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Little Boy Bomb Model Signed by Morris Jeppson

Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Little Boy Model

$299.98

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Little Boy Bomb Model Signed by Morris Jeppson


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Own a piece of History from the world's greatest pilots with our Hiroshima Bomb mahogany display model !

Model Bomb: Little Boy Hiroshima Bomb signed by Morris Jeppson
Airplane: B-29 Enola Gay
Length: 13"
Material: Mahogany
Company: USAAF

Model Airplane Factory offers you this elegant Little Boy model display made by our master craftsmen. The Little Boy Bomb display model signed by Morris Jeppson is meticulously carved and painted to reflect the true detail of the original Little Boy Atomic Bomb. The Little Boy Hiroshima Bomb display model will be painted according to the specific color scheme of the Little Boy for their historical significance and authenticity. Every Little Boy Atomic Bomb model personally signed by Morris R. Jeppson is a work of art. Little Boy Hiroshima Bomb display model is hand carved from solid mahogany and completely hand painted. Little Boy display model mahogany is attached to a durable wooden base so you can place it wherever you like it!


Morris Richard Jeppson was a Second Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He served as assistant weaponeer on the Enola Gay, which dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, 1945. Jeppson, along with Rear Admiral William Sterling Parsons were responsible for arming the bomb during the flight from Tinian to Japan. Jeppson's role was to remove the safety plugs from the weapon just before reaching the target area, a job that later caused controversy. In September 1945, Jeppson was awarded the Silver Star in recognition of his service to his country.



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