Commemorating The Vietnam War

Through a series of powerful images by the worlds foremost aviation artists!

21 June 2024

These moving pieces are IN STOCK and ready for shipping!



Artist Proof by William S. Phillips

November 14, 1965, the Central Highlands of South Vietnam, 10:48 am…As the dry season’s dust waifs skyward, the soldiers of the 7th Cavalry, 1st Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), deploy from UH-1 Hueys of the 229th Assault Helicopter Battalion onto Landing Zone X-Ray in the Ia Drang Valley.

Alongside artist William S. Phillips, this extremely rare Artist Proof copy has been personally autographed by FIVE veterans of the Battle of Ia Drang, all depicted in the scene!



Giclee Canvas Proof by Robert Taylor

Moments after delivering their devastating attack on the steel mill at Thai Nguyen in North Vietnam, legendary fighter Ace Robin Olds leads F-4 Phantoms of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing through the concentrated onslaught of flack as they leave their target billowing flames and smoke, 30 March 1967.

Internationally hailed as one of the finest air combat scenes of the Vietnam War, Robert's legendary image has been reproduced using the latest high-definition digital technology and is available as part of Robert’s series of Giclée Canvas Proofs!



Limited Edition Print by Richard Taylor

With rotors thumping in the dense humid air, Bell ‘Huey’ UH-1Ds race to insert sky troopers of the 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment during a rapid deployment at the height of the war in Vietnam.



Framed Collector's Piece by Anthony Saunders

Colonel Robin Olds and his flight of eight F-4 Phantoms from the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing encounter a large group of North Vietnamese MiG-17s over the hills north of Hai Phong, 20 May 1967.

Includes an ORIGINAL Robin Olds autograph!



Artist Proof Print by Robert Taylor

On 19 January 1972 Lt. Randy Cunningham and his Radar Intercept Officer, Lt. Willie ‘Irish’ Driscoll flying a Phantom F-4J from VF-96 off the carrier USS Constellation destroyed a MiG-21 over North Vietnam. It was the first of five air victories that paved the way for them to become the US Navy’s only Aces of the Vietnam War.



Framed Collector's Piece by Anthony Saunders

F-4 Phantoms of VF-111, ‘The Sundowners’, launch from USS Coral Sea in the Gulf of Tonkin in a successful attempt to intercept North Vietnamese MiGs returning to Quang Lang airfield, 6 March 1972.

Exclusively signed by the Pilot and Radar Intercept Officer of F-4 Phantom NL201, call sign ‘Old Nick Two Zero One’, of VF-111 depicted in Anthony’s piece!



Limited Edition Print by Robert Taylor

Flying down Thud Ridge at just below the speed of sound, Jack Broughton leads an F-105 Thunderchief raid on the power plant at Viet Tri, North Vietnam, March 12, 1967. 

Signed by four of the U.S. Air Force's most distinguished and highly decorated F-105 pilots!



Limited Edition Print by Robert Taylor

Steve Ritchie hurtles through a hail of deadly enemy flak in his F-4D Phantom as he exits the target area after a typical FAST FAC mission on enemy installations in North Vietnam, 1972.

Signed by the legendary Vietnam USAF fighter Ace Brigadier General RICHARD 'STEVE' RITCHIE!


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