Alaskan Sabre

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Alaskan Sabre.  From 1954 to 1957, the Alaska Air Guard’s 144th Fighter Squadron flew F-86E Sabres from Elmendorf AFB

and the new Anchorage International Airport.  The squadron supplemented regular Air Force interceptor units protecting Alaska and

the Lower 48 from Soviet bombers approaching from Siberia and the North Pole. The Sabre was best known for its exploits over

“MiG Alley” during the Korean War, where it proved itself superior to the Soviet-built MiG-15.

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Limited Edition Giclee – museum grade print on acid-free paper with archival inks

Standard size 24 x  18 – $225


Metal Print – premium-quality image fused to aluminum panel for breathtaking color and clarity.

This metal print comes standard with black border as shown above. If you wish to order this print without

the border, please email us at

Standard size – 27 x 20 – $325, with brushed steel frame – $475

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