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Lockheed P-38 Lightning (N25Y)

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jet4ang
What, just one credit? What about the 'tang?
William Baldwin
Maybe the best P-38 shot I've ever seen!
John Yarno
Europe and the Pacific. Both kings of the sky's.
Wingrat
Sorry, a bit late on commenting. Two of WWII deadliest fighters. Great photo. How do these 2 Fighters compare?
jesse kyzer
1944 LOCKHEED P-38L-5LO
THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol birds flying.
a mentor
Lefty Gardner, former B-24 and B-17 pilot and associate of the Confederate Air Force, bought a mid-1944 P-38L-1-LO that had been modified into an F-5G. Gardner painted it white with red and blue trim and named it White Lightnin'; he reworked its turbo systems and intercoolers for optimum low-altitude performance and gave it P-38F style air intakes for better streamlining. {for Reno Air Races}
jesse kyzer
North American P-51D Mustang N6168C/FF-704 'Buzzin Cuzzin'??
N6168C (1944 NORTH AMERICAN P-51D owned by MAGGIES MIXER LLC)
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