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Bogey's Eleven O'Clock High

Bogey's Eleven O'Clock High

 

Signed Limited Edition Print - World War II - Robert Taylor

Doug Canning breaks radio silence to call the sighting of Admiral Yamamoto's flight over the pacific island of Bourganville, 18 April 1943. 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.

Real Size: 38" x 24"

Edition : 1250 (worldwide)

Signed by the artist, Robert Taylor

Additional Signatures
Colonel John W. Mitchell, Lieutenant Colonel Roger J Ames, Colonel Rex Barber, Lieutenant Colonel Doug Canning, Captain Delton Goerke, Captain Larry Graebener, Lieutenant Colonel Besby F Holmes, Major Julius 'Jack' Jacobson, Lieutenant Colonel Louis R Kittel

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