The sensational Air Force 100 Limited Edition Medallion – P-51D Mustang. A stunning part of the collection and a perfect way to commemorate the Air Force Centenary. Limited to only 500.
Produced in Australia under license from the US, the P-51D Mustang was assigned to occupation duties in Japan and later took part in the Korean War. Operated by 77 Squadron until April 1951 these aircraft were used as support for ground forces. Last flown in combat by 77 Squadron, the Mustangs were used for routine operations in the opening stages of the Korean War and notable missions including the destruction of the rail bridge near Sonchon on December 17, 1950.
This medallion features P-51D Mustangs of the 77 Squadron during operations in 1950, from Drew Harrison’s work Cutting the Line.
Read more about the artwork: Cutting the Line by Drew Harrison – link to landing page
- Limited to only 500 releases worldwide
- Material: Brass Alloy with Silver Plate. Full-colour overlay
- Finish: Polished silver
- Size: 50mm x 4.5mm
- Presentation: Displayed in a leatherette and steel case, complete with certificate of authenticity and edition number
This limited edition medallion is also part of a complete set.
The Air Force 100 Mk. II Limited Edition Medallion Set features six medallions displaying iconic aircraft and commemorating the Air Force Centenary. Discover the full set.
Then. Now. Always.
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