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Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross.- Aviation Art Prints .com
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Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross.


Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross.

Curtiss Tomahawks of No.414 Sqn RAF supplied from the United States under the lend-lease program.
Item Code : DHM5021Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross. - This Edition
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PRINTSigned limited edition of 95 prints, supplied mounted.

Image size 8.5 inches x 5.5 inches (22cm x 14cm) Mount size 13.5 inches x 16 inches (34cm x 41cm)Artist : Roy Cross£50 Off!Now : £120.00

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Extra Details : Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross.
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The print as supplied in the mount

The Aircraft :
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TomahawkA total of sixteen Royal Air Force squadrons used the Tomahawk from British bases, and five more squadrons in the Middle East, as well as South African and Australian units. The Curtiss Tomahawk equipped the legendary Flying Tigers of the American Volunteer Group in China, in 1941, before the United States was officialy at war with Japan. In all, 16,802 Curtiss Tomahawks in a succession of improved models, were mainly built for the US Air Force.

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A pilot with 625 Sqn before being chosen for Pathfinders on Lancasters, joining 582 Sqn and completing 59 operations. Roy was wounded on a daylight operation spending two months in hospital, finally completing his tour in March 1945.
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