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Happy Jack's Go Buggy (P-38J Lightening)

Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the Fighter Squadron,

I found this on pintrist, so so cool,  this is my grandfathers plane.  So proud.  Didn't know what category to put it in so it's in cars.  Lt. Andrew Stephenson's Jug, featuring a smoking penguin wearing a holster and gun. Ground crew unidentified. P-47C-5-RE, VF-S, 41-6573.

I found this on pintrist, so so cool, this is my grandfathers plane. Andrew Stephenson's Jug, featuring a smoking penguin wearing a holster and gun. VF-S,

25 year old Major Ed “Porky” Cragg CO of the 80th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Group poses with his crew chief and their P-38H Lightning “Porky II” after he scored his 14th victory over Wewak on 22 December 1943. Major Cragg scored 7 of his victories in this aircraft. He had less than four days to live when this photo was taken. On Boxing Day 1943 Porky was shot down while covering the Cape Glouster landings.

25 year old Major Ed “Porky” Cragg CO of the 80th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Group poses with his crew chief and their P-38H Lightning “Porky II” after he scored his 14th victory over Wewak on 22 December 1943. Major Cragg scored 7 of his victories in this aircraft. He had less than four days to live when this photo was taken. On Boxing Day 1943 Porky was shot down while covering the Cape Glouster landings.

Bombs away B-17 was created by Howard Brodie in 1943 as a combat artist during a sortie. Drawn with crayon, graphite, and ink, drawing shows a World War II bombardier, stripped to the waist, sitting a

Bombs away was created by Howard Brodie in 1943 as a combat artist during a sortie. Drawn with crayon, graphite, and ink, drawing shows a World War II bomb

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