Vf 1 Posters and Art Prints

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VF-1 Wolfpack - Fighter Squadron 1 (VF-1) was a fighter squadron of the United States Navy. Originally established on 14 October 1972 it was disestablished on 30 September 1993. It was the fifth US Navy squadron to be designated VF-1.[1] Known as the "Wolfpack" the squadron saw combat during the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm. The squadron was de-activated and its personnel reassigned in 1993 when its carrier, USS Ranger, was decommissioned.

Tags: f14, graphic-design, best-selling, best, pilot

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Fighter Squadron 1 (VF-1) was a fighter squadron of the United States Navy. Originally established on 14 October 1972 it was disestablished on 30 September 1993. It was the fifth US Navy squadron to be designated VF-1. Known as the "Wolfpack" the squadron saw combat during the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm. The squadron was de-activated and its personnel reassigned in 1993 when its carrier, USS Ranger, was decommissioned.

Tags: operation-desert-storm, vietnam, f14, f14-tomcat, veteran

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Navy Fighter Squadron VF-1 F-14 Tail Marking - Wolfpack

Tags: wolfpack, tail-code, f-14, vf-1, fighter-squadron

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VF 1S piloted by Ichijou Hikaru in Macross Saga defended the SDF 1 against Zentraldi forces. As fighter jet who can transformed into humanoid mecha.

Tags: anime-art, 80s, macross-delta, skull, skull-and-crossbones

Macross Robotech Posters and Art

by Mecha Bros
$13 $7.00
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VF 1S piloted by Ichijou Hikaru in Macross Saga defended the SDF 1 against Zentraldi forces. As fighter jet who can transformed into humanoid mecha.

Tags: robot, manga-art, 80s, skull-and-crossbones, fear-the-skull

Macross Robotech Posters and Art

by Mecha Bros
$13 $7.00
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VF 1S piloted by Ichijou Hikaru in Macross Saga defended the SDF 1 against Zentraldi forces. As fighter jet who can transformed into humanoid mecha.

Tags: manga-art, robot, deculture, 80s, skull-and-crossbones

Macross Robotech Posters and Art

by Mecha Bros
$13 $7.00
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VF 1S piloted by Ichijou Hikaru in Macross Saga defended the SDF 1 against Zentraldi forces. As fighter jet who can transformed into humanoid mecha.

Tags: deculture, macross-delta, manga-art, skull-and-crossbones, fear-the-skull

Macross Robotech Posters and Art

by Mecha Bros
$13 $7.00
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VF 1S piloted by Ichijou Hikaru in Macross Saga defended the SDF 1 against Zentraldi forces. As fighter jet who can transformed into humanoid mecha.

Tags: roy-fokker, hikaru-ichijoe, skull, skull-and-crossbones, japan

Macross Robotech Posters and Art

by Mecha Bros
$13 $7.00
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VF-1 Vakyrie robot from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross anime

Tags: macross-frontier, superdimensionfortress, vf-1, macrossfrontier, macross-vf-1-valkyrie

VF-1 Valkyrie Macross Posters and Art

by Anime Access
$13 $7.00
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The venerable VF-11B Thunderbolt gets the Valk Girl treatment!

Tags: manga, anime, mecha, sdf-1, vf-1

VF-11B Thunderbolt Girl Posters and Art

by AspleniaStudios
$13 $7.00
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Do You Remember Love?

Tags: anime, cartoon, 1980s, transformer, vf-1

VF-S1 Space Patrol Posters and Art

by VectorSkies
$12 $7.00
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A super-deformed/chibi (ie- "cute") version of the GBP-1, or "Armored Valk" from the Macross franchise.

Tags: rickhunter, protoculture, minmay, hikaruichijoe, armoredvalkyrie

SD GBP-1 Posters and Art

by AspleniaStudios
$12 $7.00
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An 8-bit inspired version of Kakizaki’s VF-1A Super Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, gerwalk, valkyrie, vf-1, 8-bit

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1S Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, gerwalk, max-jenius, anime

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1S Strike Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love? (I know, it never appeared onscreen, but there are enough toys to justify that he flew one)

Tags: macross, vf-1, gerwalk, max-jenius, 8bit

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1S Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, battroid, max-jenius, 8bit

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VF-1 Wolfpack - Fighter Squadron 1 (VF-1) was a fighter squadron of the United States Navy. Originally established on 14 October 1972 it was disestablished on 30 September 1993. It was the fifth US Navy squadron to be designated VF-1.[1] Known as the "Wolfpack" the squadron saw combat during the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm. The squadron was de-activated and its personnel reassigned in 1993 when its carrier, USS Ranger, was decommissioned.

Tags: wolfpack, vf-1, pilot, plane, fighter-jet

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1A Super Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, valkyrie, vf-1, max-jenius, sdf-1

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An 8-bit inspired version of Kakizaki's VF-1A Super Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, battroid, valkyrie, vf-1, kawaii

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An 8-bit inspired version of Kakizaki’s VF-1A Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, hayao-kakizaki, valkyrie, vf-1, 8-bit

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max's VF-1S Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, valkyrie, vf-1, max-jenius, 8-bit

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An 8-bit inspired version of Hikaru’s VF-1S Strike Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, gerwalk, hikaru-ichijoe, 8-bit

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1A Super Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, gerwalk, max-jenius, sdf-1

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1S Strike Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love? (I know, it never appeared onscreen, but there are enough toys to justify that he flew one)

Tags: macross, vf-1, battroid, max-jenius, 8-bit

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An 8-bit inspired version of Hikaru’s VF-1S Strike Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, strike-valkyrie, hikaru-ichijoe, sdf-1

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VF-1 Wolfpack - Fighter Squadron 1 (VF-1) was a fighter squadron of the United States Navy. Originally established on 14 October 1972 it was disestablished on 30 September 1993. It was the fifth US Navy squadron to be designated VF-1.[1] Known as the "Wolfpack" the squadron saw combat during the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm. The squadron was de-activated and its personnel reassigned in 1993 when its carrier, USS Ranger, was decommissioned.

Tags: wolfpack, vf-1, pilot, plane, fighter-jet

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1A Super Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, max-jenius, battroid, anime

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An 8-bit inspired version of Roy’s VF-1S Strike Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Tags: macross, vf-1, battroid, roy-focker, kawaii

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An 8-bit inspired version of Max’s VF-1S Strike Valkyrie, as seen in the classic anime film Macross: Do You Remember Love? (I know, it never appeared onscreen, but there are enough toys to justify that he flew one)

Tags: macross, valkyrie, vf-1, max-jenius, 8bit

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Top Gun was released on May 16, 1986. Upon its release, the film received generally mixed reviews from film critics but many particularly praised the action sequences, the effects, the aerial stunts, and the acting performances with Cruise and McGillis receiving the most praise. Four weeks after release, the number of theaters showing it increased by 45 percent. Despite its initial mixed critical reaction, the film was a huge commercial hit grossing US$356 million against a production budget of only US$15 million. Additionally, the film won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Take My Breath Away" performed by Berlin.

Tags: fighter-pilot, navy, tom-cruise, topgun-academy, topgun

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Top Gun was released on May 16, 1986. Upon its release, the film received generally mixed reviews from film critics but many particularly praised the action sequences, the effects, the aerial stunts, and the acting performances with Cruise and McGillis receiving the most praise. Four weeks after release, the number of theaters showing it increased by 45 percent. Despite its initial mixed critical reaction, the film was a huge commercial hit grossing US$356 million against a production budget of only US$15 million. Additionally, the film won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Take My Breath Away" performed by Berlin.

Tags: maverick, fighter-pilot, valkyrie, macross, squadron

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