Nose guns of a Lockheed Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknown
My aunt Phyllis went out to Burbank, California to work in the Lockheed building Lightening P airplanes while her husband Orson served WWII overseas
USAAF Major Richard Bong with his Lightning aircraft 'Marge', date unknown. He died shortly after the war in a crash of the one of the first production jet fighter, a
Fighter/Cargo/Bomber/Attack Major Richard Bong ,top scoring American ace of WWII ,sits in his Lightning "Marge"
[Photo] WASP pilot Ruth Dailey climbing into a Lightning aircraft, 28 Nov 1944
Lightning aircraft with experimental wings, southern California, United States, 1943 Source United States Government Added By C.
Lightning aircraft with retractable ski landing gear, Ladd Field, Fairbanks, US Territory of Alaska, winter of photo 1 of 2