1964 Rolex Submariner on a Special Forces steel bracelet custom made for a Green Beret during the Nam War.. This Sub has a custom matte finish & a US Divers Badge representing Combat Diver Qualification & Proficiency…
Taken at the beginning of the 20th century, by English photographer Arthur S. Mole & his American colleague John D. Thomas, these living photographs show thousands of American soldiers posing as symbols of American history.
Mole & Thomas traveled from one military camp to another taking photos of soldiers forming gigantic patriotic symbols as a part of planned promotional campaign to sell war bonds.
Mole & Thomas spent days preparing formations photographed from a 80 foot tower with an 11 by 14 inch camera. Their images are now part of the Chicago Historical Society, the Museum of Modern Art & the Library of Congress.
The Statue of Liberty – there are 18,000 men: 12,000 of them in the torch alone, but just 17 at the base. The men at the top of the picture are actually half a mile away from the men at the bottom.
The Living Uncle Sam – 19,000 officers & men at Camp Lee, Virginia; Circa January 13, 1919
The Human US Shield – 30,000 officers & men at Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan; Circa 1918
The Human American Eagle: 12,500 officers, nurses and men at Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia, 1918.
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