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America's First Jet Ace - Limited Edition Fine Art Print by Craig Tinder


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America's First Jet Ace by Artist Craig Tinder

This limited edition Fine Art Print autographed by Artist Craig Tinder commemorates Triple Ace James "Jabby" Jabara during the Korean War where he earned the distinction of America's First Jet Ace.

Choose from two different Fine Art Print sizes:

  • 18" x 12" (45.7 cm x 30.5 cm) Limited to ONLY 100 Prints
  • 24" x 20" (60.9 cm x 50.8 cm) Limited to ONLY 100 Prints

Each Limited Edition Fine Art Print is printed on archival presentation-quality , 260 GSM / 10 Mil, photographic paper created using the highest quality inks and archival techniques and is signed by Artist Craig Tinder. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

About the Print:

Becoming the youngest colonel in the U.S. Air Force, James "Jabby" Jabara flew over 100 combat missions during World War II and completed 163 missions during the Korean War. While serving in Korea, Jabara downed two enemy MiGs on a single day no less than three times, thus propelling him to become the first ace in jet-to-jet combat. Jabara scored his 15th and final kill on 15 July 1953 earning him the title "Triple Ace".

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★★★★★

"Dear Craig, I have received a copy of your magnificent print of a F4U in U.S.S. Bunker Hill (CV-17) colors. It is truly marvelous and will soon find a place in my WAR ROOM in my home!! Best wishes to you and yours and I do hope that I can meet with you soon. ~ Semper Fi,"

Col. James E. Swett - Medal of Honor Recipient & WW2 Ace - VMF-221 1920-2009Author name
★★★★★

"I collect a fair amount of military artwork rendered in all types of mediums, and so I also end up seeing a wide range of quality as well. Much of what is out there is rather mediocre. But every once in a while, as in your case, a true gem of an artist comes along. In my personal experience, both as a collector of military-themed artwork, and as a long-time student of much of the technology of warfare, your aircraft prints are among the very best I have had the good fortune to acquire. Above all, they are simply fascinating and enjoyable to just look at."

John O.

Las Vegas, NV

★★★★★


"The custom plaques arrived yesterday, not only was the process much faster then I thought it would be, but the plaques look absolutely great! I really love them and I'm sure the rest of my siblings will love them too. Thanks for doing such great work, the plaques will be cherished and appreciated for many years to come.On a slightly different note, I ordered a print of my dad's plane, it should arrive tomorrow, I look forward to seeing it too and am sure it will be every bit as fantastic as the plaques are,

I plan to check out more of your work, maybe there will be other prints I will want as well.

Thanks again for all you have done and continue to do.

Tim L.

Concord, CA

★★★★★

I have just received the print of the A6M Zero and I just had to write to tell you how impressed I am with it. I have, of course, left good feedback for you but the space for writing a feedback comment isn't big enough to say everything I want to say. I really was stunned by the quality of both the artwork and the printing. I feel as if I can run my fingers over the undulations on the aircraft's panels - the whole thing is so three-dimensional. The print quality is second to none and even the paper seems to glow! There aren't many times in life when you buy something for a very modest amount of money and then find yourself speechless with admiration when it arrives but this is one of those times. Although I am mainly a Zero enthusiast I strongly suspect I am soon to become very interested in your other subjects purely because of the quality.

Terry S.

St. Helens, U.K.