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8 Believe it or not- WHEN A FIGHTER IS MAKING HIS ATTACK You don't aim ahead as in most other shots. ALWAYS AIM BETWEEN HIM AND THE TAIL OF YOUR OWN PLANE because the forward speed of your plane is added to the speed of your bullet. [[end page]] [[start page]] 9 [[image - drawing compares a gunners' aim line to the actual path of the bullet]] A bullet shot from a moving plane keeps the forward speed of that plane as well as its own velocity.
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