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Limited Edition “Scotty’s Last Combat” Print Signed by Col. Robert L. Scott

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$175.00

Following the 1942 Christmas day attack on the 23rd Fighter Group's airfield at Yeching in China's Yunnan Province, Group Commander Col. Robert L. Scott put all his pilots on alert and began constant airborne patrols at dawn.

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Following the 1942 Christmas day attack on the 23rd Fighter Group's airfield at Yeching in China's Yunnan Province, Group Commander Col. Robert L. Scott put all his pilots on alert and began constant airborne patrols at dawn. A report came in of a large formation of Japanese aircraft headed their way. At 20,000 feet, Scott spotted the formation of nine Kawasaki Ki-48 bombers and one observation plane escorted by nine fighters 3,000 feet below. Diving on the Japanese formation, Scott set his sight on the lead bomber. From Col. Robert L. Scotts combat report: "From 500 yards I saw tracers going into the leader then into the second ship on left of leader...As my fire went into the third bomber, I saw the second plane explode." The Japanese raid had turned into a rout. Ten of their aircraft were confirmed destroyed with another five listed as "probable’s". It was Col. Robert L. Scott's last combat. This fine art Print by Roy Grinnel commemorates Scott’s last combat flight and is numbered, and signed by Col. Robert L. Scott. Limited in quantity, Print includes a Certificate of Authenticity. Measures about 30”w x 24”h.

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Following the 1942 Christmas day attack on the 23rd Fighter Group's airfield at Yeching in China's Yunnan Province, Group Commander Col. Robert L. Scott put all his pilots on alert and began constant airborne patrols at dawn. A report came in of a large formation of Japanese aircraft headed their way. At 20,000 feet, Scott spotted the formation of nine Kawasaki Ki-48 bombers and one observation plane escorted by nine fighters 3,000 feet below. Diving on the Japanese formation, Scott set his sight on the lead bomber. From Col. Robert L. Scotts combat report: "From 500 yards I saw tracers going into the leader then into the second ship on left of leader...As my fire went into the third bomber, I saw the second plane explode." The Japanese raid had turned into a rout. Ten of their aircraft were confirmed destroyed with another five listed as "probable’s". It was Col. Robert L. Scott's last combat. This fine art Print by Roy Grinnel commemorates Scott’s last combat flight and is numbered, and signed by Col. Robert L. Scott. Limited in quantity, Print includes a Certificate of Authenticity. Measures about 30”w x 24”h.

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2. please specify frame type, color and with or without matting

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