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P-38D Lightning aircraft at rest at an airfield, date unknownP-38J Lightning aircraft with the
P-38D Lightning aircraft at rest at an airfield, date unknownP-38J Lightning aircraft with the 'droop snoop' conversion in practice bombing, probably in the United States, 1943-1945
P-38J-15-LO Lightning aircraft P-38J-15-LO Lightning aircraft
P-38J-15-LO Lightning aircraft 'Colorado Belle', 1943-1945, photo 1 of 2; note 'droop snoot' glass nose for bombardierP-38J-15-LO Lightning aircraft 'Colorado Belle', 1943-1945, photo 2 of 2; note 'droop snoot' glass nose for bombardier
RAF Lightning I aircraft in flight, date unknown; note the absence of superchargers atop the booms as Lend Lease Lightnings were not equipped with themUSAAF armorer 1st Lieutenant H. A. Blood examining the 20mm cannon ammunition of P-38 Lightning aircraft
RAF Lightning I aircraft in flight, date unknown; note the absence of superchargers atop the booms as Lend Lease Lightnings were not equipped with themUSAAF armorer 1st Lieutenant H. A. Blood examining the 20mm cannon ammunition of P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Babe', date unknown
USAAF Major Richard Bong in his P-38 Lightning aircraft USAAF Major Richard Bong in his P-38 Lightning aircraft
USAAF Major Richard Bong in his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown, photo 2 of 2USAAF Major Richard Bong in his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', Dobodura, New Guinea, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
USAAF Major Richard Bong with his P-38 Lightning aircraft USAAF pilots Colonel MacDonald and Al Nelson in the Pacific Ocean with MacDonald
USAAF Major Richard Bong with his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknownUSAAF pilots Colonel MacDonald and Al Nelson in the Pacific Ocean with MacDonald's P-38J Lightning aircraft 'Putt Putt Maru', 1944
P-38G Lightning aircraft of 55th Fighter Group, 338th Fighter Squadron based at RAF Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Jan-Apr 1944Members of the USAAF 54th Fighter Squadron with some Army nurses at Attu Island, 1943-44. Note P-38 Lightning aircraft.
P-38G Lightning aircraft of 55th Fighter Group, 338th Fighter Squadron based at RAF Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Jan-Apr 1944Members of the USAAF 54th Fighter Squadron with some Army nurses at Attu Island, 1943-44. Note P-38 Lightning aircraft.
P-38 Lightning aircraft P-38J Lightning assigned to Howard Fotheringham of the 80th Fighter Squadron on the pad at Nadzab Airstrip near Lae, New Guinea, May 1944
P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Glengary Guy' of Glenn Martin Webb of the US 20th Fighter Group at RAF Kings Cliffe, England, United Kingdom, Jan-May 1944P-38J Lightning assigned to Howard Fotheringham of the 80th Fighter Squadron on the pad at Nadzab Airstrip near Lae, New Guinea, May 1944
P-38J Lightning “Bambi” of the 338th Fighter Squadron assigned to Capt John L Odegard, probably at RAF Ridgewell, Essex, England, May 16 1944. Behind P-38’s nose wheel is B-17G Fortress “Chug a Lug IV” with the 535th Bomb Squadron.A formation of P-38 Lightning aircraft of the 20th Fighter Group over France, Jun 1944
P-38J Lightning “Bambi” of the 338th Fighter Squadron assigned to Capt John L Odegard, probably at RAF Ridgewell, Essex, England, May 16 1944. Behind P-38’s nose wheel is B-17G Fortress “Chug a Lug IV” with the 535th Bomb Squadron.A formation of P-38 Lightning aircraft of the 20th Fighter Group over France, Jun 1944
B-17G Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Squadron are joined by a damaged P-38J Lightning fighter on the return from a mission, before 10 Jun 1944. Note feathered engine on the P-38 with oil stains covering the engine cowlingTop view of a P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight over the English countryside, Jun 1944
B-17G Fortresses of the 96th Bomb Squadron are joined by a damaged P-38J Lightning fighter on the return from a mission, before 10 Jun 1944. Note feathered engine on the P-38 with oil stains covering the engine cowlingTop view of a P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight over the English countryside, Jun 1944
A P-38J with the 27th Fighter Squadron escorting a formation of B-24 Liberators from the 451st Bomb Group over Italy, 1944.F-5B Lightning reconnaissance aircraft
A P-38J with the 27th Fighter Squadron escorting a formation of B-24 Liberators from the 451st Bomb Group over Italy, 1944.F-5B Lightning reconnaissance aircraft 'Stinky' at Isley Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands, Jul 1944

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