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MQ-9 “Reaper”
Whiteman AFB, MO 
432nd Wing, 20th Attack Squadron

C-130H3 “Hercules” 93-1561
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, NC 
145th Airlift Wing, 156th Airlift Squadron

MQ-9B “Reaper”
Cannon AFB, NM 
3rd Special Operations Squadron, 27th Special Operations Wing

MQ-9A “Reaper” & MQ-1B “Predator”
Ali Al Salem Ab, Kuwait 
386th Air Expeditionary Wing, 46th Expeditionary Attack Squadron

F-15E “Strike Eagle”
Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC 
4th Fighter Wing, 4th Training Squadron

E-4B Nightwatch
Offutt AFB, NE 
595th Command & Control Group, 1st Airborne Command Control Squadron

F-35A "Lightning II"
Nellis AFB, NV 
USAF Weapons School, 6th Weapons Squadron

C-130J-30 “Super Hercules”
Little Rock AFB, AR 
61st Airlift Squadron, 19th Airlift Wing

KC-135R “Stratotanker”
Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC 
77th Aerial Refueling Squadron, 916th Aerial Refueling Wing

MQ-9 "Reaper"
Horsham AGS, PA 
111th Attack Wing, 103rd ATKS
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Late 1944 over S.E. Germany. Focke Wulf 190's of the famed 'Sturm' or 'Rammjager' attack incoming B-24's. Featured is 'Black 3' flown by Rammjager pilot Unteroffizier Gerhard Kott, (8 victories: 4 B-17's, 1 B-24, 1 P-2, 2 Yak 9's) who flew with 4/JG-3 and 3/JG-4 Sturmgruppe during this time period. P-51 Mustangs of the Tuskegee Airmen swoop inward to a crossfire position to defend the bombers.

Collectors note: this is the first time that Kott has signed an aviation print!!!

Release date: Dec. 7, 2006.


Unteroffizier Gerhard Kott (a Rammjager pilot)

Colonel Bill Holloman (of the Tuskegee Airmen)

Rammjager pilot Feldwebel Oscar Boesch (18 victories)



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