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Number 20 for Joe Print Signed by Joe Foss

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P2122
$175.00

On the morning of November 12th, 1942, 8 Marine Corps F4F-4 Wildcats led by Captain Joe Foss, who had scrambled his flight minutes earlier in response to intelligence that a Japanese force had taken off beyond Bougainville, the stubby little Grumman fighters climbed out to level off at 29,000”.

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On the morning of November 12th, 1942, 8 Marine Corps F4F-4 Wildcats led by Captain Joe Foss, who had scrambled his flight minutes earlier in response to intelligence that a Japanese force had taken off beyond Bougainville, the stubby little Grumman fighters climbed out to level off at 29,000”. After orbiting for 45 minutes, Foss spotted a formation of 31 Betty bombers over the east point of Florida Island, at least 20,000” below. "Let's go gang", Foss called to his flight as he did a wingover and pushed into a full-throttle dive. Coming down almost vertically above the bombers at over 500 mph, Foss opened up. As he flashed past, he could see smoke streaming from the bomber's engines. With a gut-wrenching pull-up, he climbed above the formation and repeated the diving attack, knocking down his second Betty of the day. A few minutes later, Captain Foss encountered a Mitsubishi Zero, which he shot down for his 22nd victory in 30 days of combat. This limited edition Print has been signed by the late Joe Foss along with the artist, the late Roy Grinnell. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity and measures about 30”w x 24”h.

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On the morning of November 12th, 1942, 8 Marine Corps F4F-4 Wildcats led by Captain Joe Foss, who had scrambled his flight minutes earlier in response to intelligence that a Japanese force had taken off beyond Bougainville, the stubby little Grumman fighters climbed out to level off at 29,000”. After orbiting for 45 minutes, Foss spotted a formation of 31 Betty bombers over the east point of Florida Island, at least 20,000” below. "Let's go gang", Foss called to his flight as he did a wingover and pushed into a full-throttle dive. Coming down almost vertically above the bombers at over 500 mph, Foss opened up. As he flashed past, he could see smoke streaming from the bomber's engines. With a gut-wrenching pull-up, he climbed above the formation and repeated the diving attack, knocking down his second Betty of the day. A few minutes later, Captain Foss encountered a Mitsubishi Zero, which he shot down for his 22nd victory in 30 days of combat. This limited edition Print has been signed by the late Joe Foss along with the artist, the late Roy Grinnell. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity and 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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