Martin B-26 Marauder bombers attack a railway depot in Germany in late 1944. B-26 Belle Ringer in the foreground was flown by
1st Lt. Robert D. Sullivan.
Signed on the reverse by Robert D. Sullivan
Original oil painting on canvas and board
Dr. Robert D. Sullivan
Enlisted in the Army Air Corps as a Private on Dec 8th, 1941. Served as Drill Sergeant, Aviation Mechanic, and Aviation Cadet. Later as Bomb Sight Maintenance Officer, Chemical Warfare Officer, and Aircraft Armament Officer before becoming a pilot on the B-26 Martin Marauder in which he flew 67 combat missions.
Decorations include: Good Conduct Ribbon, Air Medal with 7 Oak Leaf Clusters, Distinguished Unit Citation Badge with 1 oak leaf cluster, American Campaign Medal, European, African, and Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with 5 Silver Stars, World War Two Victory Medal, French Croix-de-Guerre avec Palme.