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CODE OF CONDUCT

Cease firing on an opponent if his plane has begun trailing black smoke

Discontinue your pursuit/assault if your opponents plane begins to produce flames

Refrain from using offensive language in the radio 100 (arena channel)

Be respectful of your opponent

 

 

Rules of Engagement -- Oswald Boelcke

1. Try to secure advantages before attacking.
If possible, keep the sun behind you.

2. Always carry through an attack when you have started it.

3. Fire only at close range, and only when your opponent is properly in your sights.

4. Always keep your eye on your opponent, and never let yourself be deceived by ruses.

5. In any form of attack, it is essential to assail your opponent from behind.

6. If your opponent dives on you, do not try to evade his onslaught, but fly to meet it.

7. When over the enemy's lines, never forget your own line of retreat.

8. For the Staffel: Attack on principle in groups of four or six.
When the fight breaks up into a series of single combats,
take care that several do not go for one opponent.