Zoom Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action

Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder

$11.00
Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.

• Ceramic
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• White and glossy

The P-40's legacy is closely coupled with General Claire Lee Chennault's American Volunteer Group (AVG), otherwise known as the Flying Tigers. Chennault trained his crews to exploit the strengths of the P-40 to fight the Japanese - dive from high altitudes and attack. General Chennault's son, Col. John 'Jack' Chennault would use many of the same tactics while protecting Alaska's Aleutian Islands from Japanese invasion. Painted in a modified "shark-mouth" paint scheme, the 343rd Pursuit Group would defend the U.S. mainland from attack from mid 1942 to fall 1943.
Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action

Aleutian Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder

$11.00
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