18” x 26” high-quality lithograph depicting AC-119K Stinger on night SEA combat mission, unloading havoc with the North Vietnamese on the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos – nicknamed “The Blood Road” – as antiaircraft artillery (AAA) guns try to down it. (Both our Shadow and Stinger were also called Dragon Ships by the enemy.) Signed, numbered, & frameable lithograph of original painting — completed in 2004 by Artist Darby Perrin — which hangs in the National Museum at Dayton Ohio (donated by the AC-119 Gunship Association in 2005.)
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