Noted aviation artist Rick Broome signs and numbers a newly arrived limited-edtion lithograph of his CAP painting, "Total Force Partners," at his Colorado Springs studio.
Broome holds a new "Total Force Partners" print.
Limited-edition signed, numbered lithographs of the painting created this year by noted aviation artist Rick Broome to commemorate Civil Air Patrol’s 75th anniversary and its legacy as a U.S. Air Force partner are available now, just in time for holiday gift-giving.
CAP commissioned Broome to create “Total Force Partners” earlier this year. It depicts a CAP Cessna 182 from the Maryland Wing being intercepted near Washington, D.C., by an Air Force F-16 from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland – symbolic of CAP’s role in helping train Air Force pilots in intercept missions. CAP flies the intercept missions as the Air Force’s Auxiliary and, since August 2015, as a member of the Air Force Total Force.
Broome, a former CAP member, began signing and numbering the prints this week. They may be purchased for $75 plus shipping from Vanguard. For ordering information, call 800-221-1264 and ask for Rita or Eva.