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Lockheed P-38 Lightning (N162)
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Lockheed P-38 Lightning (N162)

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Alan Brown
Nice shot!
Tia BeetlePhoto Uploader
Thank you!
Mark Loupe
Love those WWII birds.
Geoff Anthony
Oh Wow! Fabulous shot of an amazing fighter, absolute 5 star
Scott Flagg
A Lockheed P-38 "Lightning" for those who appreciate but don't live and breathe this stuff.
Believe the Nazis called this the "split-tail devil."
Steven H Wilcox
Nice, Tía.
Russ Brown
15 years ago, while staying with relatives at Desert Hot Springs, watched a P-38 across the valley doing touch and goes at the Palm Springs airport. Thrilling!!! The sound was incredible.
Bart Frantz
Believe it was referred to as the "forked tail devil" by the Jap pilots.
Bart Frantz
Believe it was called the "forked tail devil" by the Jap pilots.
cliff731
Bart, that name was given to the P-38 by German pilots... "der Gabelschwanz Teufel" - "The Forked-Tailed Devil". The Japanese pilots had a different name for it.
Jason Belanger
Lovely!!
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