Behind the sharp shooting of Rick, A. J. and Stephen Dale, a trio of British Camels scored a landslide victory in the 25th edition of the Red Baron Fight.
The annual spring classic commemorates Germany's famed "Red Baron," Manfred von Richthofen, by recreating his final dogfight of April 21, 1918.
Dice were rolled to determine sides and the battle stacked up as follows: Rick Lacy, Stephen Dale Skinner and A. J. Meister would fly British Sopwith Camels (150 hp), while Ethan Skinner, Bob Meister and Stephen Skinner would fly German Fokker Dr I's.
The game began as a total disaster for the Germans... and then it got worse. Hostilities began with all three Germans taking shots and all three Germans missing. Meanwhile, the British returned fire with A. J. pummeling Ethan's Tripe, while both Rick and Stephen Dale shot up Bob's German fighter.