Lockheed P-80 Fighter Blueprint, General Arrangement, 1949
This is a blueprint of the US Air Force Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star, the first jet-propelled fighter of the USAF to see combat. This document came to AeroAntique from the estate of a Lockheed aeronautical engineer who worked on projects with C.L."Kelly" Johnson.
This blueprint appears to be a reduction of the General Arrangement master blueprint showing views and dimensions of the front, right side, and top of the P-80 aircraft. The inset table lists the surface areas, surface movements, and weights. It is dated 1949.
The print measures ~19 inches by ~11 inches.