On the 30th April 1982, flying from Wideawake airfield on Ascension island, Flt. Lt. Martin Withers and his crew, flying RAF Vulcan (XM607) launched the first Black Buck bombing operation of the Falklands War. There and back the non-stop flight covered 7,500 miles, lasting 15 hours 45 minutes - at the time, the longest combat flight in history. The Vulcan was refuelled by Victor tankers five times on the outward journey and once on the return journey. Editions are signed by the artist along with distinguished RAF pilot who flew RAF Vulcan XM607 on this historic mission; Flight Lieutenant Martin Withers DFC Edition Size: 150 Overall print size: 28 inches x 20 inches (71cm x 51cm)

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