Tuskegee Attack

Robert Bailey
Limited Edition Print
Giclée, N/A
42 W x 24 H inches

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Artwork Description

During August of 1944, the now famous Tuskegee Airmen deliver a serious message to the German army in Austria by blowing up an ammo dump. Leading the attack is P-51 Mustang ‘Travelin Lite’ of the 100th Fighter Squadron.

Signatures

  • 2nd. Lt. Christopher W. Newman 100th Fighter Squadron
  • 2nd Lt. George E. Hardy of the 99th Fight Squadron
  • S/Sgt James A. Sheppard of the 100th Fighter Squadron
  • Tech Sergeant Wilfred R. DeFour of the 366 Air Service Squadron
  • Tech Sergeant George Watson Sr. of the 366 Air Service Squadron

Available in the Following Editions:

  • 40 Limited Editions, with 5 co-signatures (27” x 15.5″)
  • 50 Studio Editions, signed by the artist only (27” x 15.5″)
  • 10 Giclées (42” x 24″)