THIS IS NO DRILL  by CRAIG KODERA - Secondary Marfket
THIS IS NO DRILL by CRAIG KODERA - Secondary Marfket
$495.00

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THIS IS NO DRILL
- New Secondary Market Print $495

2nd Lt. Kenneth M. Taylor was one of the first U.S. pilots to see action in World War II. He destroyed four enemy aircraft on the "date which will live in infamy," December 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor - wearing a pair of tuxedo pants and a uniform shirt he scrambled into after going to a dance and playing poker the previous night. "I painted him in his P40B alongside a Japanese Val that was part of Lt. Commander Zenji Abe's attack force, against the lush Hawaiian hillside







THIS IS NO DRILL by CRAIG KODERA (p-40B:: Japanese Val: Pearl Harbor)@vbader.com

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