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Plakat, U.S. Air Force Art Collection, First Non-Stop Transcontinental Flight

Plakat, U.S. Air Force Art Collection, First Non-Stop Transcontinental Flight (dc-r docu center ramstein CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: dc-r docu center ramstein (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Reproduktion eines Gemäldes. Im Bildvordergrund sieht man ein Propeller betriebenes Flugzeug, das über ein Farm fliegt. Im Bildhintergrund sieht man einen Blitz den verregneten Nachthimmel erhellen.
Text am Rand unten:First Non-Stop Transcontinental Flight; Herb Mott; The first nonstop transcontinental flight - New York to San Diego - was flown on May 2-3, 1923, by Lts. O.G. Kelly and J.A. Macready in a Fokker T-2 in 26 hours 50 minutes 3 seconds. Distance flown was 2,520 miles. U.S. AIR FORCE ART COLLECTION 56L; U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1969- 346-266/1
"The United States Air Force Art Collection documents the story of the Air Force through the universal language of art. The actions and deeds of Air Force men and women are recorded in paintings by eminent American artists in a way words alone could never tell. These paintings are both historical and educational and expose the military and the public to the role and diverse capabilities of the United States Air Force."
(http://www.afapo.hq.af.mil/Presentation/main/Index.cfm)

Material / Technique

Papier, Offsetdruck, (Repro).

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H 55,6 cm; B 43 cm

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[Last update: 2017/04/29]

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