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Discussion in 'Photos' started by calrider, Sep 5, 2010.
My father served on one of these in the South Pacific in WWII. His stories of Kamakazees and Typhoons made me join the Airforce. lol
2 pieces of good German steel.
1 piece of good German steel and a Chaffee.
My Bavarian canon in front of a US canon:
Looks somewhat like a Boffars on wheels. Thompkinsville, Ky
Just south of Rolla, MO on U.S. 63
Stay safe, my Beemer hasn't rolled out of the garage in the last month, county wide lock-down and all.
Looks like a Russian ZU 23-2 AA gun?
Parked next to a Soviet KH-22 anti-ship missile with optional nuclear warhead.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/en:Strategic missile forces museum in Ukraine?uselang=en-GB
Sullivan vfw Sullivan Indiana
Shameless crosspost from another thread:
How about this model of a Waco Glider to remember all the soldiers who came into the Netherlands in WWII for operation Market Garden:
Several hundreds of them landed in the field where this lifesize model stands.
US field piece. Shelby OH. They have 2 of them parked next to the fire dept.
After the BMW NorCal Range of Light ride last year-Hawthorne Nevada
Only place in Iowa that Civil War cannon balls hit our soil.
Fort Greely Alaska