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Who doesn’t like the smooth and sleek lines of the North American F-86 Sabre! The Sabre was the most successful American fighter of the Korean war, making Ace’s out of dozens of USAF fighter pilots.
My painting, “Iven takes Ivan” captures aerial combat near the Yalu River on April 1st of 1952. United States Air Force Capt. Iven C. Kincheloe has just shot the tail of a North Korean MiG 15 thought to have been flown by a Russian Air Force pilot. On this day Kinch scored his 3rd and 4th kills. Before his tour of 101 combat missions in the F-86 Capt. Kincheloe would score his 5th victory becoming an Ace.
After returning from Korea, Kincheloe went from Ace to Space! The fighter pilot became a USAF test pilot and went on to set speed and altitude records in the X-2 and was called “America’s First Spaceman.”
“Iven takes Ivan” is available as both a signed, Limited Edition print on archival paper and as a larger sized, signed Artist Masterwork on canvas.
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