by Robert Taylor

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Limited edition 400 $320.00
Collector's edition 350 $450.00
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Captain Walker ‘Bud’ Mahurin in formation with P-47 Thunderbolts of the 56th Fighter Group – “The Wolfpack”, climbs out through majestic clouds high above the east coast of England as they prepare to escort B-24 Liberators of the 392nd Bomb Group on a mission to the German port of Bremen, 26 November, 1943. A tough battle with the Luftwaffe lies ahead, but today the escorting “Wolfpack” will claim an ETO record, destroying more enemy aircraft in a day than any other fighter group and Mahurin will add three more victories to his tally, to become the leading Ace in the Group. The bombers have none better to protect them.

A stunning painting from the world’s foremost aviation artist personally signed by a staggering number of original Wolfpack veterans - this has to be the greatest tribute to the 56th Fighter Group ever produced.

The Limited Edition

Each print in this edition is personally signed by THREE highly respected 56th Fighter Group Pilots:

  • Colonel Walker 'Bud' Mahurin
  • Brigadier General Les C. Smith
  • Brigadier General Lyle Adrianse

The Collectors Edition

This NINE signature edition is additionally issued with Robert Taylor's pilot signed companion print 'A Pack of Wolves' and signed by the following:

  • Lieutenant John Bradshaw (Companion print)
  • Colonel Billy Gene Edens (Companion Print)
  • Captain Walter 'Wally' Groce
  • Chief Warrant Officer Russell Kyler(Companion Print)
  • Colonel Robert Rankin (Companion Print)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Edgar Whitley
34.75 x 26.5 inches
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