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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

Lockheed P-38L Lightning, NX2114L / 44-27083 / 5781 (cn 422-8087). "Planes of Fame" airshow 2013 featuring an impressive number of 5 airworthy P-38 Lightning "forked tail devils", Chino (CNO) - USA, May 4, 2013.

Lockheed Lightning, / / 5781 (cn "Planes of Fame" airshow 2013 featuring an impressive number of 5 airworthy Lightning "forked tail devils", Chino (CNO) - USA, May

demons: “ Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his P-38J-15-LO Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the 79th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group during the Second World War...

demons: “ Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his P-38J-15-LO Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the 79th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group during the Second World War...

P-38 Lightning

Lockheed Lightning, Butch II, piloted by Capt. Horace M. Hartwig of the fighter Squadron, Fighter Group.

P-38 "Wicked Women"

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