A squadron of Fokker D-7's is flying along over No-Man's Land; the pilots in their open cockpits are alert, scanning the skies for Allied planes. Suddenly they find them, roaring out of the clouds above. Each Spad picks out a Jerry, breaks formation, and goes after him. From then on it is each man for himself, shooting one plane down and going after another. The only chance for survival lies in out-maneuvering the enemy and letting him have it with the single .30 caliber machine gun. When one side has had enough, it runs for home. This is an aerial battle of World War I.
"From Dogfight to Teamwork,"
Manuscripts: Vol. 12
, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/manuscripts/vol12/iss1/7