Logo
Hank Caruso's AEROCATURES™
The Most Distinctive Images In Aviation Art

Price List Catalog Commissions & Special Editions News
Exhibits & Accolades Merchandise & Apparel Ordering Information About the Artist

Rinse, Spin, Drip Dry

September 2016




Although described conceptually several hundred years ago, the helicopter didn't come into widespread operational use until the Korean War. The Sikorsky S-51 was the preeminent shipboard search and rescue helicopter during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Many injured ground troops and downed aviators owe their lives to this helicopter's unique capabilities and the courage of its flight crews.



Note: Each month a different image from the current calendar year is featured here. To avoid the gnawing 12-month period of suspense to see all 12 pieces (along with lots of aviation anniversaries (When did the first pig fly?), incredible trivia (What is Godzilla's "birthday"?), and outrageous quotes from people that should know better) place your order for the Aerocatures™ Calendar now!

News & Updates:
  • 11/18/15 - It's available! The 2016 Aerocatures™ Calendar is ready to ship! Click here for more information.



    Please note that, at this time, ForeFeathers Enterprises does not accept orders via phone or online. Please use our online order form or see our ordering information page for details. We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • 8/17/14: Hank Caruso was on-hand on the USS Theodore Roosevelt for history in the making! The US Navy's X-47 UCAS, nicknamed "Iron Raven," underwent its first fleet integration tests. Read more about the historic day here.




    All artwork & text on this website © Hank Caruso unless otherwise credited.
    These pages ©ForeFeathers™ Enterprises. Any questions or comments regarding this site can be sent to the Webmaster.
    For questions regarding availability, prices, or other general information about the artwork itself, please contact us through the phone number on the Information page.
    Updated Saturday, 3 September 2016.
Apple: Use It
God Bless America