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Lockheed “Lightning” Mk.I British colours bearing the number AE978 during an evaluation in the United States by the Royal Air Force at the beginning of the WW2. The tender of the RAF claimed (for cost reasons) a prototype powered by the engines of a Curtiss P-40. Clearly underpowered, the aircraft’s will be rejected by the English.

Lockheed “Lightning” Mk.I British colours bearing the number AE978 during an evaluation in the United States by the Royal Air Force at the beginning of the WW2. The tender of the RAF claimed (for cost reasons) a prototype powered by the engines of a Curtiss P-40. Clearly underpowered, the aircraft’s will be rejected by the English.

Cactus Air Force by Jack Fellows  Elements of the assemblage of Allied aircraft that sortied from Guadalcanal during the war are seen here i...

Cactus Air Force by Jack Fellows Elements of the assemblage of Allied aircraft that sortied from Guadalcanal during the war are seen here i...

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