It’s said that the helicopter came of age as a weapon during the Vietnam War.
Hauptmann Karl Enberg of the Luftwaffe’s Kestrel Staffel might dispute that, though. For, in the dying days of Germany’s Third Reich, he and his command of rotorcraft hammered British ground forces and ran rings around Allied fighter aircraft —despite the odds.
And those fierce battles were child’s play compared to the fight to destroy another fleet of helicopters intended as the ultimate kamikaze force…
Story: Alan Hebden
Art: Jose Maria Jorge
Cover: Jose Maria Jorge