Limited Edition Print of 550

Overall Print Size – 30″ x 23″

Into the Teeth of the Wind

Bound for Tokyo, Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle launches his B-25 Mitchell from the heaving deck of the carrier USS Hornet on the morning of 18 April, 1942. Leading a sixteen-bomber force on their long distance one – way mission, the Doolittle Raiders completed the first strike at the heart of Imperial Japan since the infamous attack on Pearl Harbour four months earlier. Together, they completed one of the most audacious air raids in aviation history.

Signed by the Artist &
Major General David M. Jones
Staff Sergeant David Thatcher
Lt Colonel Richard E. Cole
Staff Sergeant Edwin Horton
Major Thomas C. Griffin

Also available is a Commemorative Proof Edition of 300 (+£260)
Additionally signed by:
Lieutenant Colonel Frank A. Kappeler
Lieutenant Colonel Chase J. Nielsen (companion print)
Colonel William M. Bower (companion print)
Lieutenant Colonel Edward J. Saylor (companion print)
Second Lieutenant Charles J. Ozuk (companion print)
Lieutenant Colonel Robert L. Hite (companion print)
Second Lieutenant William L. Birch
Mr Tung-Sheng Liu – aided aircrew to evade the Japanese

Companion print included with the Commemorative Proof Edition – ‘The Day now Dawns’   Overall Size – 16½” x 14¾”