MIKE ROGERS & ED REGIS WWII ACE SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO 354TH FG SUPER RARE

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 11, 2013
  • Channel: Auction House

THIS IS A SUPER RARE, ONCEIN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A ONE-OF-A-KIND 8X10 PHOTO SIGNED by PIONEER MUSTANG GROUP WWII ACE MIKE ROGERS AND WINGMAN ED REGIS OF THE FAMED 353rd FS, 354TH FIGHTER GROUP . I PULLED THIS OUT OF MY ARCHIVES AND IT IS SIMPLY A MUST HAVE!!!!!!!!! THIS IS THE ONLY ONE I HAVE LIKE THIS AND YOU WILL NOT SEE THIS AGAIN! TO ALL MY REPEAT CUSTOMERS HERE IS A CHANCE TO WIN SOMETHING REALLY, REALLY SPECIAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

THIS RARE CANDID IMAGE FROM MIKE'S PERSONAL COLLECTION HAS NEVER SEEN THE LIGHT OF DAY UNTIL NOW!!!! THIS RARE GROUP IMAGE SHOWS THE ORIGINAL MEMBERS OF 353RD FS, 354TH FG DURING TRAINING IN TONOPAH, NV BEFORE BEING SENT TO ENGLAND TO FIGHT!

THIS CRYSTAL CLEAR SIGNED IMAGE FROM THE ORIGINAL NEGATIVE, YOU WILL NOT FIND THIS ANYWHERE ELSE! THIS IS THE ONLY ONE I HAVE LIKE THIS!

TO GET BOTH SIGNATURES ON THE SAME ITEM WAS NOT AN EASY TASK TO ACCOMPLIS H.

The 1st is ACE GEN. FELIX "MIKE" ROGERS - He enlisted as a Private in April 1942, became an aviation cadet in August 1942, and completed pilot training and received a commission as a second lieutenant at Yuma, Ariz., in 1943. During World War II, General Rogers served as a P-39 pilot with the 353d Fighter Squadron, 354th Fighter Group at Hamilton Field, Calif. He moved with the 354th Fighter Group to the European
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