Tin Cans Save the Day

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Tin Cans Save the Day.  This painting depicts the USS Bailey in action on March 27, 1943, during the Battle of the Komandorski

Islands, which are Soviet territory located to west of the Aleutian Islands.  During the battle the Bailey and three other destroyers distinguished

themselves by protecting a heavily damaged cruiser with a smoke screen and torpedo attack which convinced the superior Japanese force to retire.

The Bailey took several direct hits from two Japanese heavy cruisers while getting into position to launch her torpedoes. For this action, she was

awarded the Navy Unit Commendation.

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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 Info@TheArtofAlaska.net

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

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Edition size of 250, signed and numbered by the artist.

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