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Their organised ; strategy and tactics, when large squadrons of fighting craft have to be manoeuvred in action, be based on theory and not on experience. They will be using, also, new forms of armament. And under conditions such as these, with so much that is experimental to be reckoned with, will there naturally a far greater risk of error, of things happening not as they were expected to is AIR POWER 46 happen, than there is, say, with the well-matured plans, based on years of experience, which are employed in land or sea warfare.

War flying is essentially dangerous, and can never be anything else. This fact, though a platitude, needs constantly to be remembered. An aviator must be willing to take risks in war, and do so constantly, that would be altogether unreasonable in times of peace. His dominant thought is not his own safety. He flies with the down an antagonist, to hit if the first blow, to make his onslaught possible with the maximum possible effect. If a gain in desire to strike AIR POWER 26 structural safety, in the through the imposed on its pilot, air, and mere passage by the wind, some safety must be sacrificed.

The heavily-laden bomb-dropping machine, when it passes in above enemy territory, is liable of course to attack from hostile craft; and here The raiding machine, weighted lies its danger. with a heavy load, cannot fly so fast or manoeuvre so quickly as the lightly-laden craft which attack it, and which have no long distance to fly, for they are operating above their own territory. The defensive machine, in fact, which may require only to ascend and patrol in the neighbour- THE WAR BY AIR hood 37 own aerodrome, is at a very considercan be built for speed; it needs only a minimum of fuel; what weight it does carry can be devoted mainly to its offensive of its able advantage.

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