During WW2, the technology race between England and Germany was fierce. Germany had endless resources made available by Hitler which overwhelmed the many European nations. Luftwaffe became the vastly superior force in the air, simply; it was futile to challenge them… but someone forgot to tell the British that! England developed the Spitfire early on in the war as a warplane and modified it many times to keep pace with the Germans. RAF Squadron Leader Millie tells us how the development of the Spitfire during the war was done at an astonishing pace and that the Typhoon is the modern day Spitfire designed as an interceptor fighter plane. We are treated to an amazing aerial display of the two in action in a beautiful exhibition flight flown by the pilots at RAF Coningsby.