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Compare Aircraft Results - de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito vs Lockheed P-38 Lightning

Comparison of the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito Multirole Heavy Fighter / Fighter-Bomber Aircraft and the Lockheed P-38 Lightning Single-Seat, Twin-Engine Heavy Fighter / Fighter-Bomber Aircraft.

Compare Aircraft Results - de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito vs Lockheed P-38 Lightning

Comparison of the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito Multirole Heavy Fighter / Fighter-Bomber Aircraft and the Lockheed P-38 Lightning Single-Seat, Twin-Engine Heavy Fighter / Fighter-Bomber Aircraft.

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Your comparison results are showcased below. Reported values with a number '0' appearing in fields reflect that the value is not available (NA) in our database (this can prove the case with some X-plane / developmental designs). Rotary-wing (that is, Helicopter) systems have their 'width' based on the overall main rotor diameter. UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) entries may display their crew value as the number '0', not taking into account their ground-based pilots.

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de Havilland Mosquito NF.Mk 30
Lockheed P-38J Lightning
Crew
2
1
Production
7,781 units [Diff.-2,142]
9,923 units [Diff.+2,142]
Length
44.52 ft (13.57 m) [Diff.+6.69 ft]
37.83 ft (11.53 m) [Diff.-6.69 ft]
Width
54.13 ft (16.50 m) [Diff.+2.13 ft]
52.00 ft (15.85 m) [Diff.-2.13 ft]
Height
12.50 ft (3.81 m) [Diff.+2.69 ft]
9.81 ft (2.99 m) [Diff.-2.69 ft]
Empty Wt.
13,417 lb (6,086 kg) [Diff.+617 lb]
12,800 lb (5,806 kg) [Diff.-617 lb]
MTOW
21,627 lb (9,810 kg) [Diff.+26 lb]
21,601 lb (9,798 kg) [Diff.-26 lb]
Power
2 x Rolls-Royce Merlin 76 V-12 liquid-cooled inline piston engines developing 1,710 horsepower driving three-bladed propeller units.
2 x Allison V-1710-111 water-cooled inline piston engines developing 1,425 horsepower driving three-bladed propeller units.
Speed
407 mph (655 kph) [Diff.-7 mph]
414 mph (666 kph) [Diff.+7 mph]
Range
1,299 miles (2,091 km) [Diff.-938 miles]
2,237 miles (3,600 km) [Diff.+938 miles]
Ceiling
38,025 ft (11,590 m) [Diff.-5,938 feet]
43,963 ft (13,400 m) [Diff.+5,938 feet]
Armament
STANDARD:
4 x 7.7mm Browning machine guns in nose
4 x 20mm Hispano cannons mounted under the nose

OPTIONAL (Model Dependent):
Between 500lb and 4,000lb of internal stores in bomb bay (reconnaissance equipment, specialized mission equipment, leaflets, munitions, extra fuel, etc...).
1 x 57mm autocannon in nose (in place of 4 x cannons).
4 x 7.7mm Browning machine guns in underfuselage gunpack.
2 x 250lb / 500lb bombs underwing
8 x High-Explosive, Armor-Piercing rockets underwing.
1 x Torpedo externally held under the fuselage
STANDARD:
1 x 20mm Automatic cannons in the nose.
4 x 0.50 caliber Browning Heavy Machine Guns in nose.

OPTIONAL:
10 x 5" high-explosive aerial rockets.
2 x Fuel Drop Tanks.
2 x 500lb Conventional Drop Bombs.

Up to 4,000lb (908kg) of underwing stores.
Relative Size Comparison
NOTES: Shapes below depict aircraft from wingtip-to-wingtip / nose-to-tail assuming aircraft are being viewed from overhead perspective (the nose pointing towards the top of your screen). Helicopter widths include main rotor diameter. If any dimensional values are "NA" in our database then the presented shapes will appear skewed.
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de Havilland Mosquito NF.Mk 30
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Lockheed P-38J Lightning
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