Joe Kline's Aviation Art

Joe Kline's Aviation Art

God's Lunatics  

Dustoff: That Others May Live

Copyright 2000 Joe Kline
Edition Size: 1000
Print Size 20" x 28"

"Dustoff" is a grunt's-eye view of a UH-1 Huey medevac helicopter being guided into a tight LZ to pick up wounded infantrymen. 
Aircraft Type: Bell UH-1H(D)
Available in standard or customized versions with cross design or other markings to match those of your aircraft or unit.


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"Joe Kline was born in Washington, DC in 1949. He traces his interest in aviation to his father, who was a B-25 bombardier in the European theater of operations during World War II. Knowledge of his subject matter came from reading and model building at an early age, He garnered valuable first-hand knowledge while serving as a helicopter crew chief with the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam in 1970-71.

Although he has painted a wide variety of aviation subjects, his primary interest is in military aviation, especially for the World War II and Vietnam eras. He has works on display at the U.S. Air Force Museum and the U.S. Army Aviation Museum. Recipients of his work include many former military aviators, including General James H. Doolittle and President George Bush.

Joe is a life member of Vietnam Helicopter Crew Members Association, 101st Airborne Division Association and he is the founder of the Kingsmen Reunion Association. He is an engineer by profession and lives in Gilroy, California with his wife and three daughters."



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