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42 The successes of Bishop and his blue-nosed aircraft were noticed by the Germans, and they began referring to him as "Hell's Handmaiden". Ernst Udet called him "the greatest English scouting ace" and one Jasta had a bounty on his head.
22 In the following months, Bishop flew on reconnaissance and bombing flights, but never fired his machine guns on an enemy aircraft. 23 During one takeoff in April 1916, his aircraft engine failed, and he badly injured his knee.
I'll bet you don't get any mud or horse shit on you up there. If you die, at least it would be a clean death." 15 While in France in 1915 he transferred to the Royal Flying Corps.
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25 After Bishop's father suffered a small stroke, St Helier arranged for Bishop to recuperate in Canada, 26 and he thereby missed the Battle of the Somme. citation needed Bishop returned to England in September 1916, and, with the influence of St Helier, 27 was.
11 Bishop showed a natural ability with a gun, and excelled on the firing range: he put bullets in a target placed so far away others saw only a dot due to his seemingly "super-human" eyesight 12 They left Canada for England on on board.
17 The squadron was ordered to France in January 1916 and arrived at Boisdinghem airfield, near Saint-Omer, equipped with R.E.7 reconnaissance aircraft. 19 Bishop's first combat mission was as an aerial spotter for British artillery.
Bishop disliked flying at night over London, searching for German airships, and he soon requested a transfer to France. 29 Bishop and a Nieuport 17 fighter in Filescamp, 1917. On, Bishop arrived at 60 Squadron at Filescamp Farm near Arras, where he flew the Nieuport.
17 The first aircraft he trained in was the Avro 504, flown by Roger Neville. 18 Bishop was adept at taking aerial photographs, and was soon in charge of training other observers with the camera.
48 Leave to Canada edit Bishop returned home on leave to Canada in fall 1917, where he was acclaimed a hero and helped boost the morale of the Canadian public, who were growing tired of the war.