Nose guns of a P-38 Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknown

[Photo] Nose guns of a P-38 Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknown

Nose guns of a Lockheed Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknown

Lockheed P-38L Lightning aircraft picture

WWII era fighter aircraft - Lockheed Lightning: "Fork-Tailed Devil" the Germans were very fearful of this American fighter described as screaming death

Close-up view of a P-38G Lightning aircraft cockpit, date unknown; note the yoke rather than stick control

[Photo] 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 1 of 3.

Close-up view of a Lightning aircraft cockpit, date unknown; note the yoke rather than stick control Source United States Government Added By C.

A formation of P-38 Lightning aircraft of the 20th Fighter Group over France June 1944.

A formation of Lightning aircraft of the Fighter Group over France, June 1944

USAAF Major Richard Bong in his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown, photo 2 of 2

[Photo] USAAF Major Richard Bong in his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown, photo 2 of 2

Fighter/Cargo/Bomber/Attack Major Richard Bong ,top scoring American ace of WWII ,sits in his Lightning "Marge"

USAAF Major Richard Bong with his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown. He died shortly after the war in a crash of the one of the first production jet fighter, a P-80.

[Photo] USAAF Major Richard Bong with his P-38 Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown

USAAF Major Richard Bong with his Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown. He died shortly after the war in a crash of the one of the first production jet fighter, a

P-38L Lightning aircraft flying in formation during Lockheed test pilot Milo Burcham's funeral southern California United States 25 February 1945.

[Photo] Lightning aircraft flying in formation during Lockheed test pilot Milo Burcham's funeral, southern California, United States, 25 Feb 1945

P-38 Lightning aircraft being built at the Lockheed factory in Burbank, California, date unknown

[Photo] P-38 Lightning aircraft being built at the Lockheed factory in Burbank, California, United States, date unknown

My aunt Phyllis went out to Burbank, California to work in the Lockheed building Lightening P airplanes while her husband Orson served WWII overseas

F-5B-1-LO Lightning aircraft (photo reconnaissance variant of the P-38J) painted PRU blue in flight, 1943

[Photo] F-5B-1-LO Lightning aircraft (photo reconnaissance variant of the P-38J) painted PRU blue in flight, 1943; photo 1 of 2.

Lightning aircraft (photo reconnaissance variant of the painted PRU blue in flight, Source United States Air Force Licensing Public Domain

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I think these planes are beautiful.: Wwii, Airplane, Aircraft, Planes, P 38 Lightning

USAAF Engineer clearing out the wreckage of a Luftwaffe aircraft at an ALG with a P-38 Lightning flying overhead on landing approach

USAAF Engineer clearing out the wreckage of a Luftwaffe aircraft at an ALG with a P-38 Lightning flying overhead on landing approach

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