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Odds Of Valor by Matthew Waki

Odds Of Valor by Matthew Waki


Of all the great aces in the ETO during World War II- only one was awarded America's highest decoration for bravery- the Congressional Medal of Honor. On January 11th- 1944- P-51 pilot Major James Howard found himself separated from fellow escort fighters and with a major German challenge to the bombers relying on him for protection. Engaging a vastly superior force of Luftwaffe fighters- Howard pressed on his aggressive attack ending with three German fighters destroyed and one damaged; the remaining enemy fighters abandoned their attack. Upon return to his base only a single bullet hole was found in Howard's Mustang.
Personally autographed by Medal of Honor recipient Brigadier General James H. Howard
Print size: 28w X 20h
Limited edition of: 950 signed and numbered
Details
Artist Name SKU Price: Quantity
Waki, Matthew 116 $145.00
Width: 28.00"
Height: 20.00"