This is a spin-off from another topic. In the BoB, Britain faced a shortage of pilots. Some replacement pilots came in to Spit and Hurri squadrons with very few hours on type. As it turns out, this was enough. However, let's suppose the Luftwaffe fighter leaders (who generally condemned chute shooting) were a bit more pragmatic. Let's say they encouraged the killing of parachuting enemy pilots if they were over Britain. Let's also say they theoretically killed one half to two thirds of the British fighter pilots that hit the silk. Would this have made a difference in the BoB?