FOURTH FIGHTER PATROL
Climbing on full power, P-51 Mustangs of the Fourth Fighter Group patrol the skies over northern France ahead of the main force of Eighth Air Force bombers, 1944.
WWII’s most successful offensive fighter aircraft, the P-51 Mustang, is majestically portrayed in this spectacular painting by Robert Taylor.
We are honoured that four such eminent and distinguished fighter pilots should endorse this outstanding edition by one of the world's greatest aviation painters.
- Colonel Don Blakeslee
- Colonel James Goodson
- Major General Chesley G. Peterson DFC
- Lieutenant Colonel Jim Clark
- 33 x 25 inches
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