Raoul Lufbery, a French-born American citizen, became the squadron's first, and ultimately their highest scoring flying ace, with 16 confirmed victories. Two unofficial members of the Escadrille Américaine, lion cubs named Whiskey and Soda, provided countless moments of relief from battle stress to fliers.
Raoul Lufbery, World War I flying ace John A. McGuire , member of the United States House of Representatives  Art Nugent , cartoonist, creator of Uncle Art's Funland
Fighter pilot Raoul Lufbery was one of those Americans. He joined the Lafayette Escadrille, an all-American squadron that was fighting under the French flag. He shot down 17 enemy planes during ...
Raoul Gervais Lufbery, aviateur américain, as de la première guerre mondiale. Ante Gotovina, général croate. Hans Hartung, peintre français d’origine allemande. Ernst Jünger, écrivain allemand. Norman Kerry, acteur américain. Arthur Koestler, romancier, journaliste et essayiste hongrois, naturalisé britannique.