Endangered Species, By Ronald Suchiu
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June 6, 1944 was a day that the world would remember for many lifetimes. The young Jerry Billing awoke that morning like most of his comrades with the burden of war still hanging on their shoulders.
While still digesting the intensity of the war effort that would take place today, learned through his pre-flight briefing, he unwillingly shows a gaze of amazement on his face as he approaches his lonely Spitfire MK IX.
The large abstract black and white stripes that were painted on the wings of his aircraft through the night, now confirm the absolute uniqueness of the day.
As in so many war time mornings he was greeted by a dark overcast sky which would not allow an immediate take-off. Anxiety was heavy, but with mounting impatience and a long enough wait, the sky opened up the much needed window to their mission.
Climbing upon the wing of his powerful metallic steed he peers at the break in the sky and realizes the moment has come. He takes a deep solemn breath in meditation, then breaks the silence with his words "Let′s Go Chaps". The D-Day mission begins.