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Jack Keenan draws his memories, talks watercolors and war


Kreable Young | Staff Photographer
Jack Keenan is an artist who paints primarily in watercolors. While serving in World War II, Keenan drew through five sketchbooks, which his kids later made into a book, … 943 more words

The Arts

New Guinea Weather Thwarts Another Mission

Men from the 38th Bomb Group scrambled for cover as the Japanese raided Port Moresby’s airfields on the night of May 14, 1943. Once the red alert was lifted, it was approximately 0200 hours on the 15th, and not a good night to get some sleep. 698 more words

WWII

6 Celebrities Who Were Also Spies

The espionage game is a thankless one. The sign of being good at your job is that nobody can ever know. They are chameleons that can blend into any situation, going unnoticed to collect valuable information. 853 more words

WWII German forward observers

We recently switched to the Battlegroup series of rules for our WWII gaming. The rules work really nicely when you are using combined arms tactics and I personally feel they encourage them. 392 more words

WWII

Brass Knuckles, Poor Folks, and Contradictions

I’ve talked about brass knuckles before, and my fascination with them.  I realize that this is a contradiction, coming from a person who considers himself a very spiritual person, a mystic in fact, and that the mere mention of knuckle dusters confuses and upsets some of you.  431 more words

Martial Arts

REVIEW: 'The Fade Out' #1

(Image Comics, 2014)

Written by Ed Brubaker
Artwork by Sean Phillips
Colors by Elizabeth Breitweiser

There are people who are good at a certain thing, and there are those who are able to perfect an art form.  556 more words

Comic Book