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  • There, he designed the first successful triplane night-fighter and ran two bombing raids a month.

    Savage Peace

  • The first night-fighter victory came on September 2, 1916 when W.

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  • Then they were called by a night-fighter squadron, the 418th, way up in a forward area of the Philippines.

    Summer of Deliverance

  • Electronic warfare (EW) came of age in World War II, when it was used primarily in antisubmarine and night-fighter operations in the Atlantic-European theater.

    On Yankee Station

  • They knew that, if they could at all, the German anti-aircraft batteries and night-fighter pilots would shoot them down.

    San Andreas

  • Now, seven years later, some of the names escape me, but I well remember Galland, Rudel and a German night-fighter pilot called Mayer.

    Stuka Pilot

  • I have heard that he has night-fighter patrols watching for the parachuting of Soviet agents-as was done in wartime.

    Stalin's Biggest Headache

  • His night-fighter organization, for example, was his only fighting arm which grew stronger towards the end of the war and it was only by really brilliant radio counter measures and strategy that our Air Forces escaped as lightly as they did in the closing months of the war.

    The R.C.A.F. Bomber Group in Action

  • When the jet came for him -- spotting him with its night-fighter stuff -- he tried to ram.

    Space Platform

  • Nor is courage the prerogative of civilisation: there are no warriors braver than Taliban today, or the Luftwaffe Wilde Sau night-fighter pilots, or the knights of the Bushido on Iwo Jima.

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