The P-38 National Association wants to put YOU in the cockpit of the greatest combat airplane of World War II with remembrances of the P-38 Lightning as told by the people who were there.
Compiled from the archives of the P-38 National Association membership publication, "Lightning Strikes," this book contains some of the most dramatic, heart-wrenching and humorous stories as told by the combat pilots, ground crews and other personnel who had hands-on experiences with the P-38 Lightning.
Included in the book are numerous historical photos of the personnel and the plane along with tales of bravery and humor which took place before, during and after the war. The book also includes stories about the design, development and production of the P-38.
Compiled and edited by noted aviation author, historian and "Lightning Strikes" editor Steve Blake and author and historian Dayle DeBry. Introduction by P-38 National Association President Bob Alvis.
|Publisher:||P-38 National Association|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a really nice book talking about the experiences of the pilots of a great WW2 fighter during the course of the war. It discloses many missions and capabilities of the pilots and aircraft that isn't seen in other books on the P-38. If you're a fan of the P-38 this is a must have book.