P-38 Lightning: Great tribute video

December 18, 2007 at 5:09 pm 4 comments

I got this in my P-38 Newsletter.  I had to share this video.  It is very tastefully done and puts classic footage of the P-38 in action to Hans Zimmer’s music.

You can find a lot of great P-38 news nuggets by visiting their archives.


Entry filed under: aviation, military, P-38.

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