• Murdo MacLeod
  • Interview by: Ewan Burnet


The Argentineans had a lot of

quite heavy kind of triple

fuses, time times And certainly

So you had this impression of good

when it was time

So they were shooting at you and missing

You'd have these flak puffs going off.

One of the things about that type of

flying is that

if you can build up in the bank

exposure to the threat

and survive


then it builds a confidence in you

and that you can survive.

Where it would become difficult for people

if they got a hammering straightaway

you know, it, it

threats to equanimity.

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