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Overall size: 23" x 15"
Image size: 20" x 10"
The Lockheed P-38 Lightning was one of the most distinctive-looking U.S. Army Air Corps planes during World War II. It originated as an entrant in, and subsequent winner of the February 1937 U.S. Army Air Corps design competition for a high-performance pursuit plane capable of intercepting enemy aircraft at high altitude.
These are quintessential operational P-38s - the last of the "J" models - flying in the autumn of 1944 near the Lockheed factory in Burbank, California. At the helm of the foreground aircraft is, of course, Tony LeVier, one of the great names in aviation history.Signature:Anthony W. LEVIER, Lockheed Chief Experimental Test Pilot and Director of Flying Operations (Ret.)