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B-25 Gunship "Paper Doll" - 11x14 Print

B-25 Gunship "Paper Doll" - 11x14 Print

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Artwork by Don Henderson.

Vector illustration of WWII, B-25 Mitchell gunship, Paper Doll. 

Paper Doll was a B-25 Mitchell Medium Bomber that flew with the 7th Army Air Force in the Pacific Theater of Operations during WWII. This aircraft appeared on the cover of the August 8, 1944 issue of 7th AAF BRIEF Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 14.

Despite her name, Paper Doll was a formidable aircraft with a crew of 5. She packed some pretty heavy duty fire power too, not only did she have twelve .50 cal. machine guns, but she also had a 75mm cannon in her nose that was pioneered by Irving "Pappy" Gunn. Paper Doll could also carry 3,200 lbs of bombs! She was powered by two R-2600-13 turbo supercharged radials engines capable of 1,700 horsepower each at take-off, she could attain a maximum speed of 275 mph at 13,000 ft. with a cruising speed of 230 mph and a range 1,350 miles

Printed from an Epson Expression XP-15000 printer using Claria Hi-Definition Ink on a 12.5x19" sheet of acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 110lb. Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper.

Mailed in flat, rigid envelopes to prevent damage or curling, and are ready to frame.

* Watermark will not appear on physical print.

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