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Incident off Tsushima

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Limited Edition of 199...$200.00

10 AP's & 10 Canvas Prints  (Prints come Rolled)...$285.00

Signed and Numbered by the Artist 

Image Size: 26" x 17"

Support: Epson archival media, Epson K3 pigment-based ink


Plane Type:  PB4Y-2 Privateers

A strenuous defensive effort was undertaken by crewmen of two U.S. Navy VPB-109 PB4Y-2 Privateers when their aircraft neared Tsushima, southwest of Pusan, Korea, on 15 May 1945.  The had inadvertently flown into airspace protected by the 343rd Naval Air Group, an elite Imperial Japanese Navy air group, which attacked repeatedly in a long-running battle as the bombers labored to distance themselves as far out to sea as possible.  Two Shiden-Kai fighters (Kawanishi N1K2-J), code-named “George” were claimed destroyed by the VPB-109 gunners during the battle.

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