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William Phillips Limited Edition Giclee Countersigned by Surviving Doolittle Members:"Engaging the Enemy"

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Artist: William Phillips
Title: Engaging the Enemy (Countersigned by surviving Doolittle members.)
Size: Paper: (As Shown) 23" x 23" - 26 1/2"w x 31 1/2"h. trim / Canvas 24" w x 24" h.
Edition: Artist Signed and Numbered, Limited to 250 with 50 Canvas Editions COA included.
Release Date: 4/2011
About the Art: On April 18, 1942 a group of 16 B-25s carrying 80 men emerged from the Pacific sky to launch an historic attack on the central island of the Japanese empire proclaiming with unexpected force that war was coming to the Japanese homeland. Lt. Richard O. Joyce and the crew of Plane 10 (#40-2250) engaged and eluded as many as seventeen Japanese fighter aircraft throughout their mission. S/Sgt. Edwin W. Horton's twin-50s in the top turret played a crucial role in keeping the enemy at bay as Lt. Joyce piloted the B-25 across the hostile skies of Japan and on to China. (Read the full story.)

Sixty-nine years later, only five of the original 80 airmen that flew on the Doolittle Raid on Japan remain. Just enough to man a single B-25, one last crew. Time has been kind and granted you the opportunity to own an authentic piece of Doolittle Raider history, but that door is closing. The print and canvas editions of Engaging the Enemy will be signed by the actual Raiders attending their 69th reunion. (Read more about the signers. | Read about The Goblet Ceremony.)

Engaging the Enemy was painted specifically for the 69th Omaha reunion, home to pilot Richard O. Joyce. The fine art canvas is an exact replica of William S. Philllips’ original 24” x 24” painting. Only by spending tens of thousands dollars for the original could you possess something better. The edition is limited to just 50 copies, so only a few will have the chance to own one.

The fine art print is three pieces of art in one. Two printed remarques, original Phillips pencil renderings of a Mitsubishi Zero and Crew 10’s Mitchell B-25 Bomber, enhance the entire presentation and frame the Raider’s signing area. The reproduction quality of this Giclée paper is second to none.

You will own, with the print or canvas, a true and authentic historical document. No other artist has developed the deep relationship that Phillips has with the Doolittle Raiders. “Remembering the sacrifices of brave men and women helps us become more aware of how we should view this great country and the freedoms we so often take for granted,” says Bill Phillips. “This art helps us to keep these memories alive and gives us something to pass on to the next generation.” (Learn More about The Doolittle Raider Series.)

Doolittle Raiders committed to sign: Col. Richard E. Cole, Col. Robert Hite, Lt. Col. Edward Saylor, Maj. Thomas Griffin and S/Sgt. David J. Thatcher.


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