by Robert Taylor
The date: March 12th, 1967. The target: The large, heavily defended, thermal plant at Viet Tri, on the Red River, a short distance to the north-west of Hanoi. Robert Taylor’s carefully researched painting shows Colonel Jack Broughton leading the four 355th TFW F-105 Thunderchiefs down Thud Ridge, at very low level. Scorching along in afterburner at just below the speed of sound, the heavily armed Thuds are just a few minutes short of the target.
in pencil by the artist Robert Taylor and four of the US Airforce’s
most distinguished and highly decorated F-105 pilots who saw combat action
during the fiercest air fighting in North Vietnam:
Overall print size: 32 1/2 inches wide x 23 1/2 inches high
signed and numbered prints
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