Unbelievable that you climb out of your burning cockpit onto your wings and try to keep the fire away from your gunner. This is exactly what pilot Alan McLeod of the Royal Flying Corps Canada did on March 17th, 1918. His gunner Arthur Hammond was able to shoot down three of the attacking Dr.I’s. In the absence of parachutes, what else can you do?
The Koolhoven FK.8 was developed as a reconnaissance aircraft and played a big role in 1917-1918.
- Reproduction of original gouache painting
- Printed on aluminum dibond looks amazing and lasts a lifetime.
- Colors are highly saturated, even in large monochrome areas.
- The print is matte and glare-free.
- The white and bright areas have a faint silky gloss.
- Aluminum dibond 3mm with a white coating
- Print directly on the aluminum top grade inks
- Good tonal gradation ensures accurate reproduction
- Matte and glare-free
- Includes a hanging kit- style depends on country of fulfillment