Martin B-26 Marauder bombers attack a railway depot in Germany in late 1944. B-26 Belle Ringer in the foreground was flown by 1st Lt. Robert D. Sullivan.
Of a total edition of 1250, 500 are signed by the artist only and 750 are additionally signed by:
First Lieutenant ROBERT D. SULLIVAN
Enlisted in the Army Air Corps as a Private on Dec 8th, 1941. Served as Drill Sergeant, Aviation Mechanic, and Aviation Cadet. Later as Bomb Sight Maintenance Officer, Chemical Warfare Officer, and Aircraft Armament Officer before becoming a pilot on the B-26 Martin Marauder in which he flew 67 combat missions.
Decorations include: Good Conduct Ribbon, Air Medal with 7 Oak Leaf Clusters, Distinguished Unit Citation Badge with 1 oak leaf cluster, American Campaign Medal, European, African, and Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with 5 Silver Stars, World War Two Victory Medal, French Croix-de-Guerre avec Palme.