Not sure if serious...if so, you obviously have no clue about the history of our university, its close ties to the military, and particularly its Air Force ROTC Detachment. The univesity is host to AFROTC Detachment 310 which goes by the moniker "Flying Tigers." This is in homage to the Flying Tigers of the American Volunteer Group in WWII which was led by General Claire Lee Chennault, a Louisiana native.
The Flying Tigers were flying antiquated P-40 Warhawks against the "superior" Japanese Zero. Despite this, they were wildly successful because they used far superior tactics to neutralize the technilogical advantages the Zero had and then bested the Japanese pilots with their skill. These tactics were the brainchild of Chennault and the skill was due to Chennault's demand on rigorous training.
You seem to know much about this topic.
My issue is not with the plane itself. It's with the location of the plane...in a bookstore. I guess the kids enjoy it.