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A Real Fireball Outside - John Glenn Friendship 7 Reentry by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNF7R
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    Launching atop an Atlas rocket, on February 20, 1962 astronaut John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth in Mercury Spacecraft Friendship 7. As the craft began the second orbit, Mission Control received a signal which indicated the critical heat shield was loose. If the heat shield were to fail during reentry, John Glenn would be lost along with the disintegrating spacecraft. The retrorocket package which is used to slow the spacecraft so it can reenter the Earth's atmosphere...

    AC-119K Stinger - "Project Gunship Iii" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNAC119S
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      Gunships were used during the Vietnam War to support ground troops and disrupt supply lines. The AC-119K Stinger was developed as part of Project Gunship III. Outfitted with heavy armament and classified sensing equipment, the Stinger was used extensively to destroy trucks bringing supplies to North Vietnam via the Ho Chi Minh Trail through Laos. Its two M61AI 20mm multi-barrel Gattling cannons provided devastating firepower for truck busting. To provide extra power to haul the heavy armament,...

      Apollo 10 Lunar Module Snoopy - "Snoop Went Some Place" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNAP10
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        It is believed the only remaining intact lunar module from the Apollo missions is "Snoopy" of Apollo 10. With astronauts Thomas Stafford and Eugene Cernan at the controls, Snoopy was tested in lunar orbit flying within 50,000 feet of the surface. After separating from the descent stage, the ascent stage of the lunar module was flown back to John Young in the command module, "Charlie Brown", in lunar orbit. Snoopy was jettisoned into space with subsequent firing of the ascent stage engine to...

        Apollo 11 "Eagle" - "First True Spececraft" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNAP11F
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          The Apollo Lunar Module (LM) was the first true spacecraft designed to carry men and operate solely in space. An engineering masterpiece, the craft had to withstand the rigors of launch atop the Saturn V rocket yet be as lightweight as possible. Docked with the Command Module/Service Module (SCM), the craft had to make the roughly 238,000 journey to the moon. Once in lunar orbit, the craft made the descent to the lunar surface with two men braking from initial speed over 3,000 MPH to a...

          Apollo 11 - "The Eagle Has Wings" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNAP11
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            In 2019 mankind will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first man to walk on the moon. On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in the Apollo 11 Lunar Module "Eagle" were preparing to make the descent from lunar orbit to the surface. This print shows both of the Apollo 11 spacecraft, "Eagle" and Command Module "Columbia" in lunar orbit.

            Apollo 17 CSM "America" - "Homage To The Third Man" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNAP17
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              Every Apollo mission consisted of a three man crew; the command module pilot, the lunar module pilot and the commander. For those missions when the lunar module separated from the command module, the command module pilot stayed behind to man the command module alone. For the lunar landing missions the two men who landed got most of the attention but the command module pilot was necessary to keep watch and pilot the ship as well as perform important scientific work and observations from orbit....

              B-25B Mitchell Doolittle Raid - "Coming In Low" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNB25M
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                On April 18, 1942 sixteen B-25B Mitchell bombers launched from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet in a surprise attack on the Japanese mainland. Initially the bombers flew in groups of 2 to 4 but then flew singly at wave top level to avoid detection. The aircraft began arriving about noon over Tokyo and dropped special incendiary bombs. Although the raid caused little damage it achieved success in bringing the war to the Japanese home islands and boosted American morale after the devastating...

                BOAC Super VC10 - "Trans-Atlantic Speedbird" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNBOAC
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                  Designed to a BOAC specification, the Vickers VC10 was one of the most beautiful airliners to fly the skies. The airplane featured quad Rolls Royce Conway jet engines mounted at the rear of the fuselage, a "T" tail and aerodynamically clean wings. The design offered excellent performance and a quiet cabin. The VC10 was loved by crew and passengers alike. The VC10 was one of the fastest subsonic airliners. As of 2018, a Vickers Super VC10 still holds the trans-Atlantic speed record for a...

                  Boeing 314 Clipper - "The Airplane That Shrank The World" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNB314C
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                    The Boeing 314 Clipper was a long range flying boat. There were 12 aircraft produced between 1938 and 1939. Nine aircraft were used by Pan Am Airways to fly routes across both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. With a range of over 3600 miles, the Clippers were able to provide worldwide air travel. A typical trip across the Pacific would take just over 6 days. The Clippers served commercially for three years. At the outbreak of WWII the Clippers were pressed into military service. Sadly, none of...

                    C-141B Starlifter - "Cold War Heavy Lifter" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNC141S
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                      Gunships were used during the Vietnam War to support ground troops and disrupt supply lines. The AC-119K Stinger was developed as part of Project Gunship III. Outfitted with heavy armament and classified sensing equipment, the Stinger was used extensively to destroy trucks bringing supplies to North Vietnam via the Ho Chi Minh Trail through Laos. Its two M61AI 20mm multi-barrel Gattling cannons provided devastating firepower for truck busting. To provide extra power to haul the heavy armament,...

                      CH-54 Tarhe - "The Heavyweight" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKN54T
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                        The CH-54 Tarhe was designed as a heavy lift helicopter for the US Army. The helicopter was widely used during the Vietnam War for transport and also retrieval of downed aircraft. The ability to transport large, heavy loads quickly proved invaluable during the war. The CH-54 was a great performed and had a great ability to climb. On November 4, 1971, James Church piloted a CH-54 B in level flight at an altitude of 36,122 feet setting a new record for rotorcraft. As of 2019, the record still...

                        English Electric Lightning F.6 - "Front Line Interceptor" by Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number: MKNEELF6
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                          The Lightning was developed by English Electric as a fighter and interceptor aircraft. It remains the only UK designed and built production fighter which is capable of Mach 2. Powered by two Rolls Royce Avon turbojet engines arranged in a unique vertical, staggered configuration the Lightning was known for its exceptional rate of climb, service ceiling and speed. These qualities resulted in the Lightning being a superb interceptor aircraft. After some initial teething problems the aircraft was...