Four P-36s from the 46th Squadron hurridly scrambled to intercept the second wave Japanese strike force over Kaneohe Bay on December 7, 1941. In a few swirling minutes, pajama-clad Lt. Phil Rasmussen scored his first victory; instantly his aircraft was severly shot-up. Pulling up at the last second, he avided colliding with a Zero.
Only artist proofs are available, each print co-autographed by P-36 pilot Lt. Phil Rasmussen and Sadamu Komachi who flew cover for the Japanese carriers during the attack.
Edition of 75 prints.