Breaks my heart (P-38 Graveyard)

February 2, 2007 at 6:58 am 2 comments

P-38 Graveyard 

These warbirds are so rare today.  It’s hard to believe we just dumped them out like this decades ago.  If only they knew then that these planes would be so sorely missed. 

Visit the P-38 Association and learn more about The Lightning.  Most of the pictures are on this page, left column.

Conversations about the P-38 Lightning are not complete unless you at least mention The Lost Squadron. One of the few air worthy P-38s today was restored from this effort.  Glacier Girl was here in Indy at the air show last year (or was it the year before? – if you know, leave me a comment.)


Entry filed under: aviation, military.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dick Lewis  |  September 4, 2008 at 6:52 pm

    If that picture was taken in Korea, then one of them was the one I flew. I still have the control wheel from the plane. It was on display along with Glacier Girl inKentucky and was returned to me when the Girl was sold and ended up in Texas.

  • 2.  |  September 27, 2013 at 7:45 pm

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