Ambush, dog beat and intensity

While watching a historical cable program called Dogfights, I saw a great example of power in individuals who work on their own skills and leadership skills.

Robin Olds, the fighter of the Army Air Corps, took over the fighters in Vietnam. His group fled the F-4 Phantom, designed to fight enemy bombers. F-4s had a rocket, but no guns. Opposite they were Vietnamese pilots who fly the Russian MiG-21s, which were great fighters at high levels. They were equipped with a 30mm cannon and missile. The MiG-21s were limited in number, but were destructive flights American F-105 "Thunderchiefs". The F-105s sometimes call "Thuds," although designated as a fighter, was actually designed for the lowest level to enter the enemy territory and release one nuclear bomb. They were sensitive to MiG-21.

Col. Olds realized the F-105 and F-4 pictures used the same methods later. Analogue and flight elements in Hanoi became an expert in defining the most sensitive F-105 "Thuds" from F-4 Phantoms, from their radio waves and callmarks. Olds came up with an action bolo, air conditioner. He would fly a big F-4 formation with the same way, the height and caller as the F-105, hoping that the MiG-21s will be guided towards them and expect to find thunder shoes and when they sense the truth, it would be too late for them. To add a delusion, R-mail, F105's standard, was installed on F-4s.

The first decoy flight went under false colors and was rewarded with the MiG-21s. As soon as MiGs realized they had been a daughters daughter, they headed for headquarters. Headquarters did not respond with instructions, but proceeded to send a flight to MiGs. Without the interpretation, American pilots MiGs kept a comfortable prey.

Within twelve minutes, seven MiGs were shot down. Borrowing goes into technology to boost. Amercian pilots responded from their own perspective and had to cope with the situation in a way that they saw fit.

Although there was life and death on this day in Vietnam, in business it is even more important. The delegation and agents of the delegation are great ways to deal with front-line problems.


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