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Film Archive - P-39 Airacobra

Introduction to the P-39 (1942 Training Film)

Training film for military pilots of the Bell P-39 Airacobra pursuit aircraft, examining flight techniques, cockpit layout, and armament.

How to Fly the P-39 (1942 Training Film)

Training film demonstrating techniques for piloting the P-39 Airacobra pursuit plane, including aerobatics and strafing.


Collecting And Reporting Enemy Information by Fighter Pilots (1942 Training Film)

This early war training film features P-39s from the 181st Squadron carrying out a complete mission, with an emphasis on briefing sessions, gathering intelligence during a combat mission, and how to give accurate after action reports. Basic squadron tactics are also covered.


The Russians favorite lend lease import - a great tank buster on the Eastern Front with a big 37mm canon in the nose. The second-highest scoring Allied ace, Pokryshkin, flew the P-39 from late 1942 until the end of the war; his score in the Airacobra stands at nearly 60 Luftwaffe aircraft. 9,584 were produced, with over half being sent to the Soviet Union under the Lend-Lease program.

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