Rose gold, black and crisp white makeup the classic tones of this Dogfight Wingman DF0035 pilot watcht. Features chronographic sub-dials which bring stopwatch function to the analogue dial face. A tachymeter bezel provides excellent functionality as well as a 50m water resistant steel frame. Dogfight watches come with a 2 year manufacturer warranty
Rose gold, black and crisp white makeup the classic tones of this Dogfight Wingman DF0035 pilot watcht. Features chronographic sub-dials which bring stopwatch function to the analogue dial face. A tachymeter bezel provides excellent functionality as well as a 50m water resistant steel frame. Dogfight watches come with a 2 year manufacturer warrant
The traditional military definition of a "Wingman" refers to the pattern in which fighter jets fly. There is always a lead aircraft and another which flies off the right wing of and behind the lead. This second pilot is called the "Wingman" because he or she primarily protects the lead by "watching his back
Dogfight - The Gentle Courage
The term DOGFIGHT refers to an aerial battle between fighter aircrafts - actual dogfighting first appeared during World War I. After the invention of the first airplanes for warfare, forward-firing machine guns were mounted on the fighter aircraft, which required the pilots to manoeuvre themselves behind the enemy aircrafts. The aircrafts battling for the rear position resembled dogs fighting and chasing to catch one another’s tail, and therefore the term DOGFIGHT came about. In actual combat, DOGFIGHT is not all about chasing after the 6 o’clock position of the opponent. Tactical and effective fighter manoeuvres may depend on the advancement of aircraft, weapon and also specific combat situation. Pilots must react instinctively against the opponent’s position, speed and elevation, while considering his aircraft’s own turn radius and engine response rate. The pilot who secures the advantageous position will instantly hold the upper hand in the battle, applying an extreme pressure against the opponent.
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