“Air Force CSO T-1 Pensacola” vintage style military aviation art by – Squadron Posters!
Air Force CSO T-1 Pensacola
Air Force CSO T-1 Pensacola poster art.
The Pensacola beach sign is a famous landmark that directs drivers to ‘turn right‘ for a scenic tour along the gulf. The iconic sign in this poster fittingly says ‘bank right‘. The T-1A Jayhawk is a medium-range, twin-engine jet trainer used in the advanced phase of Air Force Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training for students selected to fly strategic/tactical airlift or tanker aircraft. It is used also for training Air Force Combat Systems Officers in high and low level flight procedures during the advanced phase of training.
12×16 canvas wrap, 16×20 poster, 16×20 poster framed, 16×20 canvas wrap, 20×30 poster, 20×30 poster framed, 20×30 canvas wrap, 32×48 canvas wrap
- Larry Smith2/04/20181/16/2018
The Aviator’s map was the perfect gift for our son who recently enlisted in the Air Force. The canvas... read more is beautiful ( so nice that my son is reluctant to put any push pins into it!) The company offered excellent, personal customer service. I truly felt like I was dealing with a small business who cares about the customer! Thank you to Andy and the rest of the team. read less12/27/2017
We ordered a beautiful Jet Black Super Wide Framed Canvas in celebration of my husband's assignment to the HC-130J. It... read more looks amazing in our living room and the world will definitely know we are an Air Force family. 😉 The canvas was well packaged and shipped quickly. We will definitely be return customers. Thank you Squadron Posters! read less12/09/2017
We've ordered two pictures from them now: a large C-17 canvas and the canvas Aviator's Map. Both pictures are beautiful.... read more They arrived quickly and with no defects. Very happy with Squadron Posters and can't wait to get the rest of the pictures we have on our wish list. read less11/10/2017
Excellent product! Fast shipping. Looks awesome on my wall above the sofa. Cant wait to show it off to friends.11/03/2017