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Aviation Art Prints shows that the Curtis P-40 came in several versions, the P-40C - Tomahawk, the P-40F, Kittyhawk II, the P-40N, Kittyhawk IV, and the Curtis P-40 Warhawk.  These planes were manufactured by Curtiss Wright Corporation.  The engines varied from a 1040 hp Allison V-12 to a 1200 hp Allison V-12.  The maximum speed was 343 mph with an initial climb rate of 2,120 fpm for the N version.  the P-40N weighed 6,700 lbs. empty and 11,400 lbs. max.  The length was 33' 4" Wingspan 37' 3.5" and the height was 12' 4"  The first flight of the Curtis P-40 was January 1940,  the experimental version of the P-40 was first flown in October 1939.   There are many versions of this plane, these specs cover only one version.  Aviation Art Prints and Posters are an investment in maintaining history and keeping it in the eyes of yourself and others.   What did it take to keep America, America.  These P-40 Warhawk Aviation Art Prints, like Robert Taylor Aviation Art, add a special interest to your home or office.
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USAAF World War II Fighters Shirt - XX-Large

Made of a 50% cotton/50% polyester blend, this screen-printed, ash gray-colored t-shirt features a U.S. Army Air Force emblem on the front and, on the back, profiles of six legendary World War II fighters: the P-38 Lightning, P-39 Airacobra, P-40 Warhawk, P-47 Thunderbolt, P-51 Mustang and P-61 Black Widow.
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USAAF World War II Fighters Shirt - X-Large

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USAAF World War II Fighters Shirt - Large

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Tigers Claws0007246204 0007246
Tigers Claws
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Stan Stokes. Ken Jernstedt, one of 39 Flying Tiger aces of World War II with 10? confirmed victories, has just defeated a Japanese Nakajima Ki-27 "Nate." 16"x 11?"print is signed and numbered by the artist.
#0007246

Scotty's Last Combat0070344198"> 0070344
Scotty's Last Combat
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Roy Grinnell. Col. Robert Scott, the first commander of the 23rd Fighter Group - successor to Claire Chennault's Flying Tigers - attacks a formation of Japanese bombers during his last combat mission, December 26, 1942. 30"x 24" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Brig. Gen. Scott.
#0070344

Tiger Sharks of China0074403225"> 0074403
Tiger Sharks of China

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Jim Laurier. The American Volunteer Group (AVG), or "Flying Tigers" as they came to be known, flew against the Japanese before the U.S. was officially involved in WWII. After their disbandment on July 4, 1942, the pilots of the AVG were allowed to continue flying if they joined the U.S. Army Air Force's 23rd Fighter Group. One such pilot, David Lee "Tex" Hill, is shown here standing in front of his Mustang with some of his ground crew at the airfield in Kweilin, China, after returning from a mission. 24"x 18" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and three members of the 23rd Fighter Group, including "Tex" Hill.
#0074403

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Gotcha!

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Paul Wollman. John Blackburn, R.T. Smith, and "Duke" Hedman - Flying Tigers of the 3rd Squadron, "Hell's Angels" - peel off to attack a formation of Mitsubishi Ki-21 "Sally" bombers headed for a raid over Burma. This hand numbered, limited edition print measures 24"x 18".
#0070241

Tiger Pass0074401189 0074401
Tiger Pass
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Jim Laurier. David Lee "Tex" Hill flies his Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk through the hills of southwestern China, sporting perhaps the most recognizable of all WWII paint schemes: the famous shark face design of the "Flying Tigers." 27"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist and Col. Tex Hill.
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The Old Exterminator0076501207 0076501
The Old Exterminator
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Sam Lyons. Robert Scott's P-40E sits at rest during a break in the action with the Flying Tigers in China. 22?"x 15" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist and Brig. Gen. Scott.
#0076501

155.00

The Legend Begins0070336201 0070336
The Legend Begins
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Roy Grinnell. In their first World War II action, the AVG Flying Tigers - flying their distinctive P-40 Warhawks - attack Japanese bombers southeast of Kumming, China, on December 20, 1941. Limited edition 30"x 24" numbered print is signed by the artist and by 30 Flying Tigers including Tex Hill, Dick Rossi, Chuck Older, Peter Wright and Joe Rosbert.
#0070336

349.00

Bailey Doll One 0070426
Bailey Doll One
Robert Bailey. Wearing a U.S. Air Force tunic and a come-hither smile, a sultry pin-up model like those who inspired the pilots of World War II poses with a Flying Tigers P-40 Warhawk. The first in a new series by Robert Bailey, this 14?"x 26" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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U.S. Army Air Force Warbirds of WWII

This poster displays 15 U.S. Army Air Force fighters, bombers and transports - including the P-38 Lightning, P-40 Warhawk, P-47 Thunderbolt, P-51 Mustang, P-61 Black Widow, B-17 Flying Fortress, B-25 Mitchell, B-29 Superfortress, C-46 Commando, and C-47 Skytrain - from World War II along with a detailed chart citing the specifications and performance characteristics of each. 36"x 24"; laminated for increased protection.
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The Day I Owned the Sky0071993198 0071993
The Day I Owned the Sky

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Marc Stewart. Old Exterminator, the P-40 Warhawk flown by 22-victory ace Col. Robert L. Scott, Jr., the 23rd Fighter Group commander who went on to become a brigadier general, shoots down two Kawasaki Ki-48s in a single pass over Yunnan-Yi, China, on December 26, 1942. 24"x 18" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Scott.
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The Bite of the Tiger0070147196 0070147
The Bite of the Tiger
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Russell Smith. Col. Ed Rector, in his Flying Tigers P-40 Warhawk, attacks a Japanese Army convoy attempting to cross into China via the Burma Road. 33?"x 23?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and Col. Rector.
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Solo Attack

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Marii Chernev. Earning a Silver Star for this action, Lt. Philip Adair, in his 80th Fighter Group "Burma Banshees" P-40N, single-handedly attacks a force of twenty-four "Sally" bombers and thirty-five "Oscar" fighters headed for the American airfield at Nagaghuli, India, disrupting the formation before it reaches its target. 25"x 18" print.
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Flying Tigers Formation Flight Signed Photo0070185237"> 0070185
Flying Tigers Formation Flight Signed Photo
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This reprint of an authentic World War II color photograph captures the Flying Tigers in action over China. Signed by Aces David Lee "Tex" Hill and Robert Layher of the 2nd Squadron and J. Richard "Dick" Rossi of the 1st Squadron. 10"x 8" photo arrives ready to frame and includes a certificate of authenticity and full history.
#0070185

Shark Sighting0072611139 0072611
Shark Sighting

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John Shaw. Giving teeth to the Flying Tigers was Job One for the armorers who, on this day during the early months of World War II, are bore-sighting "Tex" Hill's P-40 on the firing range. This 37?"x 23" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by 11 of the original Flying Tigers, including Tex Hill who, we are sad to report, passed away on October 11th of this year.
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295.00

They Fought With What They Had0072605144 0072605
They Fought With What They Had
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John Shaw. Just days before the December, 1941 attacks on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and Clark Field, Philippine Islands, P-40 Warhawks take off as a B-17 of the 19th Bomb Group stationed at Clark is readied for the day's practice mission. 37?"x 21?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by three veterans of the 19th Bomb Group, which flew the first American bombing missions of World War II.
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195.00

Flying Tigers 2nd Squadron Signed Photo0070184240 0070184
Flying Tigers 2nd Squadron Signed Photo
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This reprint of an authentic World War II photograph captures the 2nd Squadron flanking one of their shark-mouthed P-40s. Signed by three members of the 2nd including the recently deceased David Lee "Tex" Hill. 10"x 8" photo arrives ready to frame and includes a certificate of authenticity and a full history.

The other members that signed the B&W photo are Robert Keeton, Bob Layher, Dick Ross.

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Lighthouse Louie
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Heinz Krebs. P-40s of the 325th Fighter Group - the Checkertail Clan - led by their commander, Lt. Col. Gordon Austin flying "Lighthouse Louie," take out lighthouses on the North African coast, which were often used by the Germans as early warning observation posts. 23"x 19" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Gordon Austin.
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Lighthouse Louie with a FREE Book0087237358"> 0087237
Lighthouse Louie with a FREE Book when you Purchase the Print
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Heinz Krebs. P-40s of the 325th Fighter Group - the Checkertail Clan - led by their commander, Lt. Col. Gordon Austin flying "Lighthouse Louie," take out lighthouses on the North African coast, which were often used by the Germans as early warning observation posts. 23"x 19" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Gordon Austin.
P-40 Warhawk Aces of the MTO
Aircraft of the Aces Vol. 43
Molesworth. This book details the experiences of the American P-40 pilots of the Desert Air Force and Twelfth Air Force in the North African and Mediterranean theaters during WWII. A total of 16 USAAF squadrons flew the Warhawk in the MTO, claiming 592 Axis aircraft shot down. Individually, 16 pilots scored five or more kills, and it is their exploits that are featured here. 96 pages, 105 B&W photographs, 40 color profiles, 7?"x 9?", softcover.

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Desert Sharks

Heinz Krebs.
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P-40 Warhawks of the 325th Fighter Group, the "Checkertail Clan," attack a German tank column in the Tunisian desert during the defeat of Rommel's Afrika Korps in the spring of 1943. 37"x 26" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

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Too Little, Too Late0007558225 0007558
Too Little, Too Late

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Keith Ferris. Lt. Joe Moore, in his Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk at 22,000 feet over Clark Field, defends against Japanese attackers - including Saburo Sakai in his Zero pursing Lt. Sam Grashio in his P-40E - as war begins on December 8, 1941, in the Philippines. This 31?"x 25?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by all three pilots of the planes depicted.
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245.00

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Summer of '42

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John Shaw. Curtiss Tomahawk and P-40E Kittyhawk fighters of the legendary American Volunteer Group (AVG) - the Flying Tigers - return from a patrol near their base at Kweilin, China, in mid-1942. 39?"x 21" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by 16 members of the AVG.
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295.00
Haleiwa Scramble - Welch0071829438"> 0071829
Haleiwa Scramble - Welch
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Dan Zoernig. Minutes after taking off from Haleiwa Field, 2nd Lt. George Welch in his P-40B Warhawk joins the attack on a flight of Aichi Type 99 "Val" dive bombers en route to the Marine base at Ewa Field during Japan's December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Welch and his squadron mate, 2nd Lt. Kenneth M. Taylor (bottom in print), made two flights over Hawaii that day and were the first officially decorated U.S. heroes of World War II. 13"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Haleiwa Scramble - Taylor0071824438 0071824
Haleiwa Scramble - Taylor
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Dan Zoernig. Flying a P-40B Tomahawk of the 47th Fighter Squadron stationed at Haleiwa Field, 2nd Lt. Kenneth M. Taylor downs an Aichi D3A1 "Val" dive bomber en route to the Marine base at Ewa Field during Japan's December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Taylor and his squadron mate, 2nd Lt. George Welch, made two flights over Hawaii that day and were the first officially decorated U.S. heroes of World War II. Limited edition 13"x 19" print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
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Tony Weddel. The exploits of the A.V.G. (American Volunteer Group), also known as the Flying Tigers, are now legendary. During the brief time that the Flying Tigers defended China and Burma against the incursions of the Japanese, they racked up a high kill-to-loss ratio and the gratitude of a nation. Here we see a pair of Tigers downing a Japanese fighter over the winding Burma Road. 23"x 19" print.
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Come On Banana!
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Dan Zoernig. It's June, 1943, and Sergente Maggiore Ennio Tarantola - who once sold bananas from a pushcart - shoots past in his Macchi C.202 Folgore while downing a P-40 Kittyhawk over the isle of Sardinia for his eighth aerial victory. 19"x 13" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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One Off at Darwin
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Randy Green. Capt. Andrew J. Reynolds of the 49th Fighter Group flies his P-40E Warhawk in defense of the port of Darwin, Australia in April 1942 after Japan won bases on Rabaul. 27?"x 23" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist and 49th FG ace Col. James "Duckbutt" Watkins.
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Breakthrough at Cassino0070418174 0070418
Breakthrough at Cassino

Robert Bailey.
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A P-40 Warhawk flown by 1st Lt. Ralph Giovanniello and an A-36 Apache flown by Capt. Robert Johnson lead a formation from the 27th Fighter-Bomber Group over Cassino after attacking German defensive positions atop Monastery Hill in May, 1944. 33"x 21?" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by six Cassino veterans including Giovanniello and Johnson
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195.00
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Robert Taylor. 
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Over the Hsiang Chiang river in southern China, August 5, 1944, the P-40s of the 75th and 16th Fighter Squadrons engage Nakajima fighters in a rolling dogfight. 500 S/N by artist and five of the pilots involved. 32"x 23½" print.
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Combat Over New Guinea0077073247 0077073
Combat Over New Guinea

Nicolas Trudgian.
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A P-40E Kittyhawk flown by Dick Cresswell - the commanding officer of 77 Squadron, RAAF - tangles with a Japanese Zero over New Guinea in 1942. 16"x 13" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Cresswell.
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Combat Over New Guinea with a FREE Book0087265408 0087265
Combat Over New Guinea with a FREE Book

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Nicolas Trudgian. A P-40E Kittyhawk flown by Dick Cresswell - the commanding officer of 77 Squadron, RAAF - tangles with a Japanese Zero over New Guinea in 1942. 16"x 13" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Cresswell.

Tomahawk and Kittyhawk Aces of the RAF and Commonwealth Thomas. Lend-lease P-40s became the staple fighters in several conflicts, flying with RAF, Australian and other squadrons in North Africa, the Middle East and Far East. Although often outperformed by enemy aircraft, many pilots enjoyed success. This book charts the careers of the men who "made ace" in these often underestimated fighters. 112 pages, 116 B&W photographs, 40 color profiles, 7?"x 9?", softcover.
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Tiger!0070199168 0070199
Tiger!
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Jack Fellows. This unique "Electric Art" framed print depicts Robert T. Smith of the First American Volunteer Group, "The Flying Tigers," in his original P-40C number 77, 3rd Squadron. Dramatic as it is, what makes this print extra special are the two mini light bulbs on the wings and L.E.D. lights on the fuselage that actually light up! Truly a fun and unique piece. 36"x 20" print is powered by an included AC adaptor and arrives ready to hang.
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Jack Fellows. 
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Robert T. Smith of the First American Volunteer Group, "The Flying Tigers," in his original P-40C, number 77, 3rd Squadron. 36"x 20¼" print.
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Somewhere in China0071832204 0071832
Somewhere in China
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Dan Zoernig. Displaying its menacing shark's mouth nose art, a P-40C Warhawk of the 3rd Squadron "Hell's Angels," American Volunteer Group Flying Tigers, awaits its next mission. 19"x 13" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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America Strikes Back0007045289 0007045
America Strikes Back

Robert Taylor.
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This dramatic print shows USAAF pilot Ken Taylor in his P-40, with George Welch in close company, bringing down his second Japanese Val on December 7, 1941. In the background, pillars of smoke rise from Hangar 6 housing the naval float planes and from the up-turned battleship Oklahoma. 30"x 23" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist, Brig. Gen. Ken Taylor and four other distinguished pilots. Includes a FREE commemorative poster.

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319.00

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Curtiss Hawk 81-A-2
Thomas Tullis.
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This profile view of Charles Older's P-40 depicts his famous Flying Tigers paint scheme and features a brief biographical statement about this AVG double-ace. 17"x 11" gicl? print is signed by the artist.
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Curtiss P-40E Warhawk0070504195 0070504
Curtiss P-40E Warhawk

Thomas Tullis.
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This profile view of Col. Robert L. Scott's fighter depicts his famous Flying Tigers paint scheme from July 1942, when he commanded Claire Chennault's 23rd Fighter Group. Also features a brief biographical statement about this AVG leader. 17"x 11" gicl? print is signed by the artist.

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Old Exterminator0007072213 0007072
Old Exterminator
Robert Scott
Ernie Boyette.
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Signed by Col. Robert Scott, author of God is My Co-Pilot, this limited edition print features a profile-view of his P-40 with the famed Flying Tigers markings. Known as the "One Man Air Force" because of his countless successful missions in Old Exterminator, he flew over 100,000 miles and nearly 500 hours of combat. Print measures 24"x 18" and is also signed by the artist.
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Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Data Poster0070757225 0070757
Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Data Poster

Ted Williams.
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This fact-filled poster includes a large three-view drawing of the Warhawk; illustrations of significant P-40s including aircraft from the Flying Tigers, the Aleutian Tigers and the Burma Banshees; aircraft specifications; and brief commentary on the Warhawk's development and features. It's as informative as it is decorative! 24"x 18".

#0070757
USAAC/USAF Fighters Throw0067003370 0067003
USAAC/USAF Fighters Throw
0067003

Trace the evolution of the U.S. Army Air Corps' - and later the U.S. Air Force's - finest aircraft with this throw featuring 15 aircraft including a P-26A, an F-104 Starfighter, a P-40C Tomahawk, an F-4C Phantom and an F-16 Falcon. The richly detailed woven images commemorate these fine aircraft and pay tribute to all those who flew them. 48"x 60" throw; 100% cotton.
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Aviation Art Prints measure approx.12"x16.5"(297mm x 420mm) and are printed on 240gsm card.

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Ken Jernstedt, one of 39 Flying Tiger aces of World War II with 10? confirmed victories, has just defeated a Japanese Nakajima Ki-27

Col. Robert Scott, the first commander of the 23rd Fighter Group - successor to Claire Chennault's Flying Tigers - attacks a formation of Japanese bombers during his last combat mission, December 26, 1942.

 The American Volunteer Group (AVG), or "Flying Tigers" as they came to be known, flew against the Japanese before the U.S. was officially involved in WWII. After their disbandment on July 4, 1942, the pilots of the AVG were allowed to continue flying if they joined the U.S. Army Air Force's 23rd Fighter Group. One such pilot, David Lee "Tex" Hill, is shown here standing in front of his Mustang with some of his ground crew at the airfield in Kweilin, China, after returning from a mission.

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0001403Pilot's Manual P-40 Warhawk
Soft bound Book
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A reprint of the official government handbook designed to show the new cadet how  to fly the aircraft. Heavily illustrated with all the data. 22 pgs. with detailed charts  and diagrams. 8½"x 11", sfbd.    ....#0001403 
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This plane was also known as the P-40 Warhawk, Flying Tiger and the Tiger Shark. 
It was made famous by General Claire Chennault of the Flying Tigers Squadron.
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and here's what I found: 2597 flying tiger  136  flying restaurant tiger  92  flying jacket tiger 76  flying line tiger 72  flying picture tiger  68 p 40 flying tiger 61  2 flying tiger war world  60  airline flying tiger  55  flying patch tiger  53 AVG flying tiger 46  flying p40 tiger 36  flying last tiger  33 flying logo tiger 28  flying museum tiger 25  band flying tiger.

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