Lockheed P38 Lightning
Designed by Clarence 'Kelly' Johnson, the Lightning first flew in 1939 and entered military service in 1941. It had a distinctive design with a central nacelle and twin booms. The P38 was most successful in the Pacific theatre, flown by aces such as Richard Bong, Thomas McGuire and Charles H. MacDonald. The Honduran Air Force used the Lightning right up until 1965.