Moral Support
 $118 - Paper Call 800-731-0060
Size 13-1/2 x 18

A 101 Squadron Lancaster returns home after yet another highly dangerous but vitally important mission over occupied Europe. The Squadron was involved in 'Special Duties' ops usually carrying an extra, German speaking operator to transmit messages designed to confuse enemy fighters trying to intercept bomber formations.  During the D.Day landings and beyond, Bomber Command was tasked with daylight and night missions to help clear the way for land forces.  The bombers were usually given fighter escort, in this instance Spitfires, to and from these sorties.

Primary Edition prints are signed by the artist and Flt. Lt. ‘Rusty’ Waughman DFC,101 Squadron Lancaster pilot on  30  ops.  Artist Proofs are also signed by Spitfire pilots Flight Lieutenant Murray Anderson DFC*, US Air Medal and Flight Lieutenant R G (Bob) Large DFC, Legion d’Honneur .

 Full details on each pilot accompany each print.

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