LT. COLONEL JOE FORSTER - BIOGRAPHY SIGNED - HFSID 296797
Sale Price $108.00
Signature of the World War II ace on a printed record of his 9 kills and 3 probables
Biography signed: "Joe Forster", 8½x5¼. Printed card listing the dates and identities of Forster's confirmed and probable kills, plus one damaged aircraft. WWII Army Air Force fighter ace Joe Forster (b. 1919) shot down nine Japanese planes. The 475th Fighter Group, "Satan's Angels", flew P-38J fighters in the campaign to liberate the Philippines. On October 13, 1944 his P-38 "Florida Cracker" made - of necessity - the longest single engine flight of that aircraft in history - 8 hours back to base after losing the other engine in a dogfight. Forster, promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 1959, retired from the Air Force in 1971. Fine condition.
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