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Americus, Georgia, 1941

There are very few pictures of a PT-17 flying over Americus, Georgia, in 1941. I had found one yesterday. It was before December 7th, 1941. 362 more words


GP Cox reblogged this on Pacific Paratrooper and commented:

Pierre not only found this photo, more information was discovered and is in his later posts! Enjoy!!

June 28th/Day 59: The Q Word And The B Word

There are two words we don’t like to say out loud–and sometimes think in your head–at work. Quiet and Busy. People get quite superstitious about this kind of thing. 82 more words

Project 365

Photo Of The Day- June 29th

A Soldier with the 101st Airborne Division returns fire with a M249 light machine gun during combat operations in the valley of Barawala Kalet, Kunar province, Afghanistan, March 29.

Photo Credit: Pfc. Cameron Boyd

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Lufthansa A340 Business Class (Old) MUC - ORD

After a lovely weekend in Salzburg for a delayed Mother’s Day trip, mom and I hopped on the euro rail at Salzburg Station and made our way back to Munich. 2,031 more words


What You Get...

“What you get by stealth and guts, you must hold by skill and determination.”

Major General Richard Gale, Commander 6th Airborne Division, finishing his briefing prior to D-Day (June 1944).


Watch This Insane Dash Cam Footage Of A Porsche Crash Going Airborne

One of Russia’s greatest exports is its bewildering collection of dash cam footage. Between creepy road rage brawls and children being walked by their own pets, we have to wonder: What in the actual f*ck is going on over there? 17 more words

U.S., Latvian military conduct airborne training

From Army.mil, by Staff Sgt. Brooks Fletcher, Jun 2015

ADAZI MILITARY BASE, Latvia (June 17, 2015) — Military personnel, from the Latvian National Armed Forces, U.S. 450 more words

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