Thursday, May 14, 2009

RCAF Air Combat - Sunday 10 May 2009

On May 10th, pilots from the Royal Caledon Air Force gathered in Liberty Lovelace for our usual Sunday morning air combat exercises.

Our dogfight that day was anything but usual as we soon discovered an uninvited guest.

RCAF pilots Vickster Kuhn and Cornelius Fanshaw discovered an Air Kraken at cloud altitude. This beast of the air was the approximate size of our aircraft and gave chase to both fine pilots. I'm pleased to report they kept their wits about them and were able to escape the beast's clutches....or tentacles....or whatever.

Through a happy coincidence, Professor Marion Questi, an Oxbridge Zoologist of note, soon arrived and explained his research into the Air Kraken of Lovelace.

The beast's vision and sensory perception is somewhat limited to 50 meters and it is possible to out fly the beast with sufficient speed and piloting skills.

In regards this Air Kraken of Lovelace, I am issuing the following order to all my pilots. I order the destruction of this threat to military, commercial, and pleasure flying craft before the beast can reproduce and its offspring become an even larger threat to Lovelace, Caledon, and other nation-states of the Realm of The Roses and our Allies.

Zoe Connolly
RCAF Command - Caledon Penzance

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