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CAPing the Tico

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CAP is an acronym among pilots for Combat Air Patrol.  CAPing the Tico is the newest Phillips print featuring an aircraft carrier, and availability is already limited.  What sets it apart, however, is that this great work of aviation art honors Admiral James B. Stockdale, leader of the first American air attacks against North Vietnam in 1964, leader of an organized resistance by all POWs against enemy interrogation and torture, and recipient of America's highest decoration for gallantry, the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Bill's artwork depicts the Crusaders of Squadron 51 assigned to CAP above the USS Ticonderoga during Vietnam War.  Inventory is low, so order today!

"CAPing the Tico" by William Phillips, 31" x 27", Ltd. Ed. Print
Qty: Price: $275

 

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