Phantom Showtime by Robert Taylor Remarque

Phantom Showtime by Robert Taylor Remarque

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In January 1972 Randy Cunningham and his Radar Intercept Officer Willie 'Irish' Driscoll do a flyby of USS Constellation to celebrate their first air victory against a MiG. Flying a 'Fighting Falcons' F-4J the pair achieved five victories becoming the US Navy's only Aces in the Vietnam War.

The Carrier Constellation was close in the tight Gulf of Tonkin, Cunningham wanted to do a victory roll in his Phantom call sign "Showtime 112". As the Carrier wanted to move away fast, Cunningham was told to land immediately so they could exit the Bay.

Print Size, 34" x 23

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