"I would rather have one Me-262 than five Me-109's"-Generalleutnant Adolf Galland in 1944.
"This is not a step forward; this is a leap!" Generalleutnant Adolf Galland after flying the Me-262 on 22 May 1943.
"the first rule of all air combat is to see the opponent first. As The hunter who observes its canine tooth and if it places without being perceived for the position most favorable for it abates it, the pilot of hunting in aperture of an air combat must detect its opponent so early how much possible in order to get an upper position of attack" Adolf Galland