This listing is for everything shown - quite a collection of vintage U.S. Military - Air Force aviation airplane thick stock art prints and posters as follows: Return from Mach 6 - signed, numbered 860/1000 Mike Machat, from 1983, also signed by Robert W. White Edwards Air Force Base. Birds of Prey by Matthew Waki Talon On Target by Matthew Waki print shows fighter jet flying over Oscura Bombing Range USAF Thunderbird Talons photo poster by Ken Hackman Keith Farris print of multiple bombers from 1997 ASAA include ominous awesome Stealth Blue Angels To Victory Army Air Force poster - 80's reprint poster of World War II era artwork The Pilot by Cliff Kearns - awesome thick poster, reminds me of Top Gun with Tom Cruise. The Thunderbirds by Bob Cunningham - facsimile signatures I believe of Roger Riggs, Lance Undhjem, Buzz Masters and other crew of General Dynamics F-16 Giant original 1967 National Geographic poster map of Vietnam and surroundings, slight 2 inch tear at bottom. U.S. Air Force 1969 print entitled Reflections of a KC135 Stratotanker Blue Angels photo poster from 1987 of crew. Some scuffs to photo. The prints are on thick stock, various sizes, 18X24 or larger in most cases. Take a look at photos - the silver discs are anodyne magnets, the surface is a metal storage bin wall, you can see how large most of these are. They are in very good condition, some light edge bumps or very light wear here and there, a few have very light dirt in the border area, see photos I might be being too picky, but no fading or tears, very colorful. I couldn't find many to have any price range to compare them with, so if you get an incredible deal, so be it. Most are from the 1980's, and they were expensive originally, and all belonged to a military pilot. They would look awesome framed. I found Return from Mach 6 listed at over $400 on ebay, so that's one of the prints here, but you will get them all. Please email me with any questions. U.S. Postage is $9.99 -
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