Take advantage of the rare opportunity to own commemorative artwork signed by four World War II "Flying Tiger" aviators!
Stan Stokes. Flying in the Chinese Air Force from December of 1941 through mid-1942, the 1st American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers" — whose aircraft sported the signature Shark Mouth artwork — continue to capture the imagination of aviation enthusiasts more than 70 years after their service. They were responsible for destroying nearly 300 airborne enemy fighters and another 240 on the ground, forcing the Japanese to commit more resources to China than they had planned. This limited edition print depicts a P-40 Warhawk painted with the famous Shark Mouth artwork flying next to an F2A Buffalo, and comes signed by the artist and four Flying Tigers: Major General Carl Brown, Flight Leader Joe Rospert, Flight Leader Dick Rossi, and Vice Squadron Leader Charles Bond. 16"x 11½".