Blake Tindale did meet his end recently - was on a fairly routine mission attack a railyard. The flight arrived over target and began the attack with no enemy in sight. During the attack, Blake noticed a lone plane far away, but got distracted and lost sight. A bit later got hit by a single well placed burst, causing the plane to fall out of control. Never did see his attacker.
I have started up Caleb Moore, flying a Sopwith Strutter with RNAS-5. Caleb had an interesting transfer flight from England. Had some majestic, but low hanging clouds during the flight. Keep flying East-SouthEast hoping to catch sight land but it was just taking a lot longer than expected. Eventually the coast was made, then the question arose, were the heck is he..
Using Lou's excellent Flanders map, Caleb realized he was a bit far to the north. Matter of fact he was behind enemy lines and did a quick turn to the southwest. After that it was easy to locate his new home field.
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. A. Einstein