Wehrmacht at War
RAF pilots always raced to their fighters when they were “scrambled”. Time was precious and a few extra seconds allowed them to gain height before engaging the enemy.

RAF pilots always raced to their fighters when they were “scrambled”. Time was precious and a few extra seconds allowed them to gain height before engaging the enemy.

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    They didn’t fly combat air patrols as often due to the invention of radar. So ‘scrambling’ was doubly important. Keeping...
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