Using Creative Courage To Challenge the Status Quo

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It’s 1964, and the Cold War is in mid-flight. General Walter Campbell Sweeney Jnr, head of the US Tactical Air Command, has heard an alarming rumour. A new theory by one Mad Major John Boyd is making a joke out of the recently developed fleet. His theory claims that the new American F-111 aircraft are inferior to the soviet planes that they are fighting over the skies of Vietnam.

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Storyteller, ex playwright (produced), award winning screenwriter, always writing. Creating story-based content for businesses. London based but heart in Europe

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Storyteller, ex playwright (produced), award winning screenwriter, always writing. Creating story-based content for businesses. London based but heart in Europe

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