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USAAF P-38J Lightning aircraft in flight, late 1943A "patient" being prepared for transport during a drill, 1944. The aircraft is an F-5B Lightning "Lucky!" likely with the 28th Photo Recon Sq fitted with two drop tanks modified for use in high speed medevac operationsA "patient" being prepared for transport during a drill, 1944. The aircraft is an F-5B Lightning fitted with two drop tanks modified for use in high speed medevac operationsA "patient" being prepared for transport during a drill, 1944. The aircraft is an F-5B Lightning fitted with two drop tanks modified for use in high speed medevac operations
USAAF P-38J Lightning aircraft in flight, late 1943A "patient" being prepared for transport during a drill, 1944. The aircraft is an F-5B Lightning "Lucky!" likely with the 28th Photo Recon Sq fitted with two drop tanks modified for use in high speed medevac operationsA "patient" being prepared for transport during a drill, 1944. The aircraft is an F-5B Lightning fitted with two drop tanks modified for use in high speed medevac operationsA "patient" being prepared for transport during a drill, 1944. The aircraft is an F-5B Lightning fitted with two drop tanks modified for use in high speed medevac operations
A P-38 Lightning with the 80th Fighter Squadron, the “Headhunters,” at rest at Dobodura, New Guinea, Dec 1943 – Feb 1944. Note the improvised wheel chocks.Armorers and mechanics of US 9th Air Force servicing a P-38 Lightning aircraft in the field, 1944; note external engine warmerF-5A Lightning photo-reconnaisance aircraft converted into an aerial ambulance, date unknown; note wing tanks converted with window and capable to carry one stretcher eachF-5C “All On View” of the 22nd Photographic Recon Squadron makes a low level pass over RAF Mount Farm, Dorchester, England, UK, 1943-45
A P-38 Lightning with the 80th Fighter Squadron, the “Headhunters,” at rest at Dobodura, New Guinea, Dec 1943 – Feb 1944. Note the improvised wheel chocks.Armorers and mechanics of US 9th Air Force servicing a P-38 Lightning aircraft in the field, 1944; note external engine warmerF-5A Lightning photo-reconnaisance aircraft converted into an aerial ambulance, date unknown; note wing tanks converted with window and capable to carry one stretcher eachF-5C “All On View” of the 22nd Photographic Recon Squadron makes a low level pass over RAF Mount Farm, Dorchester, England, UK, 1943-45
Four P-38 Lightning aircraft flying in formation, Aug 1943-Jan 1947Good view of the camera compartment and the reconnaissance camera in an F-5 Lightning. Date and location unknown.Interesting collection of fighter types and fighter groups in one place. This is due to a meeting of the commanding officers from each of the fighter groups in the 8th Air Force at Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, late 1944.Lieutenant Loren R. Wilson
Four P-38 Lightning aircraft flying in formation, Aug 1943-Jan 1947Good view of the camera compartment and the reconnaissance camera in an F-5 Lightning. Date and location unknown.Interesting collection of fighter types and fighter groups in one place. This is due to a meeting of the commanding officers from each of the fighter groups in the 8th Air Force at Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England, UK, late 1944.Lieutenant Loren R. Wilson's P-38J Lightning aircraft 'Betty A III' of 364th Fighter Group, US 383rd Fighter Squadron based at RAF Honington, Suffolk, England, UK, 1944
Nose guns of a P-38 Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknownP-38 Lightning aircraft being fueled date unknownP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight during a demonstration, AAF Tactical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 1944-1945, photo 1 of 3; many said this plane would be un-flyable with one engine lostP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight during a demonstration, AAF Tactical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 1944-1945, photo 2 of 3; many said this plane would be un-flyable with one engine lost
Nose guns of a P-38 Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknownP-38 Lightning aircraft being fueled date unknownP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight during a demonstration, AAF Tactical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 1944-1945, photo 1 of 3; many said this plane would be un-flyable with one engine lostP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight during a demonstration, AAF Tactical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 1944-1945, photo 2 of 3; many said this plane would be un-flyable with one engine lost
P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight during a demonstration, AAF Tactical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 1944-1945, photo 3 of 3; many said this plane would be un-flyable with one engine lostP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947P-38 Lightning aircraft of 36th Fighter Squadron of US 8th Fighter Group, Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 1944P-38 Lightning aircraft of the US 475th Fighter Group, South Pacific, 1944; note name
P-38 Lightning aircraft in flight during a demonstration, AAF Tactical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States, 1944-1945, photo 3 of 3; many said this plane would be un-flyable with one engine lostP-38 Lightning aircraft in flight, Aug 1943-Jan 1947P-38 Lightning aircraft of 36th Fighter Squadron of US 8th Fighter Group, Mindoro, Philippine Islands, 1944P-38 Lightning aircraft of the US 475th Fighter Group, South Pacific, 1944; note name 'Putt Putt Maru' on foreground fighter

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