Charles Dundas’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm sure it's all very accurate and everything, but the whole thing is basically one of those urgent fast-talking-jargon scenes "Hard right rudder. Standard sweeps. Bearing 500.2." As such, there's skill in making it watchable and communicating to the audience what is happening through the heat of battle, but I'd have liked a lot more humanity from the characters, rather than just admirable military manoeuvres with a happy ending.