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The New and The Next - Issue #52

“In the Air Force we have a rule: check six. A guy is flying along, looking in all directions, and fe
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The New and The Next
“In the Air Force we have a rule: check six. A guy is flying along, looking in all directions, and feeling very safe. Another guy flies up behind him (at “6 o’clock” — “12 o’clock” is directly in front) and shoots. Most airplanes are shot down that way. Thinking that you’re safe is very dangerous. Somewhere, there’s a weakness you’ve got to find. You must always check six o’clock.”

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