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An F4-U4 Corsair VF-791 belonging to the Fighting Rebels, a reserve squadron from Memphis, Tennessee, unleashes its rocks against a target hidden among the snow-clad mountains of Korea. Its mission accomplished, it's time for the fighter to head home. This Corsair's home is the aircraft carrier USS "Boxer" CV-21 stationed off the coast of Korea.

The F4-U4 was introduced on October 31, 1944, and was used by both the US Navy and US Marine Corps. It was the first of the four-bladed propeller Corsairs and it was powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-2800-18W engine or a 42W in the later models. Armed with six 50-caliber machine guns, the F4-U4 had a rating as a 451 mph fighter.

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The border of the paper is crushed in one corner and along one edge. The image is perfect and this piece will look great when framed.
Time to Head Home (F-4) (Imperfect)
by William Phillips
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William Phillips - Time to Head Home (F-4) (Imperfect)
This Piece has been Hand-Signed by William Phillips

  • Signed by the Artist
  • Paper Lithograph
  • Limited Edition
  • 1500 S/N
  • 19 x 29 1/4
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An F4-U4 Corsair VF-791 belonging to the Fighting Rebels, a reserve squadron from Memphis, Tennessee, unleashes its rocks against a target hidden among the snow-clad mountains of Korea. Its mission accomplished, it's time for the fighter to head home. This Corsair's home is the aircraft carrier USS "Boxer" CV-21 stationed off the coast of Korea.

The F4-U4 was introduced on October 31, 1944, and was used by both the US Navy and US Marine Corps. It was the first of the four-bladed propeller Corsairs and it was powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-2800-18W engine or a 42W in the later models. Armed with six 50-caliber machine guns, the F4-U4 had a rating as a 451 mph fighter.


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