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Lightning Strikes...

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Desert Rat, May 22, 2007.

  1. Three times... A few shots of all three P-38's in flight formation.. A loose formation, but I will take it...

    200-400 at 200mm
    ISO 100
    1/500 shutter priority

    Marking on planes are as follows

    23 Skidoo Tail Number 162
    Glacier Girl Tail Number 17630
    Silver P-38 not sure the name..

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  2. Hyper-Performance


    Apr 11, 2007
    SW Ohio, USA
    I do love the 38's - remeber them flying in squadron over my parent's house heading to Wright Patterson AFB when I was real young.

    GREAT capture!!!
  3. Thanks Dave...
  4. MrDalgof


    Apr 6, 2006
    Colorado, USA
    Great shots. I really like 38 with the D-Day stripes. I got to see Glacier Girl last year at Nellis. Lousy weather though.
  5. Thanks Chris...
  6. True, but I'll bet it was a lot better for her that the previous 50 years :biggrin:
  7. Baywing


    Feb 22, 2005
    CT USA
    Great shots, good to see 3 of them together. Wasn't all that long ago there was only one airworthy.
  8. Thanks...
    Actually there are about 6 airworthy P-28's now.. there are two out here in California most of the time.. the silver D-day striped one and the 23-Skidoo from Planes of Fame..
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