[SOLD OUT] - Artifact of history: “Kitten,” P-51C print signed by Tuskegee Airman Brigadier General Charles McGee - VERY LIMITED EDITION [SOLD OUT]

Save the Date - September 15-19, 2019, Dayton/Fairborn, OH

We Celebrate 100 Years of American Airpower, dating from establishment of the United States Army Air Service in 1918 during World War I. The 38 pilots of the Lafayette Escadrille, who flew for France beginning in 1916, before the United States entered the war, helped shape the U.S. Army Air Service when it was formed. By the end of the war, the Air Service used 45 squadrons to cover 85 miles of front. 71 pursuit pilots were credited with shooting down five or more German aircraft while in American service. They created a culture that influences combat pilots today.