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Beware of the Hun in the sun

Beware of the Hun in the sun

One of the most famous phrases in aviation history, and a lesson which is as valid for today’s military pilots as it was in the First World War. A cunning fighter pilot will always try to use the sun to blind his opponent.

Date: 1918
Collection Ref:
X001-4358

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