IAF Squadron Commander Avaham Lanir, flying an Israeli Air Force Mirage III, scores a victory over a Syrian MiG-21 on 9 November 1972. Later, during the Yom Kippur War, his Mirage was hit by a Syrian missile ambush, forcing him to eject over enemy territory. Despite valiant efforts to rescue him, he was captured by the Syrians and died under interrogation.
Overall size: 17¾" x 25"
Available in the following editions
Signed by six double Aces of the Israeli Air Force.
(These editions are available with matching serial numbers to "Double Strike" while stocks allow)
Colonel Giora Even Epstein – the highest scoring jet-to-jet Ace in history with 17 confirmed kills.
Brigadier General Israel Baharav – 12 confirmed victories including 5 double kills, downing more MiG-21s than any other pilot.
Colonel Yehuda Koren – was officially credited with 10½ victories in the Mirage.
Lieutenant Colonel Avraham Salomon – scored 14½victories, including the last ever in an Israeli Mirage.
Colonel Oded Marom – credited with at least 10½ victories in the Mirage.
Lieutenant Colonel Shlomo Levy – scored a minimum of 10 confirmed victories.
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