| Designed and built by the same
team that produced the legendary P-51 Mustang and the F-86 Sabre of Korean
War fame, the North American F-100 Super Sabre was the first aircraft of
the U.S. Air Force "Century Series" of fighters. Entering service in 1954,
the "Hun" was the first USAF aircraft to reach Mach 1 in level flight and
set a world speed record in 1955. After some early problems and redesign
work, the final version proved it's worth in Vietnam as a ground attack
platform. At it's peak, the F-100 equipped 16 full USAF wings and assumed
the fighter-bomber role as newer, faster interceptors became available.
The last F-100s remained operational until 1972 and continued in service
with Air Guard units for several years more.
An open edition print signed by the artist
and printed on acid-free heavyweight matte paper.
Size is 18"x 24" including a 1" white border. $49.95 +
$7.95 shipping and handling.