“Louisiana ANG 122d Fighter Squadron F-15” vintage style military aviation art by – Squadron Posters!
Louisiana ANG 122d Fighter Squadron F-15
Louisiana ANG 122d Fighter Squadron F-15 poster art.
The 122nd Fighter Squadron (122nd FS) is a unit of the Louisiana Air National Guard 159th Fighter Wing located at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Louisiana. It operates the F-15C providing air superiority abroad to combatant commanders on request and at home in conducting the alert air sovereignty mission. The squadron is a descendant organization of the 122d Observation Squadron, established on 30 July 1940. It is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the United States Army National Guard formed before World War II. (“Bayou Militia”)
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans is a base of the United States military located in Belle Chasse, unincorporated Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. NAS JRB New Orleans is home to a Nav Reserve strike fighter squadron and a fleet logistics support squadron, the 159th Fighter Wing (159 FW) of the Louisiana Air National Guard, Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans, a detachment of a Marine Reserve light helicopter attack squadron, as well as other US Nav & US Army activities. The base has a 24/7 operating schedule to support both the 159 FW’s NORAD air sovereignty/homeland defense requirements and for Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans search and rescue/maritime law enforcement/port security missions. It contains a military airport known as Alvin Callender Field which is located three nautical miles (6 km) south of the central business district of New Orleans.
The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle is an American twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter aircraft designed by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) to gain and maintain air supremacy in aerial combat. The F-15C is an improved single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version.
Design by Michael RossLocation: New Orleans, LA
Michael spent his childhood reading such literary classics as “Sgt. Rock” and “Enemy Ace”, spending hours copying the illustrations. He later received a B.A. in Art and still uses his comic book influence along with his love of history and aviation in his work.