Military Aircraft Art from Feight Studios

"Hun in the Sun"

Designed and built by the same team that produced the legendary P-51 Mustang and the F-86 Sabre of Korean War fame, the North American F-100 Super Sabre was the first aircraft of the U.S. Air Force "Century Series" of fighters. Entering service in 1954, the "Hun" was the first USAF aircraft to reach Mach 1 in level flight and set a world speed record in 1955. After some early problems and redesign work, the final version proved it's worth in Vietnam as a ground attack platform. At it's peak, the F-100 equipped 16 full USAF wings and assumed the fighter-bomber role as newer, faster interceptors became available. The last F-100s remained operational until 1972 and continued in service with Air Guard units for several years more.

An open edition print signed by the artist and printed on acid-free heavyweight matte paper. Size is 18"x 24" including a 1" white border. $49.99 + $15 s/h. No original available.

Over the years several people have requested a change to the existing squadron markings to their personal markings and due to the magic of Photoshop the changes where relatively easy. The first one is the original image and has the markings for the 79th TFS, 20st TFW. The second is 309th TFS, 31st TFW. The third one is in the Wings Over the Rockies museum markings and is the 356th TFS, 354th TFW. The last version was done to match fighter ace Lt Col "Bunny" Comstock's Hun when Die Cast published a model of his aircraft and is titled "Bunny's Hunny." Use pull-down menu below to select version.


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