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Men Who Flew the Mosquito: Compelling accounts of the 'Wooden Wonders' triumphant WW2 Career
Being in a position to stab him in the back in the dark was a nice way to fight a war. One was mentally tuned to this. We felt sorry for our bomber chaps. We had to kill Germans who were trying to do things to our women and children with nasty weapons. It was a very clear and clean way to fight. Sure enough, almost on the dot we saw the flash of a V1 being launched.
At the same time ground control said they had contact. There might be twelve, thirteen, fourteen of these Heinkels, all doing it at once. It was a timed op. Then they would go down very rapidly and head for home. Our job was to lose height quickly, go below feet and pick up the Heinkel. The Mk X was a good AI, but there were a lot of sea returns and it depended on the expertise of the navigator.
I had a very good one. Sure enough, the Heinkel turned left and at two to three miles we got a contact.
The Germans only came when the weather was bad. We started to close.
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It was still dark and there was a lot of cloud. You knew perfectly well that on our straight and level course behind him we would get a tremendous wash from his engines. I felt it. Then for some reason, he started to turn away slightly, as if he had an indication that we were behind him. It foxed us a bit.
Eventually, it settled down again. I closed in on him. It was in cloud. Guns and sights were harmonized at about yards but we could not get a visual, although we could feel his slipstream We dropped away and my navigator picked up contact again.
I had as much flap as I dared and managed perfectly well. We waited and we waited. Off Den Helder I was getting concerned. We waited as patiently as one can in this situation and eventually, as the dawn was coming up I closed in at yards range. I fired my cannon in his slip- stream and had to put on a lot of throttle to prevent a stall.
I got a number of strikes on it and that was it. The Heinkel went in very quickly.
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