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[[image - drawing of an air battle with a B-24 and multiple enemy fighters attacking the bomber.]] 

Every enemy fighter is dangerous and needs watching BUT he becomes really dangerous only when he starts a DIRECT ATTACK on you.

That's when he is EASIEST TO HIT

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THIS BOOK IS NOT ABOUT HIM [[indicating a distant enemy fighter]]

OR HIM [[indicating a distant enemy fighter]]

IT TELLS HOW TO GET THIS ONE BEFORE HE GETS YOU [[indicating an enemy fighter nearing the bomber]]
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