Posts Tagged ‘Classic Military Photos’

5919365.fdd95728.560 12179166.bbd5cb58.560 Bagged_560 Enlisting in the Marines, 1941

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Our Men in uniform  From 2cents down under!

Busy today packing for Toronto (did I mention I’m going to Toronto?). So how about some classic military pictures to kill some time.


Still organizing photos. Enjoy



No matter your service branch – We honor their committment!

As I continue to attempt to bring order to my digital collect I am finding fun old photos. I hope you enjoy more military recruits.


Faas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning combat photographer who carved out new standards for covering war with a camera and became one of the world’s legendary photojournalists in nearly half a century with the AP, died Thursday in Munich, said his daughter, Clare Faas. He was 79.

Faas’ Vietnam coverage earned him the Overseas Press Club’s Robert Capa Award and his first Pulitzer in 1965. Receiving the honors in New York, he said his mission was to “record the suffering, the emotions and the sacrifices of both Americans and Vietnamese in … this little bloodstained country so far away.” Faas was best known for covering Vietnam and won four major awards including the first of his two Pulitzers.

In this June 8, 1972 file photo, 9-year-old Kim Phuc, center, runs down Route 1 near Trang Bang, Vietnam after an aerial napalm attack.

As I clean and clear my hard drives, I am finding more and more “Classic Military Photos” I figures I would post a couple and say that I will return to normal blogging with in a day or two. Things are much better. And no, I won’t share my meds! 😉












Over time I have come across several photos of different intake facilities for military recruited. Here for your viewing are a few more of them.