.:RS Models:. F-5A #newBox

1. F-5A of the 12th PPRS at Florennes, Belgium, October 1944

2. F-5A of GR II/33 based at Alghere, Sardinia, May 1944, A. S. Exupery

3. F-5A-10-LO, of the 22nd PS289/7th PG, England, August 1943

4. F-5A-1-LO, Adak Island, Aleutian Island, September 1942


The F-5 Photo Lightnings were based on the P-38G and later models. It was the most numerous version of the Photo Lightning, and one of the most important PR aircraft of the Second World War. It could carry a wide variety of cameras, with some aircraft carrying up to six cameras.
The F-5A was based on the P-38G. A total of 180 were built, in three production blocks, each based on the equivalent P-38G block (20 F-5A-1s, 20 F-5A-3s and 140 F-5A-10s). The F-5A carried a combination of vertical and oblique cameras.

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