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Devotion Wingmen to the End - December 4, 1950 a Korean War print by Matt Hall

During the battle of the Chosin Reservoir in the Korean War hit by anti-aircraft fire while supporting the Marines, Ens. Jesse Brown, the Navy's first African-American aviator, crashed behind enemy lines. His squadron mates from VF-32 thought Brown was dead—until they saw him slide back his canopy and wave. But, Brown did not climb free—he was pinned in his Corsair’’s burning wreckage. While his comrades called for a rescue helicopter and circled to ward off any enemy troops, Brown’’’’’’’’s wingman, Lt. Thomas Hudner, intentionally crash-landed in that treacherous terrain to try to save his friend. Wading through snow and subzero temperatures, Hudner reached Brown’’s plane and tried to pull him free, but the snow denied him any footing. Brown remained calm, inspiring Hudner. Hudner gave Brown his hat and gloves then used snow, shoveled with his bare hands, to snuff out the fire. When the rescue helicopter arrived, its pilot joined Hudner. Even working together, they could not free Brown, whose leg was pinned and who was in shock. As daylight faded, with Hudner at his side, Jesse Brown passed away. The rescue helo lifted Hudner, exhausted, from the scene. Four months later, President Truman summoned Hudner and Jesse Brown’’s widow, Daisy, to the White House where he awarded Hudner the Medal of Honor. That day, they all remembered Jesse Brown, a hero who did not die alone.
  • Publisher Proof Package Only 160 prints, signed and numbered by artist Matt Hall and 4 Navy pilots including: Medal of Honor recipient Capt. Thomas Hudner (VF-32) - F4U Pilot Cdr. Bill Koenig (VF-32 & Brown's roommate) F4U Pilot Cdr. Martin Goode (VF-32) - F4U Pilot Cdr. Bill Sallada (VF-33
  • Publishers Proof Package Includes - Photo of Pres. Truman presenting Hudner with the MoH - "Help from the Heavens" photo signed by Silver Star recipient and Fox Company Marine Dick Bonelli! - Regulation Navy pilot wings to frame with your print! - Photos of Hudner & Brown to frame with your print! - Color COA with "History Behind the Art" story!
  • Artist Proof Package Includes: Only 180 prints, signed and numbered by artist Matt Hall and 4 Navy pilots including: - Medal of Honor recipient Capt. Thomas Hudner (VF-32) - F4U Pilot Cdr. Bill Koenig (VF-32 & Brown's roommate) - F4U Pilot Cdr. Martin Goode (VF-32) - F4U Pilot Cdr. Bill Sallada (VF-33) PACKAGE INCLUDES: - Photo of Pres. Truman presenting Hudner with the MoH - Photos of Hudner & Brown to frame with your print! - Color COA with "History Behind the Art" story!
  • Victory Edition Includes: Only 650 prints, signed and numbered by artist Matt Hall and pilots: - Medal of Honor recipient Capt. Thomas Hudner (VF-32) - F4U Pilot Cdr. Martin Goode (VF-32) PACKAGE INCLUDES: - Photos of Hudner & Brown to frame with your print! - Color COA with "History Behind the Art" story!
  • Valor Studios and Matt Hall wish to thank the distinguished veterans who made this print possible.
  • Publisher Proof Edition is now Sold Out at the Publisher.
This piece can be purchased as...

  $475.00 - Publisher Proof Edition Sold Out at the Publisher-Only available on Secondary Market
  $475.00 - Publisher Proof Edition Sold Out at the Publisher-Only available on Secondary Market



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