About Ted Williams Plaques and Collages
Ted Williams’ habit of setting records hasn’t been limited to just baseball. When he moved to settle and to complete studies in air gunnery’ to Jacksonville, he smashed records’ for reflexes, visual reflexes and coordinative theories. So much so that his reflex and reaction time made him an integral key to the manning and machine he was operating. You can now have the players Mickey Mantle
and Ted Williams Photo - Framed or even the Babe Ruth and Ted Williams 16x20 Framed for yourself.
Sources say that Ted received his pre flight training in Athens, Georgia, his primary training in BAS Bunker Hill, Indiana, and his advanced with flight training in NAS Pensacola. On May 2 1944, he received his coveted “wings and commission”. He joined as a flight instructor at NAS Pensacola teaching the younger pilots how to maneuver the F4U Corsair. He ended the war in Hawaii where he was awaiting to join the Chinese fleet. In January 1946, he was discharged from duty but was still kept as a reserve. Now we have for you items like the Ted Williams Photograph - 8x10 - Boston Red Sox Close Up and the Ted Williams Photograph - 8x10- Boston Red Sox Legends Collage on display. This my friend could add seven stars to your players collection.
Sources say that Ted wasn’t called for active army service till the Korean War, when he was 34, on May 1 1952. He hadn’t flown for more than eight years, however that did not deter him and he joined the active service, having the option of sitting out if he would have signed up as a teammate for the service comrades.