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SBD Dauntless Metal Print

$139.50

The museum is producing a special series of high-quality metal prints of our airplanes. These metal prints are signed by the artist, Larry McManus. These are made to order, so please allow 15 working days for production. Print size is 16”x24”.

SKU: LMW-SBD Category: Product ID: 5853

Description

The SBD Dauntless was the most effective U.S. dive bomber of WWII. It sank more Japanese shipping than any other Allied bomber. The SBD was designed as a light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. Its designation of SBD stood for “Scout Bomber Douglas.” The Dauntless started as a Northrop design but was considered a Douglas Aircraft Company product in 1937. The SBD-4 was the model in use by the U.S. Navy at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack. An SBD was the first aircraft to sink an enemy ship in WWII (Japanese submarine I-70), just three days after the Pearl Harbor attack.

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