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Roland D.VIb (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNROL
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    Roland D.VIb (Fine Art Print) by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNROLThe Roland D.VI was used by Germany during the last year of World War I. It featured unique "clinker built" fuselage contruction consisting of overlapping spruce strakes. Overshadowed by the Fokker D.VII, the Roland D.VI was nonetheless a fine performer. The "D.VIb" model was equipped with the Benz III engine and showed good speed and above average maneuverability. This print features the Roland D.VIb of 18 victory ace...

    SBD Dauntless (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNSBD
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      Sopwith Triplane "Black Flight Triplanes" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNSOP
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        Sopwith Triplane "Black Flight Triplanes" (Fine Art Print) by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNSOPThe Sopwith Triplane was the first of it's type to see service during WW I. It was flown by several squadrons but perhaps most famously by No 10 naval Squadron. During the months from May to July of 1917, "B" or "Black" Flight of No 10 naval Squadron accounted for 87 enemy aircraft shot down. Our print depicts the Sopwith Triplanes of Ray Collishaw and W M Alexander - 10 Naval Squadron;...

        Soyuz Spacecraft "To The Cosmos" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNSOYUZ
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          Designed in the 1960s, the Soyuz spacecraft has been a mainstay of Russian space flight for the past 4 decades. With the retirement of the Space Shuttle, the Soyuz has become the primary vehicle in the world for manned space flight. Steadily upgraded through the years, the Soyuz TMA features glass cockpit displays and state of the art computer systems. With an unequaled record for safety and shear number of flights, the Soyuz is a remarkable piece of Russian engineering and truly a spacecraft...

          Space Shuttle "Orbit Achieved" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNSSORBIT
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            Having spent all its fuel to propel the space shuttle to orbit, the main fuel tank is jettisoned. The tank is destined for a fiery end as it loses altitude and incinerates in the Earth's atmosphere usually over the Pacific Ocean. The shuttle continues on to final orbit. This print shows the Space Shuttle Atlantis as she reaches orbit around the Earth - "Orbit Achieved".

            SR-71 Blackbird "On The Edge Of Night" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNSR71EDGE
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              This piece was inspired by a passage from former SR-71 pilot Major Brian Shul's book "Sled Driver". In it he describes a night flight in which he was astonished by the splendor of the Milky Way Galaxy overhead. The SR-71 Blackbird still remains one of the most incredible airplanes to ever fly. Designed to fly at speeds well in excess of 2,000 MPH and at altitudes over 80,000 feet, the Blackbird was untouchable. Almost 4,000 missiles were launched at her by hostile forces in an attempt to bring...

              SR-71 Blackbird "The Untouchable" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNSR71
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                SSN 688 USS Los Angeles (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNLA
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                  SSN 688 USS Los Angeles (Fine Art Print) by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNLAAfter 30 years of service, the Los Angeles Class fast attack submarine is still a mainstay of America's fast attack submarine fleet. In January , 2010 the lead ship of the class, USS Los Angeles, was de-commissioned from the fleet. We are pleased to offer this print to commemorate the service of "the First and The Finest". The scene shows the sub passing over the drop-off of the continental shelf and headed...

                  USS Lafayette "SSBN 616 USS Lafayette" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNLAF
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                    USS Lafayette "SSBN 616 USS Lafayette" (Fine Art Print) by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNLAFThe Lafayette Class of submarines helped form the submarine born strategic nuclear missile force from the early 1960s through the early 1990s. Along with the "Benjamin Franklin", "George Washington" and "Ethan Allen" classes, the type was part of 41 nuclear ballistic missile submarines which made up what was known as "The 41 for Freedom". The USS Lafayette initially carried 16 Polaris A2...

                    USS Los Angeles "SSN 688 USS Los Angeles" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNUSSLA
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                      USS Los Angeles "SSN 688 USS Los Angeles" by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNUSSLAAfter 30 years of service, the Los Angeles Class fast attack submarine is still a mainstay of America's fast attack submarine fleet. My depiction is one of the earlier boats with the diving planes on the sail. Later improved boats in the class had the forward diving planes on the hull. The scene shows the sub passing over the drop-off of the continental shelf and headed for deep water.

                      Vautour IIN  (Vulture) (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNVIIN
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                        Vostok I Spacecraft "Poyekhali! (Off We Go!)" (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNVOSTOK
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                          By 1961 the science of rocketry and space flight had advanced to the point that it was feasible a man could make the journey beyond Earth's atmosphere into space. Although several manmade satellites had successfully achieved orbit by this time, it was not an absolute certainty that manned space flight would succeed. On April 12, 1961 Yuri Gagrin bravely entered his Vostok I spacecraft perched atop an R-7 rocket. Upon blast off he spoke over the intercom, "Poyekhali!" which translates in...

                          XB-70 Valkyrie (Fine Art Print), Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item Number MKNXB703
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                            XB-70 Valkyrie (Fine Art Print) by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNXB703Designed and constructed during the "Cold War", the Valkyrie first flew in 1964. The United States issued a requirement for a heavy bomber capable of cruising at Mach 3 with range enough to reach the USSR to deliver a nuclear weapon. Rapid progress of intercontinental ballistic missile programs soon negated the role for which the Valkyrie was intended and the program was cancelled. Two prototypes were constructed...

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