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Setting The Trap

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Setting The Trap
Open Edition
Un-signed and Un-numbered

Open Edition Paper Prints -
Small- Image size: 10" x 16" - $99.50
Medium- Image size: 16" x 24" - $155.00
Large- Image size: 24" x 36" - $225.00

Open Edition Canvas Prints - (Comes Rolled)
Small- Image size: 10" x 16" - $110.00
Medium- Image size: 16" x 24" - $175.00
Large- Image size: 24" x 36" - $255.00

Limited Edition of 50 Canvases - $695.00
S/N by the Artist
Image size- 40" x 60"
(Comes rolled with certificate)

Please Note: Peter Chilelli's prints come in different aspect ratios for each image, so sizes will vary!

Plane type: McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

Operation Bolo (Col Robin Olds) was a United States Air Force mission during the Vietnam War, considered to be a successful combat ruse.

The mission was a response to the heavy losses sustained during the Operation Rolling Thunder aerial-bombardment campaign of 1966, during which Vietnam People's Air Force fighter jets had evaded U.S. escort fighters and attacked U.S. bombers flying predictable routes. On January 2, 1967, U.S. Air Force F-4 Phantom II multirole fighters flew a mission along flight paths typically used by the bombers during Rolling Thunder. The ruse drew an attack by Vietnamese Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 interceptors, whose pilots expected to find heavily loaded fighter-bombers. Instead, they were met by the far more agile F-4s, which shot down between five and seven of the MiGs.

The battle prompted VPAF pilots and strategists, as well as Soviet tacticians, to re-evaluate the tactics and deployment of the MiG-21.

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