over enemy aircraft, as well as seven shared victories, three shared probable, 10 damaged, three shared damaged and one destroyed on the ground. Johnson flew 700 operational sorties and engaged enemy aircraft on 57 occasions. Included in his list of individual victories were 14 Messerschmitt Bf 109s and 20 Focke-Wulf Fw 190s destroyed making him the most successful RAF ace against the Fw 190. This score made him the highest scoring Western Allied fighter ace against the German Luftwaffe. Johnson continued his career in the RAF after the war, and served in the Korean War, retiring in 1966, with the rank of air vice marshal. He maintained an interest in aviation and did public speaking on the subject as well as entering into the business of aviation art. Johnnie Johnson remained active until his death from cancer in 2001.
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