NO EMPTY BUNKS TONIGHT by William S. Phillips
LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Limited Edition of: 1500
Image Size: 35 1/2"w x 17 1/2"h.
Published: August 1989
Running dangerously low on fuel, "Tail End Charlie" begins its descent for home. The last plane in an aircraft formation, "Tail End Charlie" is usually the one most vulnerable to attack. The crew of 478, racing through war-torn skies above Britain and the English Channel, has survived flak, fighters, thunderstorms and the bone-chilling cold of high altitude battle, to complete yet another in a long series of missions. Ahead is the welcome homecoming of debriefing, hot meals and a warm bed. For the 478, there will be no empty bunks tonight.
NO EMPTY BUNKS TONIGHT by BILL PHILLIPS - Remarqued
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