Valor In The Pacific by Robert Taylor - with matching number companion print "Fortress Under Attack"

Valor In The Pacific by Robert Taylor - with matching number companion print "Fortress Under Attack"

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Valor in the Pacific illustrates the mighty B-29's homeward bound from a raid on Tokyo. Returning with many hours flying ahead of them over water to Saipan Island as their long-range Mustang escorts peel away.

The print is signed by four pilots who flew B-29 missions over Japan, Bob Morgan (of Memphis Belle fame) Ray Brasher, Chester Marshall and Henry Huglin. Bob Morgan was chosen to fly the first raid on Tokyo in November 1944, the other three pilots flew more that 100 missions between them.

The companion print Fortress Under Attack depicts Jay Zeamers B-17 under attack by two Mitsubishi fighters in the South Pacific in June 1943. The print is signed by Jay Zeamer Medal of Honor winner and Red Irwin the only B-29 crewman to receive the Medal of Honor which was awarded for Outstanding Bravery


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