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An early, highly polished P-38 Lightning rolls out of the Lockheed hangar in Burbank, California, United StatesP-38 Lightning aircraft at rest at an airfield, 1940-1942
An early, highly polished P-38 Lightning rolls out of the Lockheed hangar in Burbank, California, United StatesP-38 Lightning aircraft at rest at an airfield, 1940-1942
P-38 Lightning in flight, 1940-1942P-38 Lightning aircraft being built at the Lockheed factory in Burbank, California, United States, date unknown
P-38 Lightning in flight, 1940-1942P-38 Lightning aircraft being built at the Lockheed factory in Burbank, California, United States, date unknown
P-38 Lightning aircraft flying in formation, 1941-1942P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight, before Jul 1943
P-38 Lightning aircraft flying in formation, 1941-1942P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight, before Jul 1943
P-38 Lightning aircraft resting on an unknown airfield, 1942P-38F Lightings refuel in Iceland on their way to Britain, mid-1942. Note PBY Catalina.
P-38 Lightning aircraft resting on an unknown airfield, 1942P-38F Lightings refuel in Iceland on their way to Britain, mid-1942. Note PBY Catalina.
P-38F-1-LO Lightning aircraft in flight, 1942P-38G Lightning escort fighter at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942
P-38F-1-LO Lightning aircraft in flight, 1942P-38G Lightning escort fighter at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942
XP-38A prototype aircraft in flight, 1940-1942F5 photo reconnaissance aircraft on an airstrip at Amchitka, Aleutian Islands, 7 May 1942; note C-47 transport aircraft in background
XP-38A prototype aircraft in flight, 1940-1942F5 photo reconnaissance aircraft on an airstrip at Amchitka, Aleutian Islands, 7 May 1942; note C-47 transport aircraft in background
YP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight, 28 May 1942 or shortly thereafterP-38F Lightning aircraft of 50th Fighter Squadron, USAAF 14th Fighter Group at Camp Tripoli airfield, Iceland, Nov 1942
YP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight, 28 May 1942 or shortly thereafterP-38F Lightning aircraft of 50th Fighter Squadron, USAAF 14th Fighter Group at Camp Tripoli airfield, Iceland, Nov 1942
F-5 Lightning aircraft of US 3rd Photographic Group flying out of Oran, Algeria, Dec 1942Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, 23 Dec 1942; note the yoke rather than stick control and the bullet proof glass panel above the instrument panel. Photo 1 of 3.
F-5 Lightning aircraft of US 3rd Photographic Group flying out of Oran, Algeria, Dec 1942Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, 23 Dec 1942; note the yoke rather than stick control and the bullet proof glass panel above the instrument panel. Photo 1 of 3.
Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, 23 Dec 1942; note the yoke rather than stick control and the bullet proof glass panel above the instrument panel. Photo 2 of 3.Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, 23 Dec 1942; note the yoke rather than stick control and the bullet proof glass panel above the instrument panel. Photo 3 of 3.
Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, 23 Dec 1942; note the yoke rather than stick control and the bullet proof glass panel above the instrument panel. Photo 2 of 3.Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, 23 Dec 1942; note the yoke rather than stick control and the bullet proof glass panel above the instrument panel. Photo 3 of 3.
Claire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note P-38 fighterF-5B-1-LO Lightning aircraft (photo reconnaissance variant of the P-38J) painted PRU blue  in flight, 1943; photo 1 of 2.
Claire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note P-38 fighterF-5B-1-LO Lightning aircraft (photo reconnaissance variant of the P-38J) painted PRU blue in flight, 1943; photo 1 of 2.

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