A World War Two Luftwaffe pilot has become one of the first Germans to fly a Spitfire.
Hugo Broch, who's credited with 81 victories in more than 300 missions, went up in the aircraft at Biggin Hill Airport, in Kent.
The 95-year-old is also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, Germany's highest military honour in World War Two.
After landing he was in awe of the aircraft - and also got the chance to meet a British WWII veteran.
Stuart Bell said:
"[It's the] very first time I've met a German fighter pilot. He sounds a nice guy!
"He was defending his country, I was defending mine. So fair dos..."
Hugo says his life is always interesting and that now he has just one goal left - to go to the moon....
His full flight will be shown in a documentary by HistoryHit.TV in October.