Pappy Boyington “Come Up and Fight” Artist Signed Print

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Pappy Boyington was a legendary WWII Marine fighter ace who led the Black Sheep Squadron into battle against overwhelming odds and won,

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Pappy Boyington was a legendary WWII Marine fighter ace who led the Black Sheep Squadron into battle against overwhelming odds and won, but some considered Pappy to be a troublemaker, a Black Sheep, a title Boyington wore with pride. This Signature Print tells a story of one of those battles, the fight was days in the making when “Pappy” flew over the airfield at Kahili earlier that week, a Japanese-accented voice radioed: “Major Boyington, what is your position?” Boyington responded, “Right over your damn airport,” he replied, “Come up and fight!” But no enemy answered. This day was different. With his Black Sheep in tow, Pappy issued the challenge again: “Come on up and fight!” And this time, the Japanese sent their answer, launching fifteen aircraft. The ensuing air battle would end with the Japanese fleeing, the Black Sheep victorious, and a new page written in the legend of Pappy Boyington. Print includes a Certificate of Authenticity and is signed by artist Gareth Hector. Print measures about 32”w x 22.5”h.

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Pappy Boyington was a legendary WWII Marine fighter ace who led the Black Sheep Squadron into battle against overwhelming odds and won, but some considered Pappy to be a troublemaker, a Black Sheep, a title Boyington wore with pride. This Signature Print tells a story of one of those battles, the fight was days in the making when “Pappy” flew over the airfield at Kahili earlier that week, a Japanese-accented voice radioed: “Major Boyington, what is your position?” Boyington responded, “Right over your damn airport,” he replied, “Come up and fight!” But no enemy answered. This day was different. With his Black Sheep in tow, Pappy issued the challenge again: “Come on up and fight!” And this time, the Japanese sent their answer, launching fifteen aircraft. The ensuing air battle would end with the Japanese fleeing, the Black Sheep victorious, and a new page written in the legend of Pappy Boyington. Print includes a Certificate of Authenticity and is signed by artist Gareth Hector. Print measures about 32”w x 22.5”h.

Show Frame Colors

More Information on our Custom Framing


Ordering Instructions
1. please specify framed or unframed
2. please specify frame type, color and with or without matting

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