Mayday! - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

After sleeping for an indeterminate period of time, Pitt awakens to find it is still dark. He neither knows nor cares how long he has slept. With sleep eluding him, he focuses on the nature of the aircraft he had defeated earlier, and his memory recalls the picture he once saw of a photograph in the gallery of the Imperial War Museum. The caption of the photo identified the yellow World War I biplane as "The Hawk of Macedonia" piloted by Lieutenant Kurt Heibert, a German aviator, causing Pitt to wonder why a World War I airplane attacked Brady Field. With sleep continuing to elude him, Pitt decides to head to the beach for a swim. He feels very much at home in the water and he uses the opportunity to relax and meditate. While he is floating in the water, he feels...

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