The KC-10 has proven to be an indispensable tool for the US Air Force, sustaining and increasing the endurance of both pilot and plane, allowing global reach and force multiplication to any mission.
In "The Extenders," by artist Dru Blair, several KC-10's are depicted lining up for take off as the crews prepare to launch yet another vital support mission. The fog shrouded runway creates an aura of intrigue and mystique, and is consistent with the quiet reputation of this essential, but often overlooked aircraft as it carries out its critical task.
The KC-10 is known for it's awesome power, and it is rumored that were it not for the effects of drag, and the necessity of an atmosphere for the air-breathing engines, the KC-10 is powerful enough to achieve orbit.
"The Extenders" is carefully reproduced on Museum quality Archival Stock, each print is individually signed, numbered and inspected by the artist for color consistency and accuracy and is limited to 950 signed and numbered lithographs, and 100 artist proofs.
A certificate of authenticity is offered with each print.