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200 Limited Edition with TWO signatures: Unteroffizier Gerhard Kott and Colonel Bill Holloman of the Tuskegee Airmen.
|Military Aviation Art
Late 1944 over S.E. Germany. Focke Wulf 190's of the famed 'Sturm' or 'Rammjeager' attack incoming B-24's. Featured is
'Black 3' flown by Rammjeager pilot Unteroffizier Gerhard Kott, (8 victories: 4 B-17's, 1 B-24, 1 P-2, 2 Yak 9's) who
flew with 4/JG-3 and 3/JG-4 Sturmgruppe during this time period. P-51 Mustangs of the Tuskegee Airmen swoop inward to
a crossfire position to defend the bombers. Collectors note: this is the first time that Kott has signed an aviation print!!!
A "Rammjeager" is a heavily armored FW-190, who intended to ram American bombers. If they were lucky, they would parachute to another fight. If not, Oh Well.
These fighters were too heavy and unmaneuverable to defend themselves, so they were covered by Me-109's.
They flew one mission.
200 Limited Edition with TWO signatures: Unteroffizier Gerhard Kott and Colonel Bill Holloman of the Tuskegee Airmen
30 Luftwaffe Edition with THREE
signatures....additionally signed by Rammjager pilot Feldwebel Oscar