The B-52 Stratofortress

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Prints of the B 52 Stratofortress

We have many offering of B 52 Stratofortress prints, from the profile drawing of George Bieda, to renditions by many  outstanding avaiation artists. Keep strolling down to view them all!

B-52G & B-52H Stratofortress Profile Drawing Prints by George E. Bieda

Profile drawing of a B-52H Stratofortress by George BiedaProfile drawing of a B-52G Stratofortress by George BiedaOnce again, acclaimed artist George Bieda has captured the size and majesty of one of America's most prolific bombers, while maintaining the flexibility to customize each print!  George has depicted the B-52 "BUFF" ("Big, Ugly, Fat Fellow") in both the G and H models, and can add the custom markings for any of the USAF Bomb Squadrons that flew them.  The sample image on the right is a B-52G from the 744th Bomb Squadron.  On the left is of a B-52H from the 93rd Bomb Squadron. 

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The B-52 Stratofortress Profile Drawing by George E. Bieda
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B-52H Stratofortress (On Ramp)

B-52H Stratofortress On Ramp by Jim StovallA gifted artist, here is Jim Stovall's second in the series of B-52 sketches.  Jim depicts the "H" model of the BUFF preparing for take-off.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.  CLICK HERE to see our page of B-52s depicted in flight, and to peruse Jim's other two sketches.  The word "SAMPLE" does not appear on the actual print, and is for copyright purposes only.

"The B-52H Stratofortress (On Ramp)" by Jim Stovall

14" x 32" Signed/Numbered Limited Edition Print
Qty: Price: $35

 

"In Praise of Older Bombers" by Dru Blair

In Praise of Older Bombers by Dru BlairFor nearly five decades, the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress has stood as a symbol of America's determination to defend liberty and freedom around the world.  This remarkable aircraft has achieved an unparalleled record of versatility, endurance, and precision, even in a world of constantly shifting combat environments and technology.  With continuing upgrades, the "BUFF" will be a potent asset well into the twenty-first century.

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In Praise of Older Bombers, by artist Dru Blair, salutes this venerable war machine and celebrates the spirit of American Technology.  Carefully reproduced on 100lb. Archival Stock.  All larger prints have sold out--only the 7" x 17" Open Edition is available.

"In Praise of Older Bombers" by Dru Blair"
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Linebacker In The Buff

Linebacker in the BUFF by Keith FerrisA 99th Bomb Wing Boeing B-52D enroute to Hanoi during Operation Linebacker II in December 1972.

For eleven days in December 1972, Boeing B-52s penetrated the strongest air defense network ever encountered in the history of aerial warfare to bomb military targets in Hanoi and Haiphong, North Vietnam. Code named Linebacker II, this operation brought the North Vietnamese to the bargaining table to end the Vietnam War. The crews who flew the B-52s in Southeast Asia called the aircraft "BUFF".

B-52D 55-0094 is seen at sun-down, eastbound from U Tapao, Thailand to its target in Hanoi.

The artist, Keith Ferris, flew a combat mission in 094 to the Mu Gia Pass in North Vietnam in November 1968. 094 stands today, retired to static display at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas.  Click on the thumbnail image to see a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.  Each of these limited edition prints is signed and numbered by the artist.

"Linebacker In The Buff" by Keith Ferris

18" x 39" Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Print
Qty: Price: $250

B-52G Stratofortress (Dropping Bombs)

The B-52G Stratofortress by Jim StovallHere is one of Jim Stovall's black and white sketches, this time of a BUFF raining steel on the enemy below.  This signed and numbered limited edition print measures 18" x 30".  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.  The word "SAMPLE" does not appear on the actual print, and is for copyright purposes only.

"The B-52G Stratofortress (Dropping Bombs)" by Jim Stovall

18" x 30" Signed/Numbered Limited Edition Print
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The B-52H Stratofortress (Minot)

The B-52H Stratofortress by Jim StovallJim Stovall depicts another model of the Stratofortress in flight, this time an "H" from Minot AFB.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.

 

"The B-52H Stratofortress (Minot)" by Jim Stovall

18" x 24" Signed/Numbered Limited Edition Print
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Mountain Fortress

Mountain Fortress by Dru BlairThe B-52H Stratofortress was one of the most formidable aircraft in the world, ever.  Dru Blair's Mountain Fortress depicts B-52H #1040 during a low level mission.  The sheer size of this giant makes for some interesting flying at this altitude.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view.  Then click your browser's BACK button to return here. 

"Mountain Fortress" by Dru Blair
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The Lone Star Lady

The Lone Star Lady by Phillip WestBased at Anderson AFB on the island of Guam, The Lone Star Lady leads the way on yet another B-52 Stratofortress bombing mission over Hanoi, North Vietnam during the winter of 1972.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view.  Then click your browser's BACK button to return here.

 

"The Lone Star Lady" by Phillip West

19.5" x 27" Signed/Numbered Limited Edition Print
Qty: Price: $95

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