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P-38 Lightning Matted Illustration Print

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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 and was used extensively as a long range escort fighter. The Lightning was more successful in the South Pacific than in any other theater of operations. It wasn't until the arrival of the P-38s in the Pacific that Army pilots began to compete in racking up scores against Japanese aircraft. The P-38 was used on one of the most significant missions of the Pacific war. On April 18, 1943, sixteen Lightnings intercepted and destroyed Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's Betty bomber. Architect of the Pearl Harbor attack, he was on an inspection tour of Bouganville Island. Famed aviator Charles Lindbergh, toured the South Pacific as a civilian contractor. He was sent there to help improve the performance of the P-38. While there he took part in a number of combat missions and shot down one Japanese aircraft. Matted print of artist Doug Kinsley's aviation illustration. Measures 7" x 10.75".
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