After seeing the quality of items posted by HAWK3370, Steven M and others here, I hesitate to post this meager group. The soldier wasn't an Ace, wasn't even a pilot and actually never went overseas, but he did give his life for his country and for that I thought he should be remembered.
Richard T. McIntyre was botn on September 10, 1891 on a farm north of Ambia, Indiana. He entered the Army on March 29th, 1918 and was assigned to Kelly Field in San Antonio Texas. He was assigned to the Medical Department, Aviation Section at Kelly.
While at Kelly he contracted the Spainish flu, developed pneumonia and died on October 16th, 1918. He was 27 years old.
This is a photo of PVT McIntyre taken in San Antonio.