Take advantage of the rare opportunity to own commemorative artwork signed by a USAAF pilot training officer!
Stan Stokes. The USAAF's first modern aircraft designed specifically as a night fighter, the P-61 Black Widow was initially delivered to Allied forces in 1944. It was the largest and most powerful fighter of World War II, also responsible for the final U.S. aerial victory on August 14, 1945. This limited edition print depicts a Black Widow piloted by Major Carroll C. Smith of the 418th Squadron, Fifth Air Force — one of only two pilots to attain ace status in the P-61 — against a colorful Pacific backdrop in late 1944. Arrives signed by the artist and Colonel Leonard Hall, the USAAF officer responsible for training Major Smith! 16"x 11½".