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AVG Edition with 17 signatures!
Overall size: 39" x 21"
Image size: 34" x 15"
Curtiss Tomahawk and P-40E Kittyhawk fighters of the legendary American Volunteer Group return from a patrol near their base at Kweilin, China, during mid-1942.
Under the brilliant leadership of Claire Chennault, the AVG achieved a remarkable combat record since its debut in late 1941. It was disbanded in July, 1942 and suceeded by the 23rd Fighter Group of the United States Army Air Corps, which served with distinction to the end of the war.Individually signed by 15 or more of the following American Volunteer Group (AVG) Flying Tigers!Signatures:1st Pursuit Squadron:
Charlie BOND, Vice Squadron Leader (Ace)
Joe ROSBERT, Flight Leader (Ace)
Dick ROSSI, Flight Leader (Ace)
Morgan VAUX, Communications
2nd Pursuit Squadron:
David "Tex" HILL, Squadron Leader (Ace)
Robert "Bus" KEETON, Flight Leader
Bob LEYHER, Flight Leader
Charlie MOTT, Flight Leader
Peter WRIGHT, Flight Leader
3rd Pursuit Squadron:
Frank A. ANDERSEN, Crew Chief
Charles BAISDEN, Armorer
Keith CHRISTENSEN, Armorer
Paul CLOUTHIER, Operations
Paul "P.J." GREEN, Flight Leader
Ken JERNSTEDT, Flight Leader (Ace)
Frank LOSONSKI, Crew Chief
Joe POSHEFKO, Armorer
Leo SCHRAM, Crew Chief
Ed STILES, Crew Chief
Group Headquarters Section:
Ed JANSKI, Propeller Specialist
"Red" Foster PETACH, Nurse