RED TAIL RUCKUS
by Robert Bailey
Overall Print Size: 34" x 23"
Edition Size: 50
In Robert Bailey’s air combat painting, "RED TAIL RUCKUS," Flight Officer Charles Brantley, Tuskegee pilot of the 100th Fighter Squadron, guns down a German Me 262 jet on March 24, 1945, en route to Berlin. Below, German troops and a Luftwaffe anti-aircraft detachment are in confusion.
This print was individually signed and numbered by the artist. Also included on separate acid free print stock are the personal pencil signatures of THREE Tuskegee Airmen: :
- 1st Lieutenant Leo R. Gray
- Flight Officer Charles A. Lane Jr.
- 1st Lieutenant George A. Taylor
(These signatures are perfect for use in the matting when the print is framed.)
Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.