One-half right rear view of the Lockheed XP-80A sn 44-83021 in flight

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One-half right rear view of the Lockheed XP-80A sn 44-83021 in flight

Lockheed XP-80A Shooting Star S/N 44-83021 in flight. The second Shooting Star prototype.
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Lockheed XP-80 Shooting Star S/N 44-83021
  • Second Prototype.
  • 6/10/1944: First flight.
  • 1945: USAF 4144th ABU.
  • 3/20/1945: Crashed on Highway 99 near Rosamond, CA due to engine failure.
S/N 44-83021 Lockheed XP-80A Shooting Star
MSN 141-1001/1002. Model L-141. Pressurized and powered by GE I-49 turbojet.
83021 first flight Jun 10, 1944. Crashed March 20, 1945 on Highway 99 near Rosamond, CA.
Pilot Tony LeVier parachuted to safety.
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