P51 Mustangs of the 332nd USAAF Fighter Group known as the “Tuskegee Airmen” made up of African-American pilots during WWII. They were mainly deployed to Italy in 1944 to escort bombers to attack targets in Southern Germany and Eastern Europe. The red tail paint scheme was synonymous with the squadron.
Printing: Giclée Archival Ink Print
Paper: Mid weight acid free art paper
Finish: Available in multiple sizes
Printed on gallery quality acid free art paper using archival pigment inks you will enjoy this art print for many years to come
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