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The first act is a pure damage-gasm. There's plenty of ammo on the wing, so use your rockets with abandon! Bomber formations are the fattest target sets, strafe them into oblivion. Picking up the upgrade "Stall Strips" lowers your minimum speed, and makes bomber killing abit easier.

After your killing spree is over, you have to kill parachutes. It's not
even fair, but this is your first chance for the XBox 360 achievement
"Great Streak", which is a 12 kill run.

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