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Sam the Rocketman, Keen interests in astronomy, world war, history, coldwar era and metal.

F4U Corsair aircraft of VMF-222 on the ground ready to taxi onto the runway for launch from Russell Islands 1944

Corsairs of Marine Squadron at Renard Field, Russell Islands, Solomons, Note the National Insignia on the tops of both wings over a year after that practice was discontinued.

Lockheed P-38 Lightning

Restored 'Glacier Girl', 'Ruff Stuff','Honey Bunny' & 'Thoughts of Midnight', Sacramento, California

Planes of Fame Air Show 2013 - Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning "Glacier Girl"; s/n 41-7630, N17630 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Planes of Fame Air Show 2013 - Lockheed Lightning "Glacier Girl"; s/n dug up from the bottom of a glacier

© Ronnie Bell Collection

Lockheed manufactured over during the war years. By: Norm Goyer Every war has had at least one aircraft which is most recognizable. World War I had the Fokker Triplane and World War II had the Vought Corsair and…

A-4 Skyhawk

Discovery Air Defence Services McDonnell Douglas Skyhawk photo by R.

Lockheed P-38 Lightning on Behance

Always wanted to create such image with an aircraft from that World War 2 era.I think that some of vehicles from Star Wars were definitely inspired by this shape.Plane was modelled together with a good artist - Igor Sidorenko!

Plane

The best US Navy fighter of WWII, Vought Corsair, seen here with wings folded. The Japanese called her, "Whistling Death.

CORSAIR with two drop tanks,

Beautifully restored as it was in late 1945 aboard USS Saidor .

Lockheed P-38 Lightning. My high school chemistry teacher, Mr Williams, flew many missions over Europe in one of these. It was easy to divert him from the periodic table of elements to one of his daring flights in a P-38!

My high school chemistry teacher, Mr Williams, flew many missions over Europe in one of these. It was easy to divert him from the periodic table of elements to one of his daring flights in a

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