×
Home Intro People Events Equipment Places Maps Books Photos Videos Other Reference FAQ About
     

World War II Database

132 items in this album on 7 pages.

F-5B Lightning reconnaissance aircraft Lockheed P-38 Lightning at a training base in the United States, mid-1944. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.
F-5B Lightning reconnaissance aircraft 'Stinky' at Isley Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands, Jul 1944Lockheed P-38 Lightning at a training base in the United States, mid-1944. Note wing mounted HVAR air-to-surface rockets.
USAAF Maj Thomas McGuire and Aviator Charles Lindbergh after returning from a combat mission, at Biak Island off New Guinea, Jul 1944. Note P-38 Lightning. Lindbergh helped with economical flight techniques to extend the range of P-38s.USAAF pilots Thomas McGuire and Charles Lindbergh after returning from a combat mission, at Biak Island off New Guinea, circa Jul 1944; note P-38 Lightning aircraft, possibly McGuire
USAAF Maj Thomas McGuire and Aviator Charles Lindbergh after returning from a combat mission, at Biak Island off New Guinea, Jul 1944. Note P-38 Lightning. Lindbergh helped with economical flight techniques to extend the range of P-38s.USAAF pilots Thomas McGuire and Charles Lindbergh after returning from a combat mission, at Biak Island off New Guinea, circa Jul 1944; note P-38 Lightning aircraft, possibly McGuire's, in background
F-5C Lightning reconnaissance aircraft USAAF Lieutenant Everett A. Thies and his crew chief Technical Sergeant Daniel Nobel posing by their F-5C Lightning reconnaissance aircraft
F-5C Lightning reconnaissance aircraft 'Dot Dash' at Eurk, Russia, Jul 1944USAAF Lieutenant Everett A. Thies and his crew chief Technical Sergeant Daniel Nobel posing by their F-5C Lightning reconnaissance aircraft 'Dot Dash', Eurk, Russia, 6 Jul 1944
Armorers load .50 caliber ammunition into the four Browning M2 machine guns of a P-38 Lightning fighter with the USAAF 1st Fighter Group. 1944 photo probably taken at Salsola Airfield, part of the Foggia group, Italy.P-38 Lightning aircraft of the USAAF 370th Fighter Group, Jul-Dec 1944
Armorers load .50 caliber ammunition into the four Browning M2 machine guns of a P-38 Lightning fighter with the USAAF 1st Fighter Group. 1944 photo probably taken at Salsola Airfield, part of the Foggia group, Italy.P-38 Lightning aircraft of the USAAF 370th Fighter Group, Jul-Dec 1944
F-5E-2-LO Lightning reconnaissance aircraft of the 31st Photo Reconnaisance Squadron in flight over France, Jul-Dec 1944Spare and surplus USAAF aircraft at Bari Airfield, Italy, Oct 1944.
F-5E-2-LO Lightning reconnaissance aircraft of the 31st Photo Reconnaisance Squadron in flight over France, Jul-Dec 1944Spare and surplus USAAF aircraft at Bari Airfield, Italy, Oct 1944.
A crew chief with the 51st Fighter Squadron in front of the P-38J Lightning “Rebel” at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, 1944-45.P-38J Lightning aircraft of 370th Fighter Group, US 485th Fighter Squadron at the former Luftwaffe night fighter base at Florennes, Belgium, Oct-Dec 1944; note wrecked Me 210 aircraft in foreground
A crew chief with the 51st Fighter Squadron in front of the P-38J Lightning “Rebel” at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, 1944-45.P-38J Lightning aircraft of 370th Fighter Group, US 485th Fighter Squadron at the former Luftwaffe night fighter base at Florennes, Belgium, Oct-Dec 1944; note wrecked Me 210 aircraft in foreground
WASP pilot Ruth Dailey climbing into a P-38 Lightning aircraft, 28 Nov 1944Lightning in flight, post-Apr 1944
WASP pilot Ruth Dailey climbing into a P-38 Lightning aircraft, 28 Nov 1944Lightning in flight, post-Apr 1944
P-38 Lightning aircraft at rest on an airstrip in Chico, California, United States, 1 Dec 1944Experimental P-38H Lightning aircraft, date unknown
P-38 Lightning aircraft at rest on an airstrip in Chico, California, United States, 1 Dec 1944Experimental P-38H Lightning aircraft, date unknown
F-5A Lightning aircraft of USAAF 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Aug 1943-May 1945F-5B reconnaissance aircraft at rest, date unknown
F-5A Lightning aircraft of USAAF 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Aug 1943-May 1945F-5B reconnaissance aircraft at rest, date unknown
F-5E Lighting “Kay” of the 40th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron at Akyab Island airstrip, Burma, 1945 (now Sittwe, Myanmar). Note P-51B Mustangs.Nose on view of a F-5 Lightning aircraft at Hickam Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1945 (photo reconnaissance variant of the P-38J Lightning).
F-5E Lighting “Kay” of the 40th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron at Akyab Island airstrip, Burma, 1945 (now Sittwe, Myanmar). Note P-51B Mustangs.Nose on view of a F-5 Lightning aircraft at Hickam Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 1945 (photo reconnaissance variant of the P-38J Lightning).

132 items in this album on 7 pages.

Further Reading

Read more about P-38 Lightning



Change View
Desktop View

Search WW2DB & Partner Sites
News

Famous WW2 Quote
"The raising of that flag on Suribachi means a Marine Corps for the next 500 years."

James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, 23 Feb 1945


Support Us

Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Even $1 a month will go a long way. Thank you!

Or, please support us by purchasing some WW2DB merchandise at TeeSpring, Thank you!