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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

B25

Cutaway - The was the bomber that accomplished the US strike to the Japanese homeland in response the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor.

Real(Mislabeled) - Captioned as: "B-52 Breaking the Sound Barrier" - This is a B-52 Bomber flying thru a moisture/condensation barrier at subsonic speed.... another link: http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Boeing_B52_With_CONECT_Upgrade_Accomplishes_First_Test_Flight_999.html and discussion in comments: https://reposti.com/p/V7 (644 mph top speed for B-52(I don't know about secret versions.) vs 768 mph speed of sound.)

Boeing "Stratofortress"breaking the sound barrier. I can't believe my grandfather flew that giant Bomber.

AVIÕES MILITARES: Lockheed P-38 Lightning

AVIÕES MILITARES: Lockheed P-38 Lightning

P-38 Lightning, four 50. cal. and one 20mm cannon, all concentrated in the nose. Richard I. Bong scored 40 kills in the Pacific Theater in the P-38.

Lightning with four caliber machine guns and one cannon, all concentrated in the nose. My uncle, a skilled pilot, found this to be one of the most reliable fighters he ever flew.

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