Once Upon a Time in War: A helicopter lifts a wounded American soldier on a stretcher during Operation Silver City/13 March 1966.
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"Lawyer Inez Boissevain wearing a white cape, seated on a white horse at the National American Woman Suffrage Association parade, March 3rd 1913, Washington, D.C."
OPERATION AMERICAN SPRING - Washington, D.C. in the cross-hairs - The Out-of-Control Government Leadership Must Be Stopped.
Been There and Done That
George Washington information for CC All Cycles Timeline Week 16 "American Revolution and General George Washington" and for Week 24 President Song
A cat smells a tulip on a sunny spring day in Dortmund, Germany on March 17.
Colonel General Paul von Kleist visiting a recently captured steelworks in Ukraine, November 1941
For March "Crafty Thursday"- paint a solid spring color and hot glue pretty fabric spring flowers
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Gred Gadson, a lieutenant colonel w/ the Second Battalion & 32nd Field Artillery, was returning from a memorial service for 2 soldiers when his vehicle passed a roadside bomb on 5/7/07. Gadson remembers the detonation sending his body tumbling through rubble, then medics placing him on a stretcher in a helicopter, his severed feet sitting in his lap. He awakened days later at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., his legs amputated above the knees.
John Leslie Coogan (October 26, 1914 – March 1, 1984) aka Jackie Coogan, American actor who began as a child actor in silent films. He enlisted in the US Army in 1941, as a glider pilot and volunteered for hazardous duty with the 1st Air Commando Group. In December 1943, the unit was sent to India. He flew British troops, the Chindits, under General Orde Wingate on March 5, 1944, landing them at night in a small jungle clearing 100 miles behind Japanese lines in the Burma campaign.
Call It Spring rhinestone sandals. Perfect for a beach wedding!
Colonel General Keitel, Chief of the High Command of the Armed Forces (sitting next to driver) on the way through the streets of Lodz, Poland, September 1939. Lotz, a large industrial city, was called the "Polish Manchester."
Rusty GrappleOld Logging Pictures Night-logging with a Washington 108 grapple yarder at Weyerhaeuser's Longview operation on the North Toutle near Camp Baker.
so cool - thin sheet of metal on a wall to make a massive board for magnetic letters and numbers