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Signed P-38 Lightning Matted Print, 10.75" x 7"

Signed P-38 Lightning Matted Print, 10.75" x 7"

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First flight of the P-38 took place in January of 1939. It was clearly the fastest US fighter at the time. Deployed to the European theater and the Mediterranean theater, the P-38 excelled as a ground support attack aircraft. However, the Lightning was more successful as a fighter interceptor in the South Pacific than in any other theater of ope...


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