“Coming in Low”
by Tony Fachet
Depicts a USMC FG-1D Corsair flying low over the beachhead somewhere in the Pacific.
The Corsair proved to be an outstanding dog-fighter against the vaunted Japanese Zero and excelled in providing the ground pounder Marines the close-in air support that often proved critical in defeating the entrenched Japanese defenders.
This outstanding depiction of such an event in the Pacific during World War II is buy one of Tony’s efforts.
Normally issued at $50 each, we are now offering a limited quantity for $35 each Includes S&H.
Proceeds from the sale of prints help us in our restoration efforts.
The Selfridge Military Air Museum is working on a major fund-raising campaign for some long-needed infrastructure improvements, the most important a ‘new home’ for the FG-1D Corsair that is currently undergoing extensive restoration and our beloved T-6 ‘Texan’, which we’d like to get out of our Michigan weather.
The Corsair is currently being restored by our restoration team. Please help, if you can!