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Rampage of the Roaring 20's

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L/E of 199 Giclee prints
L/E of 10 A/P's on Paper or Canvas 
S/N by the Artist
Image Size: 17" X 30"
Paper Size: 24" X 36"

Plane Type: A-20

This reproduction of an oil painting portrays two aircraft from the 386th Bomb Squadron, 312th Bomb Group, during a highly successful attack by 75 A-20s on the Boela oil fields on the northeast coast of the island of Ceram, Netherlands East Indies, on July 14, 1944. The aircraft visible on this image is GLORIA C II, A-20G-25 #43-9114, the Havoc of 1/Lt. Paul F. Teague. On the left, his wingman, 1/Lt. Edgar A. Hambleton, can be seen in his aircraft JE REVIENS, A-20G-30 #43-9458. They are bombing and strafing their way across the target with exploding oil tanks and installations below, and offshore oil derricks and pumps visible in the background.

The original art was an oil painting on panel, 24" x 36", commissioned for the use of a book cover artwork for the history of the 312th Bomb Group in WW II.


PLANE JUNKIE - The Roaring 20's by Jack Fellows (A-20)

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