BOGEYS! 11 O’CLOCK HIGH

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Doug Canning breaks radio silence to call the sighting of Admiral Yamamoto’s flight over the pacific island of Bourganville, 18 April 1943.
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1250 Limited Edition Signed by eight P-38 Pilots $320.00
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50 Publishers Proof Two print portfolio with a total of thirteen signatures $595.00
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Description

After a two and a half hour, four hundred mile flight just above the waves, mission leader John Mitchell and his 16 ship raiding party push their P-38s to full power to complete one of the most remarkable ambushes in aviation history.

THE LIMITED EDITION

Each print is signed by EIGHT of the P-38 Lightning pilots who flew the most successful intercept mission of World War II:

Colonel JOHN MITCHELL – 16 victories
Lieutenant Colonel ROGER J. AMES
Colonel REX BARBER – 5 victories
Lieutenant Colonel DOUG CANNING
Captain DELTON GOERKE
Captain LARRY GRAEBENER
Major JULIUS JACOBSON
Lieutenant Colonel LOUIS R KITTEL – 5 victories

THE PUBLISHER PROOF

Issued with a companion Pencil Print: As a tribute to the countless personnel who played vital roles behind the scenes, some at great personal risk, to enable the success of the Yamamoto mission, this exclusive edition of just 50 Publisher Proofs was issued with a matching-numbered companion print reproduced from an original drawing by Robert Taylor.  Each companion print is personally signed by four ground crew personnel who contributed in a significant way to the success of the Yamamoto mission, as well as another P-38 Ace who flew on the mission, making a total of THIRTEEN signatures.

JACK BENNER – Head of the Motor Pool
ROBERT KAUFFMAN – Aircraft Crew Chief
ALFRED J MAISTRELLI – Aircraft Crew Chief
W.L. “BEARCAT” STUTZ – Asst. Armament Chief
Lieutenant Colonel BESBY F HOLMES – Pilot / 6 victories

THE BACK-ROOM BOYS

 

Ground crews on a forward island strip brief a P-38 Pilot on the readiness of his aircraft for flight following a repair of battle damage, Guadalcanal 1943.

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Overall Print Size

38 x 24 inches

Release Date

1993

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