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It might be a devious psychological trick.
Hans Kirschstein painted his Fokker triplane with stripes that were a bit 'off-line', with the intention of making its track less 'visible' to attacking pilots. The idea was that it would make it look like he was going a bit to one side of his actual trajectory.
He almost survived the war, dying in a flying accident in June 1918, in a different plane flown by another pilot. The plane went on to be flown by Ernst Udet, who survived WW1.
So, let's see if these shirts work, eh....
We fielded a 4th team. You have no excuse