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Published on Feb 2, 2013
"On May 10th, 1918, an F.2A from Killingholme; flown by Captains T. C. Pattinson and A. H. Munday, engaged the Zeppelin that had penetrated their airspace. Captain Munday opened fire from the bow cockpit and Sergeant H. R. Stubbington, the engineer, also brought his Lewis gun to bear on the target. Many hits appeared to be scored and The Zeppelin made off due east, losing height and emitting smoke, and soon afterwards blew up and fell in flames."