Purchase an accompanying Giclee portrait of Ace Jack Jones on a 9" x 12" canvas to display with your print!
A limited edition of 100 Signed & Numbered Giclees on canvas or heavy paper. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Choose from the following Giclee sizes in your choice of either paper or canvas:
12" x 18"..............$175
16" x 24"..............$265
20" x 30"..............$375
24" x 36"..............$425
30" x 44"..............$525
34" x 50"..............$625
40" x 60"..............$750
June 9, 1942. American bombers are on a raid from Port Moresby to Lae, New Guinea. They are
escorted by P-400s of the 35FG, 39FS. 1st Lt. Jack Jones is on his first combat mission. The Japanese
decide to engage the bomber formation in force, and a large fight erupts just north of Cape Ward
Hunt. 15 Victory Ace Warrant Officer Satoshi Yoshino, from Tainan Kokutai, sees Jones coming
down after him. Satoshi goes vertical in his Zero as he knows any American that follows will stall
first, and add to his list of victories. Jack, coming out of a dive, watches Yoshino climb and Jones
follows him into the vertical. Jack's dive momentum keeps him from stalling, and he fires at the
Zero with 50 cal. and 20mm. As Jones flies past his First Victory, Satoshi, not wearing a parachute,
climbs out of his smoking cockpit. Satoshi, looking up at his victor, heads for the ocean below in his
final act. Jack will finish his combat tour with 5 Victories, his first in the P-400, and 4 in a P-38.