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Air Force Baroque Apprime t-Shirt

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aroque – an artistic style that expresses triumphant power. Apprime – Latin for ABOVE ALL. For the many bounties & virtues that we enjoy as a nation we must thank the men and WOMEN of our military! Whether you're an active duty female or the significant other of a member of the United States Air Force, you express triumphant power and are above all! Without you our nation could not thrive as the most supreme air power that history has ever recorded. You are complex, beautiful, feminine and vital.

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aroque – an artistic style that expresses triumphant power. Apprime – Latin for ABOVE ALL. For the many bounties & virtues that we enjoy as a nation we must thank the men and WOMEN of our military! Whether you're an active duty female or the significant other of a member of the United States Air Force, you express triumphant power and are above all! Without you our nation could not thrive as the most supreme air power that history has ever recorded. You are complex, beautiful, feminine and vital.

This design is actually comprised of 13 separate artists' renderings fused together. There are scenes of military equipment, combat, quotes from the constitution and a bit of artistic distress that all combine to create an unforgettable message and an unparalleled eye-catching design. The back artwork is centered with a sword & cross-symbolizing the deep sense of purpose that you have, an observer of tranquility & gentleness in good times, you can & will leap to the sword in times of peril and defend our nation from all enemies-both foreign and domestic.

This scarlet colored designer baby doll tee is made with 100% super soft combed cotton, printed with 'no feel' discharge inks and cut to sexy form flattering perfection. Only the finest that the world can offer for our nation's finest that offers the world so much.

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