The Heinkel 162 jet fighter swept in low over the RAF airstrip, strafing the parked Typhoons and anything that moved. By the time the British had recovered, the enemy machines had disappeared.
Patrols were sent out, a German airfield was bombed, but still the jets survived. They had to have a base somewhere, and it had to be found — for these new planes were almost invincible in the air!
Story: RA Montague
Art: Jose Maria Jorge
Cover: Ian Kennedy