Instant recognition of all other aircraft in the sky — that was an asset for any fighter pilot in the clash between the RAF and Hitler’s Luftwaffe. And Dick Marsh was better than most at knowing which aircraft were hostile and which were friendly.
All the hard work he had put into perfecting this had saved his skin in more than one hectic dogfight, but he was to discover that his biggest test would come after the war when the fighting was supposed to be over.
Story: CG Walker
Art: Janek Matysiak
Cover: Ian Kennedy