Solitude Over the Grandure

A lone P-51 Mustang makes a solitary cross-country flight above the mighty and expansive Grand Canyon. At the end of WWII, hundreds of Mustangs, along with numerous other types of war surplus aircraft, made similar flights. These flights took the once noble and gallant war machines to the aircraft graveyards of the southwestern United States. Once there, these airplanes that led the allies to victory became material for the welders cutting torch. Who knows how many a pilot shed a bittersweet tear as he flew his beloved aircraft over the wondrous beauty of the Grand Canyon on its last flight.


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Solitude Over the Grandure

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Railroaded

The P-51 Mustang has been called the finest fighter aircraft of WWII. This P-51 just caught a German train in the open and he and his wingman sweep in for the attack. The print is countersigned by Col. Don Blakeslee along with one of the most famous aircraft nose artists of WWII, Mr. Don Allan. Col. Blakeslee, while being a high scoring ace and commander of the Fourth Fighter Group, holds the record for the most combat hours flown by any American during the war.

Signatures:

  • Colonel Don BLAKESLEE – WWII Ace
  • Don ALLAN – One of the most famous aircraft nose artists of WWII

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  • 600 Limited Editions – Paper Print – $125
  • 28″ x 18″

 


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