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CHECKFLIGHT P-38
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Check Flight P-38

Have you ever wondered what it sounds like in the cockpit of a Lockheed P‑38 Lightning or what a P‑38 vs. “Zero” dogfight sounded like? Ever wish you could hear the sounds of Lefty Gardner’s P‑38 aerobatic routine just one more time? Wish no longer. You’ll hear all the above (and much more) on this CD. Includes an interview with Lefty Gardner. All digital, and over an hour long.

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