Take advantage of the rare opportunity to own commemorative artwork signed by a World War II ace!
Stan Stokes. A continuing source of fascination among aviation enthusiasts, Pappy Boyington and his VMF-214 "Black Sheep" were one of the most successful Marine flying units of the war. Among their many daring duties included escorting Allied bombers as they attacked the extremely well-fortified Japanese stronghold at Rabaul Harbor. This limited edition print captures Colonel Boyington's Corsair in the forefront, with wingman Lt. Col. Robert W. McClung and his warbird in close formation, as they approach Imperial territory. This limited edition print comes signed by the artist and McClung — an ace who finished the war with 7 aerial victories! 22"x 18".