|hances are that as a Valor Studios patron, a D-Day print hangs on your wall, showing a C-47 with the squadron code “L4.” These are the markings of the 91st Troop Carrier|
Squadron, the unit that dropped the Band of Brothers of Easy Company near Ste. Mere Eglise on D-Day.
We’re proud to offer the perfect companion to display alongside your D-Day artwork – a C-47 model of the aircraft that carried Lt. Dick Winters and his men of 1st Platoon into battle in the early morning hours of June 6, 1944!
This limited-edition 1/72nd scale model creates the ideal tribute to the brave pilots of 9th Air Force Troop Carrier Command and their airborne brothers in arms.
The C-47 is 10.75 inches in length and has a 15 inch wingspan, so the model is the perfect size to be displayed in a book shelf or on a desk/cabinet in front of your favorite D-Day print.
Its markings are exact to the aircraft flown by Lt. William Sammons (who would be wounded by flak on D-Day) of the 91st Squadron, and even include the chalk number "67" is recreated alongside the rear door.
This beautiful diecast
metal model also features:
Models are double boxed** and shipped within the US by Priority Mail.