Authentic aluminum exterior skin fragment with original camouflage paint from Russian Federation Kamov Ka-52 attack helicopter lost in combat outside Kyiv, Ukraine in 2022, combined with the artwork of Ron Cole in this 11x17-inch wall-hanging display.
The Ukrainian people have proven to the world that they are both resilient and innovative, both on the battlefield and with how they've found ways to support themselves in a time of great crisis. Over the past few months, Cole's Aircraft has connected with some fine patriots in the region with access to the detritus of their fight for survival. Parts of Russian combat aircraft, such as this Ka-52, have been salvaged and sent directly to us in the United States. We're happy to help support our Ukrainian friends, and simultaneously offer these pieces to people around the world who appreciate these historic events, the aircraft involved, as well as the spirit of Ukrainian resistance. Nobody knows how the situation will evolve in the future - but for now, we have a limited amount of this material to share with you.
Each display is framed as shown and signed & numbered by the artist.
One of the rarest and most historically important displays ever released by Cole's Aircraft - Original un-doped linen from the Wright 1903 Flyer (also known as Flyer I) that first...
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