My Great-Great Uncle was in the Royal Marines Chatham Light Infantry and landed at Anzac Cove.He was listed as missing in April 1915 just two days after landing and his name (Neale) is on the memorial at Cape Helles.
So one day they spot a Japanese Zero and light it up. They are all excited wondering if an attack is coming. Next thing you know a car full of army brass pulls up and stArts chewing them out. Turns out it had been captured and the Navy was test flying the thing to figure out what it could do and how to fight them. their only defense was that it still had Jap markings.
That's a great remembrance. All of us who carry these stories MUST put them down in some lasting form (I mean ON PAPER