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Veteran-signed prints of my artwork

Like time, quantities are finite

veteran's signature is not shown; usually it's under the nose

For a photograph of the actual print ,  email me

 

(click picture to learn more about the airplane/pilot/crewman too!)

For WWII veteran-signed prints, click here

For Korean War/Cold War veteran-signed prints, click here

For Vietnam War veteran-signed prints, click here

Looking for the John C. Waldron, Battle of Midway print "Dakota Warrior"? Click here!

"Silver WASP"

Boeing PT-17 Stearman

signed by pilot

"Bee" Haydu

Women Airforce Service Pilot

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for the story!

NOTE:  The WASPs are legend...and I got to draw the Stearman of what I can only

imagine to be the finest of them all.

"Yessir"

Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsair

signed by pilot

Joe McPhail

VMF-214

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for story!

NOTE:  A reader insisted I interview Joe on account of his WWII service.  However,

Joe wanted me to focus on his time as a "Black Sheep Squadron" member in Korea!

"Barrell House Bessie"

Martin PBM-3 Mariner

signed by pilot

Cass Phillips

VPB-20

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for Cass's story (includes video)

"Popeye"

Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat

signed by pilot

Sam Folsom

VMF-121/VMF-111

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for Sam's story

NOTE:  Cass also few PBYs in the Aleutian Island campaign.  And do check out Cass's

pretty-awesome video clips in my blog post!

NOTE:  Sam Folsom flew at Guadalcanal with the "Cactus Air Force" and painted the Marine-dressed "Popeye" artwork on his Samoan-based F4F

"Every Picture Tells a Story"

Douglas B-18 "Bolo"

signed by cameraman

Stanley Lieberman

86th OS

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for Stanley's story

NOTE:  Stan Lieberman watched the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.  Two days later, he was assigned to photograph the destruction from the air.

"The Wind Beneath

Your Wings"

North American A-36

signed by pilot

Chris Morgan

311th FBG

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for Chris's story (OGTA episode)

NOTE:  Chris Morgan's beautiful story of courage and redemption was made into an episode of "Old Guys and Their Airplanes."  Click here to watch.

"There.  And Back"

F-4 and C-141 print series

signed by pilot

Captain "Charlie" Plumb

 

 

Please click here for more information

NOTE:  Captain Plumb's story of returning to the infamous "Hanoi Hilton" prison complex is documented in the Old Guys and Their Airplanes episode, "There. And Back."

 

To watch the episode, click here.

 

For print information, click here.

"2055"

MiG-17F

signed by pilot

Le Hai

923rd FR

 

 

SIZE:  9x13

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $200

 

Click here for Le Hai's story (part 1)

NOTE:  Le Hai ended the Vietnam War as an ace with 6 victories and later became a general in the Vietnam People's Air Force

"2049"

MiG-17F

signed by pilot

Nguyen Van Bay

923rd FR

 

 

SIZE:  9x13

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $200

 

Click here for Van Bay's story (part 1)

NOTE:  Nguyen Van Bay achieved 7 aerial victories against American aircraft.  Today, he is a farmer and naturalist living near Ho Chi Minh City

"Their brother's keepers"

Boeing B-17F

signed by Crew Chief

John DeBerg

385th BG

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for John's  story

NOTE:  John DeBerg is one of the very few ground crew to have received the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC).

"A-Bar"

North American P-51D

signed by pilot

Newton "Newt" Cobb

364th FG

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for Newt's story

NOTE:  Shot down in the final days of WWII, Newt Cobb is one of, if not the, last POWs of the European Theatre

"339"

Lockheed U-2R

signed by pilot

Stan Rauch

9th SRW

 

 

SIZE:  13x19

 

VALUATION:  Rare, $300

 

Click here for Stan's story

NOTE:  Part aircraft, part spacecraft, the U-2 is a wonder of aviation.   What is most amazing is just how narrow the machine's flight envelope really is!  But you can learn more about that by reading Stan's cool story.  :)

More WWII Veteran-signed prints here

More Korean War/Cold War Veteran-signed prints here

More Vietnam War Veteran-signed prints here

 

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