EB-57 over Alaska
A photographic copy of the original painting, The original of this painting was developed to present to the late Colonel Timothy Dearing... I missed handing it to him by two weeks due to his unexpected passing. It depicts a schene where he and his wingman were flying over Mt McKinley and had a loud discussion about "which way back to Eielson?" while the compasses were not working due to the northern latitudes. Dead reaconing fixed the problem, and when in the vicinity of the base approach radar acquired them and brought them home. Nervous laughter ensued, along witha great story. God Speed Tim, miss you.
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This is an artist-signed, open-edition photographic copy of the original work, printed on Linen texture paper for durabilitiy and effect. Size: 8 1/2" x 11 1/2".
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