Yes, that's the idea. It's now February 1915 and though there have been shootdowns in real life they are still few and far between. Franz and Quenault scored the first ever shootdown on October 5th. A few more by the French followed. Richard Flashar and Demuth got the first German "kill" one month later, on November 5th. Louis Strange and Francis Small made the first British downing on November 22nd and Adolphe Pegoud and his observer Le Rendu scored their alleged 'hat-trick', shooting down a Taube and two Aviatiks one hundred and four years ago today, on February 5th, 1915. They all had guns mounted themselves and deliberately went hunting. For my poor pilots just flying patrols is excitement enough. I'm just now reaching the point where the Game Campaigns are kicking in, so it shouldn't be too long before they start seeing some real action.
Some people are born stupid. I've had to work hard my whole life to get this way. I'm proud of the job I've done