Galloping Ghost of the China Coast

Commander E.B. Fluckey's Barb races for deep water after delivering a daring surface attack on a Japanese convoy in Namkwan Harbor, China, 23 January 1945. Signed by artist Ted Wilbur and Medal of Honor-winner Rear Adm. E.B. Fluckey.
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5.00 Stars
Beautiful Print
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
By: Ian MacCorquodale
I just recieved my copy of Wilburs "Galloping Ghost of the China Coast". This print captures the triumph of the moment, one can feel the energy coursing from the print. I am impressed that it is signed by the artist, even more so that it was signed by Admiral Fluckey. A wonderful addition to my collection. Highly recommended.
 
The Galloping Ghost of the China Coast
Sunday, April 26, 2009
By: Lance Milz
I purchased this print several years ago. This past weekend I attended a sub vets meeting. I took this print with me and asked WWII sub vets if they would like to sign it. Everyone of them didn't hesitate. One of the signers served with Admiral Fluckey on the Barb. He couldn't get over it and said, "thats it the Galloping Ghost", and wanted to know were I got it. Needless to say he signed his name right next to his Commanders. After that he began telling me of his experiences on the Barb and with the Commander. If you have any contact with the artist, tell him he accomplished his goal and received the ultimate approval from all vets present.
 

 
 

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