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CafePress is the place where you can get designs created exclusively for the P‑38 National Association, including many squadron logo products. We extend our sincere appreciation to aviation artist, Jack Fellows, who has generously granted us permission to use his beautiful P‑38 artwork in our fundraising efforts.

To find the design you want, just click on the image and it will take you to that section of the shop. Here are your choices!


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I Can't Keep Calm P-38

I Can't Keep Calm!
My Props Counter-Rotate!

The "Keep Calm" slogan has become so popular these days, we felt compelled to put our own "spin" on it!

The original purpose of this slogan has been lost to commercialism, but "Keep Calm and Carry On" was actually a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 in preparation for WWII. It was intended to raise the morale of the British public, threatened with widely predicted mass air attacks on London and other major cities in Britain.

Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning
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Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning

P-38 Best Pilots

The Best Mug
Sample Coffee Mug

The Best

This famous and beautiful silhouette shot of the P‑38 and its crew at sunset is overlaid with the perfect poem for fans of the P‑38 Lightning:

Some pilots are good,
Some pilots are great.
The best of all
flew the P‑38!

Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning

P-38 49th FS Fork Tailed Devils

Fork Tailed Devil Gift Box
Sample Memory Box

Fork-Tailed Devil

The German Luftwaffe gave the P‑38 the nickname of "Der Gabelschwanz Teufel"or the "Forked-Tailed Devil" (maybe because it "went like hell" according to aviation author Warren Bodie.

This particular insignia (minus the "P‑38 Lightning" text at the bottom) was used by the 49th Fighter Squadron out of Foggia, Italy.

Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning

Aircraft of the Aces

The Lockheed P-38 Lightning was the favorite combat airplane of the two top "Aces" of World War II, Richard Bong and Thomas McGuire.

Bong was the top-scoring ace of all of the pilots who flew in battle, with 40 kills to his record, and became known as "America's Ace of Aces."

Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning

Squadron Insignias

We have quite a few products available with the P‑38 squadron insignias.  Although not complete by any stretch, we're adding more all the time. 

This is a great way to show respect and admiration for the men who served in these squadrons.

Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning

"Sparky" the P-38 Plane

This cute little guy was designed especially for us by the nice folks at Victory Girl.

We've had many requests to bring in a product just for kids, and this is about the cutest darned thing we could do.


Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning


Lightning Never Strikes Twice...

Well, we know this old cliché isn't accurate if you're talking about the P‑38 Lightning!

With more "strikes" than any other pilots during WWII, America's top two Aces chose the P-38 as their plane of choice!

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Lightning Strikes in the Area
Watch Your Six!

For those of you not familiar with this expression, it means to look behind you for dangers coming that you can't see.

If you view an airplane from the top and lay an analog clock over it, the 6 o'clock position is behind the plane.

Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning


Women Airforce Service Pilots flew the P-38 Lightning

WASPs Cap Sleeve T-shirtSample Cap Sleeve

Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs)

A lot of people don't realize that women ever flew P‑38s, but they did.  In fact, Evelyn Sharp (who was an original member of the WASPs died when the P‑38 she was to ferry crashed from engine failure soon after takeoff.



Can't Keep Calm P-38 Lightning

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