by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
“The first pilot from the U.S. Air Service squadron who was credited with an aerial combat victory was Lieutenant Paul F. Baer of the 103rd Aero Squadron. He shot down a German plane in the Reims sector. This occurred on March 11, 1918. Five days later, Baer got another one. He had been a member of the Lafayette Escadrille, and the 103rd Squadron was formed around those American volunteer pilots.”
1) Turn to a heading of “120”
2) Climb to “7500” feet
3) Turn to the Silly Sniglets section at the end of this scenario. Match the following definition with the appropriate word, and go to the AirLeg indicated.
Definition: THE SPLIT SECOND OF DRY WEATHER
EXPERIENCED WHEN DRIVING UNDER AN
OVERPASS DURING A STORM!