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Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2003

Medium: Pencil

Item# AC015


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The Youngest Avenger - pencil drawing

This pencil drawing, named 'The Youngest Avenger' captures three airplanes flying in formation.  The name of this aircraft was the Grumman TBF Avenger (known as the TBM Avenger because if was manufactured by Grumman General Motors).  This aircraft was a torpedo bomber that was initially developed for the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps, but eventually was used by several other air and/or naval arms around the world.  This aircraft was flown By George H.W. Bush in 1944, during World War II, out of the Torpedo Squadron of VT-51.  In September of 1944, the Avengers were met with strong ground fire and Bush's aircraft was hit, which caused his engine to catch fire.  Bush was able to complete his attach and release the bombs upon his target.  Out of the three servicemen in the aircraft, Bush was the only to survive by bailing out of the blazing aircraft where he was later rescued in a raft by the submarine, the USS Finback.  These are the same type of planes flown by George Bush, and Tim Forhan has successfully created a stunning view of these three planes in what seems to be endless clouds, in his pencil drawing.


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