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Squadron Leader Clive ‘Killer’ Caldwell (far left), and pilots of No. 112 ‘Shark’ Squadron RAF stand beside the nose of a Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk fighter/bomber. He was Australia’s leading ace with 28.5 kills. North Africa, 1942.
Courageous men. Sadly, the current Australian culture appears to be devoid of these greatest generation lads.
I wonder how you get half a kill? Is it shared with another pilot maybe?
If you didn't want to decide who got the kill, everyone who put rounds into the aircraft got a share. I've seen it as low as 1/4.
I still have one of those but in the Cox airplane model size. Had a lot of fun flying those things.
Just wonder the ratio of German to Italian kills in N.A.
Defended the Marxism and the Communists. He/they were misled by the tribe's fake version, actually anti-Christian propaganda.
Men----young, but Men.