SPLIT

SECOND

On September 16, 1944, James Kunkle had to make a split second

decision that put him into the face of 20+ eager, angry and aggressive enemy fighters.  He survived.  But it's best hearing it in his words.

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Featured:  James Kunkle

2nd Lt. James Kunkle flew P-38s with the 9th

Air Force over Europe during WWII.  He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross

for his combat action on Sept. 16, 1944

Featured:  The P-38 Lightning

The P-38 Lightning was an important fighter plane of WWII.  It's distinctive "twin booms" make it immediately recognizable.

Featured:  The man today

James Kunkle survived WWII to become a leader in the construction and real estate business...and a skilled pilot into his 90s!

Read more about Jim and his DSC day here!

Kunkle made a

Split Second

decision to fight

If you're like us, you've wondered how, why and what

it takes to do something heroic, courageous...we hope the stories

of people like Jim Kunkle inspire you to do something amazing, too.

Own a print of James' P-38, "Kunk's Klunk"

(signed by the man himself)

Kunk's Klunk 9x13 print

(subject to sell-out)

Signed by James Kunkle

 

Comes with

"Split Second" Challenge Coin: $100

 

Shipping/Handling $15

 

*13x19 prints are very limited qua and $300

Believers in the cause...

 

The TONY BACHMAN GROUP

John POITRAS

Two anonymous patrons

and the South dakota air and space museum

 

 

Contact Info

P. Sixer Zero Fiver -  Two Sixer One - Sixer Zero Seven Zero

E. john@johnmollison.com

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