Thanks for sharing MACtic,
I saw there were not many comments so I'll throw in my .005 cents worth. I believe this was more philosophical than a realistic piece on flight dynamics and proper gunnery. This was not a piece about dogfighting and pilots who flew in the war,I believe the dogfighting was just a platform to convey the message or theme.To me the artist theme centered around the premise that " hate begats hate " to coin an old phrase but very true one. You see the pilots literally transform into creatures of hate and vengeance in the pursuit of trying to kill one or the other. It ends with this hate continuing and meeting---never ending !!
I asked my 17 year old daughter what she thought of this, her explanation was " In hatred, there is no winner. They each end upon the same path,heading in an unending hate." Maybe I did something sort of right with this "youngin" ?
cheers -- scarecrow --