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Type : BDU shirt OG 107 P58 custom epaulete vietnam war
Brand / merek : -
Bahan : cotton sateen
Warna : green
Size : small
Zipper : button
Buatan : USA
#sekenbranded #secondbranded #secondstuff #secondbandung #secondjakarta #slantpocket #armystuff #militarystuff #flightjacket #junglejacket  #junglefatigue #armyhobby #vietnamwar #usaf #usarmy #armystyle #m65 #m51 #m43 #buzzrickson #toyoenterprise #bomber #alphaindustries #og107 #fieldjacket #koreanwar #bomberjacket #WWII #militarymarket #militarymarketindonesia
Type : BDU shirt OG 107 P58 custom epaulete vietnam war Brand / merek : - Bahan : cotton sateen Warna : green Size : small Zipper : button Buatan : USA #sekenbranded  #secondbranded  #secondstuff  #secondbandung  #secondjakarta  #slantpocket  #armystuff  #militarystuff  #flightjacket  #junglejacket  #junglefatigue  #armyhobby  #vietnamwar  #usaf  #usarmy  #armystyle  #m65  #m51  #m43  #buzzrickson  #toyoenterprise  #bomber  #alphaindustries  #og107  #fieldjacket  #koreanwar  #bomberjacket  #WWII  #militarymarket  #militarymarketindonesia 
Type : BDU shirt OG 107 P64 vietnam war
Brand / merek : dpsc dir of mfg
Bahan : cotton sateen
Warna : green
Size : 15 1/2 x 35
Zipper : button
Buatan : USA
#sekenbranded #secondbranded #secondstuff #secondbandung #secondjakarta #slantpocket #armystuff #militarystuff #flightjacket #junglejacket  #junglefatigue #armyhobby #vietnamwar #usaf #usarmy #armystyle #m65 #m51 #m43 #buzzrickson #toyoenterprise #bomber #alphaindustries #og107 #fieldjacket #koreanwar #bomberjacket #WWII #militarymarket #militarymarketindonesia
Type : BDU shirt OG 107 P64 vietnam war Brand / merek : dpsc dir of mfg Bahan : cotton sateen Warna : green Size : 15 1/2 x 35 Zipper : button Buatan : USA #sekenbranded  #secondbranded  #secondstuff  #secondbandung  #secondjakarta  #slantpocket  #armystuff  #militarystuff  #flightjacket  #junglejacket  #junglefatigue  #armyhobby  #vietnamwar  #usaf  #usarmy  #armystyle  #m65  #m51  #m43  #buzzrickson  #toyoenterprise  #bomber  #alphaindustries  #og107  #fieldjacket  #koreanwar  #bomberjacket  #WWII  #militarymarket  #militarymarketindonesia 
I still have few of these U.S. Army M-51 Wool Trousers, in size M/Long only... Great fabric, great style! Have a look to the pic of the smart Private of 7th I.D. at Camp Kaiser, South Korea, 1950... #style #fashion #store #display #dexter_store_firenze #menswear #sportswear #workwear #vintagestyle #retrostyle #militarystyle #inspiration #research #military #vintage #usarmy #m51 #uniform #wool #field #trousers #koreanwar #1950 #photography #picsoftheday
I still have few of these U.S. Army M-51 Wool Trousers, in size M/Long only... Great fabric, great style! Have a look to the pic of the smart Private of 7th I.D. at Camp Kaiser, South Korea, 1950... #style  #fashion  #store  #display  #dexter_store_firenze  #menswear  #sportswear  #workwear  #vintagestyle  #retrostyle  #militarystyle  #inspiration  #research  #military  #vintage  #usarmy  #m51  #uniform  #wool  #field  #trousers  #koreanwar  #1950  #photography  #picsoftheday 
Negotiations yet to begin on return of US Korean War remains, Pentagon agency says: WASHINGTON — Months after the White House raised hopes for bringing home thousands of U.S. battlefield remains from North Korea, the returns have stalled. Detailed negotiations on future recovery arrangements have not even begun.

The slower pace appears linked to the more talked-about stalemate over North Korea’s nuclear weapons.

At a June meeting with President Donald Trump, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un committed to “work toward” the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and to cooperate in recovering U.S. war remains. Neither issue is said to be explicitly dependent on the other, and in August, the North turned over 55 boxes of remains, with expectations of more to come soon. But progress then slowed, as has the nuclear diplomacy.

Trump has said he likely will have a second summit with Kim in January or February, and while the nuclear issue would be the central focus, some believe a second meeting is the best chance to restore momentum to the remains recovery effort. "It is easy to wonder if that isn't what everyone is waiting on to happen," said Richard Downes, executive director of the Coalition of Families of Korean War and Cold War POW/MIAs, which advocates for a full accounting of the missing. Cont in comments...
Negotiations yet to begin on return of US Korean War remains, Pentagon agency says: WASHINGTON — Months after the White House raised hopes for bringing home thousands of U.S. battlefield remains from North Korea, the returns have stalled. Detailed negotiations on future recovery arrangements have not even begun. The slower pace appears linked to the more talked-about stalemate over North Korea’s nuclear weapons. At a June meeting with President Donald Trump, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un committed to “work toward” the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and to cooperate in recovering U.S. war remains. Neither issue is said to be explicitly dependent on the other, and in August, the North turned over 55 boxes of remains, with expectations of more to come soon. But progress then slowed, as has the nuclear diplomacy. Trump has said he likely will have a second summit with Kim in January or February, and while the nuclear issue would be the central focus, some believe a second meeting is the best chance to restore momentum to the remains recovery effort. "It is easy to wonder if that isn't what everyone is waiting on to happen," said Richard Downes, executive director of the Coalition of Families of Korean War and Cold War POW/MIAs, which advocates for a full accounting of the missing. Cont in comments...
1950’s US Navy Jacket 3rd Class Petty Officer Walter Futrell size 38. Born in 1938 and served in the #koreanwar.
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#inthenavy #vintagemilitary #koreanwarvet #militaryjacket #USN #usnavy
Who else is hyped for the new supersonic jets?
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#warthunder #warthuderplanes #jetfighters #sabre #cl13a #planes #koreanwar
Today’s 1940s hit is 1942’s, "White Christmas". Writing by Irving Berlin song reminiscing about an old-fashioned Christmas setting. The version sung by Bing Crosby is the world's best-selling single with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide.Other versions of the song, along with Crosby's, have sold over 50 million copies. The version most often heard today on the radio during the Christmas season is the 1947 re-recording. The 1942 master was damaged due to frequent use. Crosby re-recorded the track on March 19, 1947, accompanied again by the Trotter Orchestra and the Darby Singers, with every effort made to reproduce the original recording session. The re-recording is recognizable by the addition of flutes and celesta in the beginning.#1940s #1940smusic #1940slifestyle #1940sfashion #1950s #1950smusic #1950slifestyle #ww2 #ww2history #ww2music #1940samerica #vintage #vintagemusic #oldies #classic #1960s #backintheday #silentgeneration #koreanwar #greatdepression #1960smusic #coololdies
Today’s 1940s hit is 1942’s, "White Christmas". Writing by Irving Berlin song reminiscing about an old-fashioned Christmas setting. The version sung by Bing Crosby is the world's best-selling single with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide.Other versions of the song, along with Crosby's, have sold over 50 million copies. The version most often heard today on the radio during the Christmas season is the 1947 re-recording. The 1942 master was damaged due to frequent use. Crosby re-recorded the track on March 19, 1947, accompanied again by the Trotter Orchestra and the Darby Singers, with every effort made to reproduce the original recording session. The re-recording is recognizable by the addition of flutes and celesta in the beginning.#1940s  #1940smusic  #1940slifestyle  #1940sfashion  #1950s  #1950smusic  #1950slifestyle  #ww2  #ww2history  #ww2music  #1940samerica  #vintage  #vintagemusic  #oldies  #classic  #1960s  #backintheday  #silentgeneration  #koreanwar  #greatdepression  #1960smusic  #coololdies 
Thursday night pool league VFW Post 1136 vs the 4th District. We play last pocket to win.

Good guys won with a fantastic bank shot!! And we only have 19 Christmas trees left, come get one!

#veteransnewnormal #veterans #army #navy #marines #coastguard #airforce #ww2 #ww2veterans #gulfwar #oif #oef #koreanwar #wyandottemi #vfw #downrivermi #christmas
#tbt #throwbackthursday 🌟🌟🌟
On November 12, 1943, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt embarks on the USS Iowa (BB 61) and crosses the Atlantic to attend an Allied conference in Tehran, Iran and Cairo. After the conference, the Iowa transports the President back home. Modifications were made to accommodate the President, including the installation of elevators and a bathtub; which would hold the title of the only bathtub on a US Navy warship. The bathtub remains in place, and sailors use it as a raffle to raise funds for the ships MWR fund; winning raffle ticket earns a hot bath in the bathtub. At the time of the Presidents trip, Iowa was relatively new to the fleet, having been commissioned in February 1943. She would remain in service throughout WW2, and would serve in the Korean War. She was brought back into service in the 1980s, and was decommissioned in 1990. 🇺🇸⚓️🇺🇸
#ussiowa #ussiowabb61 #battleship #navalgun #navalgunfire #iowaclass #navalhistory #usnavyhistory #usnavy #navy #ww2 #ww2history #koreanwar #1980s #museumship #battleshipiowa #lamuseum #losangelesmuseum @portofla @downtownsanpedro @fdr_library @usnavy
#tbt  #throwbackthursday  🌟🌟🌟 On November 12, 1943, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt embarks on the USS Iowa (BB 61) and crosses the Atlantic to attend an Allied conference in Tehran, Iran and Cairo. After the conference, the Iowa transports the President back home. Modifications were made to accommodate the President, including the installation of elevators and a bathtub; which would hold the title of the only bathtub on a US Navy warship. The bathtub remains in place, and sailors use it as a raffle to raise funds for the ships MWR fund; winning raffle ticket earns a hot bath in the bathtub. At the time of the Presidents trip, Iowa was relatively new to the fleet, having been commissioned in February 1943. She would remain in service throughout WW2, and would serve in the Korean War. She was brought back into service in the 1980s, and was decommissioned in 1990. 🇺🇸⚓️🇺🇸 #ussiowa  #ussiowabb61  #battleship  #navalgun  #navalgunfire  #iowaclass  #navalhistory  #usnavyhistory  #usnavy  #navy  #ww2  #ww2history  #koreanwar  #1980s  #museumship  #battleshipiowa  #lamuseum  #losangelesmuseum  @portofla @downtownsanpedro @fdr_library @usnavy
Master of literary non-fiction, Hampton Sides visited ¡COLORES! @colores_nmpbs to talk about writing “On Desperate Ground,” the story of the harrowing battle at Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War. We asked him how his journalism background impacts his writing, and here's what he had to say. 
To See the full interview with Hampton visit: https://www.newmexicopbs.org/productions/colores/ •
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#writersofinstagram #hamptonsides #veteran #koreanwar #nonfictionbooks #nonfiction #culture #newmexicotrue #newmexicowriters  #pbs
Master of literary non-fiction, Hampton Sides visited ¡COLORES! @colores_nmpbs to talk about writing “On Desperate Ground,” the story of the harrowing battle at Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War. We asked him how his journalism background impacts his writing, and here's what he had to say. To See the full interview with Hampton visit: https://www.newmexicopbs.org/productions/colores/ • • • #writersofinstagram  #hamptonsides  #veteran  #koreanwar  #nonfictionbooks  #nonfiction  #culture  #newmexicotrue  #newmexicowriters  #pbs 
Continuing with the string of novels by Asian writers, my latest escape was If You Leave Me by @crystalhanak. This was my first glimpse into 1950's, 1960's Korea. I was fascinated by the multi-viewpoint storytelling, frustrated by the characters' choices and heartbroken throughout.
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An advantage of living in Markham - access to so many library systems and OverDrive eBook accounts in the different York Region towns and cities. I'm such a distracted reader that it usually takes me longer than one 21-day eBook loan period to finish a novel but there's usually a queue for the title I've borrowed so I can't immediately renew the loan from the same library system...
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#ifyouleaveme #crystalhanakim #fiction #historicalfiction #koreanwar #books
Continuing with the string of novels by Asian writers, my latest escape was If You Leave Me by @crystalhanak. This was my first glimpse into 1950's, 1960's Korea. I was fascinated by the multi-viewpoint storytelling, frustrated by the characters' choices and heartbroken throughout. . An advantage of living in Markham - access to so many library systems and OverDrive eBook accounts in the different York Region towns and cities. I'm such a distracted reader that it usually takes me longer than one 21-day eBook loan period to finish a novel but there's usually a queue for the title I've borrowed so I can't immediately renew the loan from the same library system... . #ifyouleaveme  #crystalhanakim  #fiction  #historicalfiction  #koreanwar  #books 
Robert Frederick Sink was born April 3, 1905, in Lexington, North Carolina. He joined the Army in 1924, graduating from West Point in 1927, and was commissioned as an infantry officer with the rank of 2nd Lt.
In 1940 he was assigned to the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment at Fort Benning. He was one of the 4% of the Army's paratroopers to qulaify as a master parachutist, and liked to celebrate his birthday each year by making a jump. 
In Jan, 1941, he was promoted to Major and given command of the 503rd PI Battalion. He was promoted to Lt Colonel on Feb, 1942, and made Colonel in Nov, 1942.
In July 1942, he was made commander of the 506th PIR. He was 37 years old. He remained with the regiment throughout the war, even turning down at least 2 promotions to remain with the unit. He led the regiment in combat from Normandy to the end of the war when they returned to France.
On August 12th, 1945, he was named assistant division commander of the 101st Airborne. He returned to the U.S in Dec, 1945.
After WW2, Sink remained in the Army, participated in the Korean War, where he was awarded 3 silver star, 2 legion of merit, and 2 bronze star medals. He commanded several divisions in the US Army until he retired in 1961 as a Lt General. 
The man his troops affectionately called "Bourbon Bob" made his last big jump on Dec 13, 1965. 
Sink was portrayed by Captain Dale Dye in the Band of Brothers miniseries.
Currahee and rest easy to the man who gave his utmost loyalty to the men of the 506th ♠♠
#bandofbrothers
#easycompany #506thpir #parachuteinfantry #paratrooper #101stairbornedivision #screamingeagles #airborneinfantry #robertsink #daledye #ww2 #wwii #worldwar2 #war #koreanwar #history #ww2history #militaryhistory #rip
Robert Frederick Sink was born April 3, 1905, in Lexington, North Carolina. He joined the Army in 1924, graduating from West Point in 1927, and was commissioned as an infantry officer with the rank of 2nd Lt. In 1940 he was assigned to the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment at Fort Benning. He was one of the 4% of the Army's paratroopers to qulaify as a master parachutist, and liked to celebrate his birthday each year by making a jump. In Jan, 1941, he was promoted to Major and given command of the 503rd PI Battalion. He was promoted to Lt Colonel on Feb, 1942, and made Colonel in Nov, 1942. In July 1942, he was made commander of the 506th PIR. He was 37 years old. He remained with the regiment throughout the war, even turning down at least 2 promotions to remain with the unit. He led the regiment in combat from Normandy to the end of the war when they returned to France. On August 12th, 1945, he was named assistant division commander of the 101st Airborne. He returned to the U.S in Dec, 1945. After WW2, Sink remained in the Army, participated in the Korean War, where he was awarded 3 silver star, 2 legion of merit, and 2 bronze star medals. He commanded several divisions in the US Army until he retired in 1961 as a Lt General. The man his troops affectionately called "Bourbon Bob" made his last big jump on Dec 13, 1965. Sink was portrayed by Captain Dale Dye in the Band of Brothers miniseries. Currahee and rest easy to the man who gave his utmost loyalty to the men of the 506th ♠♠ #bandofbrothers  #easycompany  #506thpir  #parachuteinfantry  #paratrooper  #101stairbornedivision  #screamingeagles  #airborneinfantry  #robertsink  #daledye  #ww2  #wwii  #worldwar2  #war  #koreanwar  #history  #ww2history  #militaryhistory  #rip 
Thanked a Korean War Veteran today. Makes me proud to be an American
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#maga #trump #trump2020 #flotus #potus #vppence #koreanwarvet #koreanwar
Throwback Thursday. Why I love music: My Dad Earl, between missions in the Korean War, sings with other young pilots. #tbt #throwbackthursday #koreanwar #militarybrat #whyilovemusic #mydad #91yearsold #thismonth #earlandgloria #theonehundredlivesofbillbrown
Bristol CT: Home of ESPN, Fred Lynn, Radar O’Reilly, and Hogan. Do you have a great network?  Are you a star?  If so, then DM me for a great opportunity! #espn #bellcity #mumcity #bristolct #radaroreiley #bobcrane #hogansheroes #sports #mumfestival #ststanislauschurch #bristolblues #muzzyfield #bostonredsox #mash #bristoljobs #jobsinbristol #workfromhome #network #acn #acnnextgen #bristol #gridleyhouse #champion #peaceableoaktree #newengland #actor #koreanwar #connecticut #lakecompounce #polishamerican
Bristol CT: Home of ESPN, Fred Lynn, Radar O’Reilly, and Hogan. Do you have a great network? Are you a star? If so, then DM me for a great opportunity! #espn  #bellcity  #mumcity  #bristolct  #radaroreiley  #bobcrane  #hogansheroes  #sports  #mumfestival  #ststanislauschurch  #bristolblues  #muzzyfield  #bostonredsox  #mash  #bristoljobs  #jobsinbristol  #workfromhome  #network  #acn  #acnnextgen  #bristol  #gridleyhouse  #champion  #peaceableoaktree  #newengland  #actor  #koreanwar  #connecticut  #lakecompounce  #polishamerican 
Really sweet Korean War era overcoat... the OG-107 to be exact #army #koreanwar #armyclothes #militaryclothing #thrifting #thriftshop #thrifting #thrifted #thrifthaul #thriftstore #ebayreseller #ebaycommunity
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Pvt. 1st Class Leo Duquette was killed in action in Korea. After nearly 70 years of being missing, he is returning home for a proper military burial. We’ll be following him and his family as he returns home to he laid to rest. #koreanwar #veterans #thankyou
Pvt. 1st Class Leo Duquette was killed in action in Korea. After nearly 70 years of being missing, he is returning home for a proper military burial. We’ll be following him and his family as he returns home to he laid to rest. #koreanwar  #veterans  #thankyou 
My grandparents..... Don't have a picture of them together (for good reason 🙄) so I had to make one #grandparents #sadstories #prettypeople #tragiclove #lovehurts #smalltowndrama #boynextdoor #girlnextdoor #koreanwar #oregonstories #canbyoregon #motorcycles #dances #secretweddings #thestoryisinthehashtags
#Repost @deptofdefense (@get_repost)
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Happy 382nd birthday to the @US.NationalGuard -- helping build partnerships around the globe and securing the homeland since 1636! #KnowYourMil #veterans #army #navy #marines #coastguard #airforce #ww2 #ww2veterans #gulfwar #oif #oef #koreanwar
American GIs thread their way over snow-covered hills North of Seoul, South Korean capital on January 14, 1951, during earlier stages of U.N. withdrawal. Because the U.N. was once again being useless, American troops had to stay behind and finish the war with South Korea alone. 
#korea #koreanwar #koreanwarvet #koreanwarmemorial #MSG #mastersargent #1stcalvary #99thfieldartillery #forgotten #forgottenwar #newpage #ship #ships #military #vintage #old #antique #soldiers #usmilitary #Old #antique #vintage #transportship #inchon #2nddivision #seconddivision #medic #helicopter #military #militaryhelicopter #tank #tanks #tankwarfare
American GIs thread their way over snow-covered hills North of Seoul, South Korean capital on January 14, 1951, during earlier stages of U.N. withdrawal. Because the U.N. was once again being useless, American troops had to stay behind and finish the war with South Korea alone. #korea  #koreanwar  #koreanwarvet  #koreanwarmemorial  #MSG  #mastersargent  #1stcalvary  #99thfieldartillery  #forgotten  #forgottenwar  #newpage  #ship  #ships  #military  #vintage  #old  #antique  #soldiers  #usmilitary  #Old  #antique  #vintage  #transportship  #inchon  #2nddivision  #seconddivision  #medic  #helicopter  #military  #militaryhelicopter  #tank  #tanks  #tankwarfare 
This show always made me sleepy as a kid.
This show always made me sleepy as a kid.
Extremely Gung-Ho M-47 Parka with liner. Used by the USMC in cold Korea, the parka was coined “the navy coat” due to its similarities to the WW2 USN variant. This ones a size small and will beat any weather.
#ww2 #koreanwar #usn #usmc #vintagemilitary #workwear #rokitvintage
B-15C weather in London today
#vintageflyingjacket 
#1950sflightjacket 
#koreanwar
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Ground crew cleaning a Saberjet, probably Korean War era. Anybody able to identify the garments here? Really cool stuff going on • 何着てるか全然分からない。誰か、ヘルプ下さい…

#koreanwar #jetaircraft #usaf #vintagephotography #vintagephoto #filmphotography  #メンズウェア #メンズスタイル #メンズファッション #ヴィンテージスタイル #ヴィンテージファッション #남성패션 #남자스타일 #빈티지의류 #男裝 #แจ็คเก็ต #เสื้อผ้าผู้ชาย
Ground crew cleaning a Saberjet, probably Korean War era. Anybody able to identify the garments here? Really cool stuff going on • 何着てるか全然分からない。誰か、ヘルプ下さい… #koreanwar  #jetaircraft  #usaf  #vintagephotography  #vintagephoto  #filmphotography  #メンズウェア  #メンズスタイル  #メンズファッション  #ヴィンテージスタイル  #ヴィンテージファッション  #남성패션  #남자스타일  #빈티지의류  #男裝  #แจ ็คเก็ต #เส ื้อผ้าผู้ชาย
[#DISCOVERY] Remembering the Past: the Presidential House that hosted the provisional South Korea's government from the start of the #KoreanWar until the completion of the restauration of the state's buildings in Seoul.

Several years of hardship, difficulties, riots, war, atrocities, but also the seeds of what will become dozens of years later, one of the top 12 nations in the World.

Fascinating!

#korea #travelstagram #instatravel #asia #southkorea #redbricks #oldhouse #amazing #bluesky #presidentialhouse #provisionalgovernment #war #refugees #Busan #history #memories #experience #immersion #EDKorea
[#DISCOVERY ] Remembering the Past: the Presidential House that hosted the provisional South Korea's government from the start of the #KoreanWar  until the completion of the restauration of the state's buildings in Seoul. Several years of hardship, difficulties, riots, war, atrocities, but also the seeds of what will become dozens of years later, one of the top 12 nations in the World. Fascinating! #korea  #travelstagram  #instatravel  #asia  #southkorea  #redbricks  #oldhouse  #amazing  #bluesky  #presidentialhouse  #provisionalgovernment  #war  #refugees  #Busan  #history  #memories  #experience  #immersion  #EDKorea 
Type : BDU shirt belgium army
Brand / merek : seyntex
Bahan : ripstop
Warna : belgium camouflage
Size : medium
Zipper : button
Buatan : belgium
#sekenbranded #secondbranded #secondstuff #secondbandung #secondjakarta #slantpocket #armystuff #militarystuff #flightjacket #junglejacket  #junglefatigue #armyhobby #vietnamwar #usaf #usarmy #armystyle #m65 #m51 #m43 #buzzrickson #toyoenterprise #bomber #alphaindustries #og107 #fieldjacket #koreanwar #bomberjacket #WWII #militarymarket #militarymarketindonesia
Type : BDU shirt belgium army Brand / merek : seyntex Bahan : ripstop Warna : belgium camouflage Size : medium Zipper : button Buatan : belgium #sekenbranded  #secondbranded  #secondstuff  #secondbandung  #secondjakarta  #slantpocket  #armystuff  #militarystuff  #flightjacket  #junglejacket  #junglefatigue  #armyhobby  #vietnamwar  #usaf  #usarmy  #armystyle  #m65  #m51  #m43  #buzzrickson  #toyoenterprise  #bomber  #alphaindustries  #og107  #fieldjacket  #koreanwar  #bomberjacket  #WWII  #militarymarket  #militarymarketindonesia 
Type : BDU shirt belgium army
Brand / merek : seyntex
Bahan : ripstop
Warna : belgium camouflage
Size : small
Zipper : button
Buatan : belgium
#sekenbranded #secondbranded #secondstuff #secondbandung #secondjakarta #slantpocket #armystuff #militarystuff #flightjacket #junglejacket  #junglefatigue #armyhobby #vietnamwar #usaf #usarmy #armystyle #m65 #m51 #m43 #buzzrickson #toyoenterprise #bomber #alphaindustries #og107 #fieldjacket #koreanwar #bomberjacket #WWII #militarymarket #militarymarketindonesia
Type : BDU shirt belgium army Brand / merek : seyntex Bahan : ripstop Warna : belgium camouflage Size : small Zipper : button Buatan : belgium #sekenbranded  #secondbranded  #secondstuff  #secondbandung  #secondjakarta  #slantpocket  #armystuff  #militarystuff  #flightjacket  #junglejacket  #junglefatigue  #armyhobby  #vietnamwar  #usaf  #usarmy  #armystyle  #m65  #m51  #m43  #buzzrickson  #toyoenterprise  #bomber  #alphaindustries  #og107  #fieldjacket  #koreanwar  #bomberjacket  #WWII  #militarymarket  #militarymarketindonesia 
Type : BDU shirt belgium army
Brand / merek : seyntex
Bahan : ripstop
Warna : belgium camouflage
Size : small
Zipper : button
Buatan : belgium
#sekenbranded #secondbranded #secondstuff #secondbandung #secondjakarta #slantpocket #armystuff #militarystuff #flightjacket #junglejacket  #junglefatigue #armyhobby #vietnamwar #usaf #usarmy #armystyle #m65 #m51 #m43 #buzzrickson #toyoenterprise #bomber #alphaindustries #og107 #fieldjacket #koreanwar #bomberjacket #WWII #militarymarket #militarymarketindonesia
Type : BDU shirt belgium army Brand / merek : seyntex Bahan : ripstop Warna : belgium camouflage Size : small Zipper : button Buatan : belgium #sekenbranded  #secondbranded  #secondstuff  #secondbandung  #secondjakarta  #slantpocket  #armystuff  #militarystuff  #flightjacket  #junglejacket  #junglefatigue  #armyhobby  #vietnamwar  #usaf  #usarmy  #armystyle  #m65  #m51  #m43  #buzzrickson  #toyoenterprise  #bomber  #alphaindustries  #og107  #fieldjacket  #koreanwar  #bomberjacket  #WWII  #militarymarket  #militarymarketindonesia 
#koreanwar #lighter 50-53 artillery
i gave my character sam a much needed character redesign and stronger backstory so this is that
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#drawing #art #digitalart #ipadpro #procreate #doodle #characterdesign #oc #originalcharacter #1950s #koreanwar
Man my grandfather was cool. But dang it’s been 7 years without him now and it’s still hard, I wish he would be here to see me and my nephews grow up, I wish he could be here so the whole family would still get together and have cook outs, I wish he could be here to go looking for big foot or take me fishing, I wish he could be here to meet victor because I know they’d get along so well but I know he’s watching all of this happen and he’s happy, god I know he’s happy. Thank you for everything papa, I miss you, we all do all the time but today it’s just more. I love you. -your honeypot🍯♥️
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Man my grandfather was cool. But dang it’s been 7 years without him now and it’s still hard, I wish he would be here to see me and my nephews grow up, I wish he could be here so the whole family would still get together and have cook outs, I wish he could be here to go looking for big foot or take me fishing, I wish he could be here to meet victor because I know they’d get along so well but I know he’s watching all of this happen and he’s happy, god I know he’s happy. Thank you for everything papa, I miss you, we all do all the time but today it’s just more. I love you. -your honeypot🍯♥️ #family #love #hero #koreanwar #grandpa 
WWII US Army Officer’s visor cap belonging to Brigadier General (later Major General) Elbert L. Ford. Early in WWII, he was attached to the Springfield Armory and instrumental in aiding in the development of the M-1 Garand Rifle. In 1943 he became the Chief of Staff of US Forces in North Africa, and then the Chief Ordnance Officer of the European Theater. From 1949-53, he served as the Chief of the Ordnance Corps. During the Korean War, he oversaw the development of the 280mm Atomic Cannon, known as “Atomic Annie.”
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#usarmy #ordnance #army #wwii #worldwar2 #ww2 #koreanwar #general #cap #hat #visor #uniform #militaria #atomicannie #northafrica #m1garand #springfieldarmory #leader #leadership #brigadiergeneral #cnymilitaria
WWII US Army Officer’s visor cap belonging to Brigadier General (later Major General) Elbert L. Ford. Early in WWII, he was attached to the Springfield Armory and instrumental in aiding in the development of the M-1 Garand Rifle. In 1943 he became the Chief of Staff of US Forces in North Africa, and then the Chief Ordnance Officer of the European Theater. From 1949-53, he served as the Chief of the Ordnance Corps. During the Korean War, he oversaw the development of the 280mm Atomic Cannon, known as “Atomic Annie.” . . . #usarmy  #ordnance  #army  #wwii  #worldwar2  #ww2  #koreanwar  #general  #cap  #hat  #visor  #uniform  #militaria  #atomicannie  #northafrica  #m1garand  #springfieldarmory  #leader  #leadership  #brigadiergeneral  #cnymilitaria 
One hour into the 24th of April, Jim Ramsay was in position with the 2d PPCLI which was at a fifty percent stand to after news of the 6th ROK Division folding and the 3d Royal Australian Regiment meeting stiff resistance to their right front.  That night, the lines began to disintegrate as the Chinese infiltrated Commonwealth and American positions and by morning the 2d PPCLI was nearly face to face with the Chinese 118th Division, rapidly approaching the battalion headquarters. ​Anticipation lasted throughout the day with no rest for the weary Canadians.  They struggled to stay safe in positions that were less than ideal as they watched Chinese swarm along the hills and into assembly areas below.  Slit trenches dug as deep as possible into the shale ground barely covered the knees and waist; no barbed wire or mine fields to protect the front; but morale was exceedingly high. ​After nightfall, the Chinese forces attacked B and D Company lines first beginning with a twenty-minute barrage of mortars.  After four assaults, they turned towards the battalion headquarters where Support Company stopped them cold.  Jim was prepared to fire or run in any direction, and when the attack came the platoon's guns were relentless.  The mortar platoon, equipped with over 2000 bombs, had depleted their supply to only ten by dawn on April 25.  They had held the night. ​The next day saw continued attacks, but let up enough for a desperately needed resupply mid-morning and helicopter evacuations of wounded by noon.  The rest of the day and into April 26, the American 1st Cavalry worked their way up to the Pats to relieve the battered unit, an exchange they welcomed warmly.  Jim looked forward to a good sleep.

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One hour into the 24th of April, Jim Ramsay was in position with the 2d PPCLI which was at a fifty percent stand to after news of the 6th ROK Division folding and the 3d Royal Australian Regiment meeting stiff resistance to their right front. That night, the lines began to disintegrate as the Chinese infiltrated Commonwealth and American positions and by morning the 2d PPCLI was nearly face to face with the Chinese 118th Division, rapidly approaching the battalion headquarters. ​Anticipation lasted throughout the day with no rest for the weary Canadians. They struggled to stay safe in positions that were less than ideal as they watched Chinese swarm along the hills and into assembly areas below. Slit trenches dug as deep as possible into the shale ground barely covered the knees and waist; no barbed wire or mine fields to protect the front; but morale was exceedingly high. ​After nightfall, the Chinese forces attacked B and D Company lines first beginning with a twenty-minute barrage of mortars. After four assaults, they turned towards the battalion headquarters where Support Company stopped them cold. Jim was prepared to fire or run in any direction, and when the attack came the platoon's guns were relentless. The mortar platoon, equipped with over 2000 bombs, had depleted their supply to only ten by dawn on April 25. They had held the night. ​The next day saw continued attacks, but let up enough for a desperately needed resupply mid-morning and helicopter evacuations of wounded by noon. The rest of the day and into April 26, the American 1st Cavalry worked their way up to the Pats to relieve the battered unit, an exchange they welcomed warmly. Jim looked forward to a good sleep. #army  #canada  #korea  #koreanwar  #ppcli  #infantry  #uniform  #battledress  #military  #history  #militaryhistory  #kapyong  #museum  #veteran  #war  #collection  #militaria  #militarycollection  #commonwealth  #blouse 
Some of the 335th Fighter Squadron’s F-86F-2s pictured at Kimpo Airbase in 1953.

The F-2 Sabres encountered two major problems during their combat tests in Korea. The first problem was the reliability of the M39 cannons. The pilots who flew the F-2s fired a total of ~98,000 rounds of ammunition between January and April 1953. During this period they reported as many as 210 weapon jams. This malfunction rate was about twelve times greater than the rate reported with the M3 .50 “six pack.” The initial rate for the first 32,000 rounds fired was 3.4 jams per ever 1,000 rounds fired. Over time this decreased to 1.2 jams per ever 1,000 rounds fired for the last 14,000 fired.

The second issue - something much more serious - was engine stalls. The M39s were prone to give off an excessive amount of propellant gases and this did not sit well with the Sabre’s engine compressor. Air Force engineers estimated that the cannons expelled four times the amount of gas that the six .50s did. In 363 sorties, pilots reported up to twenty compressor stalls; six of these occurred in combat. The problem was so bad that two of the eight F-2s fielded were lost as a result of compressor stalls. The problem had not occurred while the aircraft were tested in the U.S., at altitudes of 25,000 feet or less, but at heights ten thousand or more feet greater than those altitudes, it quickly became a serious issue.

Pilots did what they could to curb the problem. Some welded shut doors that allowed the flow of air from the guns into the engine intake duct and drilled holes in the gun bay doors to help vent the gasses. A selector switch was also installed which allowed the pilot to fire just two of the guns at once rather than all four. This reduced the amount of gasses expelled. The solution came from North American Aviation, which designed a clip fitted in the gun panel port that broke up the gasses.

All things considered the M39 cannons showed satisfactory results. The Air Force concluded that they didn’t provide the “desired degree of improvement over the M3.” But the USAF had committed itself, and though not perfect, the M39 would be the main armament on the next Sabre variant: the F-86H.
Some of the 335th Fighter Squadron’s F-86F-2s pictured at Kimpo Airbase in 1953. The F-2 Sabres encountered two major problems during their combat tests in Korea. The first problem was the reliability of the M39 cannons. The pilots who flew the F-2s fired a total of ~98,000 rounds of ammunition between January and April 1953. During this period they reported as many as 210 weapon jams. This malfunction rate was about twelve times greater than the rate reported with the M3 .50 “six pack.” The initial rate for the first 32,000 rounds fired was 3.4 jams per ever 1,000 rounds fired. Over time this decreased to 1.2 jams per ever 1,000 rounds fired for the last 14,000 fired. The second issue - something much more serious - was engine stalls. The M39s were prone to give off an excessive amount of propellant gases and this did not sit well with the Sabre’s engine compressor. Air Force engineers estimated that the cannons expelled four times the amount of gas that the six .50s did. In 363 sorties, pilots reported up to twenty compressor stalls; six of these occurred in combat. The problem was so bad that two of the eight F-2s fielded were lost as a result of compressor stalls. The problem had not occurred while the aircraft were tested in the U.S., at altitudes of 25,000 feet or less, but at heights ten thousand or more feet greater than those altitudes, it quickly became a serious issue. Pilots did what they could to curb the problem. Some welded shut doors that allowed the flow of air from the guns into the engine intake duct and drilled holes in the gun bay doors to help vent the gasses. A selector switch was also installed which allowed the pilot to fire just two of the guns at once rather than all four. This reduced the amount of gasses expelled. The solution came from North American Aviation, which designed a clip fitted in the gun panel port that broke up the gasses. All things considered the M39 cannons showed satisfactory results. The Air Force concluded that they didn’t provide the “desired degree of improvement over the M3.” But the USAF had committed itself, and though not perfect, the M39 would be the main armament on the next Sabre variant: the F-86H.
Doubled up on these 1988 Deadstock #screenstars #powmia t shirts size large. So minty and super soft! .
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It’s a pivotal event of the 20th century. The battle of Chosin, or “Changjin” as it’s called in Korea, a two-week long blood bath pitting 30,000 US, ROK, and British troops against 120,000 Chinese soldiers, was a defining moment of the Korean War. Fighting in the winter of 1950 in bitter cold and brutal terrain, men endured severe frostbite, sleepless nights, and total mental and physical exhaustion. Below-zero temperatures, snow-covered mountains, icy roads, and windswept cliffs made every skirmish, firefight, and attack a nightmare beyond the men’s wildest dreams. The excellent documentary, “The Battle of Chosin,” produced by The American Experience/PBS, “recounts the conflict in intimate detail through the eyewitness accounts of participants, presenting a harrowing narrative of combat and survival in the first major military clash of the Cold War.” The film really gives viewers a feeling of what it was like for those who fought at Chosin. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to learn more about the battle, the Korean War, and the #usmc . You can find it at pbs.org. #koreanwar #forgottenwar #battleofchosinreservoir #koreanwarvet #koreanwarveteran #chosinfew
It’s a pivotal event of the 20th century. The battle of Chosin, or “Changjin” as it’s called in Korea, a two-week long blood bath pitting 30,000 US, ROK, and British troops against 120,000 Chinese soldiers, was a defining moment of the Korean War. Fighting in the winter of 1950 in bitter cold and brutal terrain, men endured severe frostbite, sleepless nights, and total mental and physical exhaustion. Below-zero temperatures, snow-covered mountains, icy roads, and windswept cliffs made every skirmish, firefight, and attack a nightmare beyond the men’s wildest dreams. The excellent documentary, “The Battle of Chosin,” produced by The American Experience/PBS, “recounts the conflict in intimate detail through the eyewitness accounts of participants, presenting a harrowing narrative of combat and survival in the first major military clash of the Cold War.” The film really gives viewers a feeling of what it was like for those who fought at Chosin. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to learn more about the battle, the Korean War, and the #usmc  . You can find it at pbs.org. #koreanwar  #forgottenwar  #battleofchosinreservoir  #koreanwarvet  #koreanwarveteran  #chosinfew 
Suggested by @sam_the_50s_man. Today’s non-1940s hit is 1932, “Shine”. Originally titled “That’s why they call me shine”. The lyrics are by Cecil Mack and Tin Pan Alley songwriter Lew Brown and music by Ford Dabney. It was published in 1910. Shine is about a man named Shine who was badly beaten in an New York City race riot in 1900. Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers recorded the song on February 29, 1932 with Studio orchestra conducted by Victor Young It is assessed by Joel Whitburn as reaching the No. 7 position in the charts of the day. #1940s #1940smusic #1940slifestyle #1940sfashion #1950s #1950smusic #1950slifestyle #ww2 #ww2history #ww2music #1940samerica #vintage #vintagemusic #oldies #classic #1960s #backintheday #silentgeneration #koreanwar #greatdepression #1960smusic #coololdies
Suggested by @sam_the_50s_man. Today’s non-1940s hit is 1932, “Shine”. Originally titled “That’s why they call me shine”. The lyrics are by Cecil Mack and Tin Pan Alley songwriter Lew Brown and music by Ford Dabney. It was published in 1910. Shine is about a man named Shine who was badly beaten in an New York City race riot in 1900. Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers recorded the song on February 29, 1932 with Studio orchestra conducted by Victor Young It is assessed by Joel Whitburn as reaching the No. 7 position in the charts of the day. #1940s  #1940smusic  #1940slifestyle  #1940sfashion  #1950s  #1950smusic  #1950slifestyle  #ww2  #ww2history  #ww2music  #1940samerica  #vintage  #vintagemusic  #oldies  #classic  #1960s  #backintheday  #silentgeneration  #koreanwar  #greatdepression  #1960smusic  #coololdies 
Footage of an F-86F-2 undergoing cannon testing likely at Eglin Air Force base in Florida, c. 1952. This was part of GunVal, a late-war program designed to improve the firepower of the Sabre.

During World War II the M3 .50 caliber machine gun used in American aircraft proved very successful, but in Korea, despite its reliability, good rate of fire, and quantity, many pilots often complained that the weapon struggled to keep up with the quick pace of evolving aerial combat. The advent of jet aircraft saw dogfights unfold at higher altitudes; in Korea the norm was generally at 35,000 feet. At that altitude, the ammunition of the M3 .50 caliber, in particular the API (armor-piercing incendiary), lacked sufficient oxygen to burn properly, and thus caused less damage on contact. Jet airframes were also built more sturdy and rugged in order to endure higher speeds, making it harder for bullets to do damage. Many Sabre pilots complained about the amount of hits one needed to score in order to bring down a MiG. During World War II there were twice as many multiple-kills sorties as there were in Korea. 44% of claims were assessed as “destroyed” compared to 71% in Europe during the previous war.

By mid-1951 USAF pilots and brass alike were pushing for better firepower. An Air Force report from January stated, “firepower on the F-86 is not sufficiently destructive”, and another from August mentioned, “...pilots universally would like a heavier caliber gun so that when a hit is made, a sure kill results.” Consequently, the Air Force made a request in March 1951 to begin trails with 20mm cannons, and thus project would come to be known as GunVal.

In the post-WWII years the USAF developed the T-160 (later the M39) cannon based on a five-chamber, revolver-type gun designed by the Germans. The 20mm T-160 was obviously a much more powerful weapon than the M3 .50. It’s projectile was 2.5 times larger and it’s muzzle velocity was 15% greater, which meant it could fly farther, faster, and have a greater impact. There were, of course, drawbacks. Because the weapon was heavier and the projectiles larger, the USAF replaced the six .50s with only four 20mm cannons. [Continued ↓]
Footage of an F-86F-2 undergoing cannon testing likely at Eglin Air Force base in Florida, c. 1952. This was part of GunVal, a late-war program designed to improve the firepower of the Sabre. During World War II the M3 .50 caliber machine gun used in American aircraft proved very successful, but in Korea, despite its reliability, good rate of fire, and quantity, many pilots often complained that the weapon struggled to keep up with the quick pace of evolving aerial combat. The advent of jet aircraft saw dogfights unfold at higher altitudes; in Korea the norm was generally at 35,000 feet. At that altitude, the ammunition of the M3 .50 caliber, in particular the API (armor-piercing incendiary), lacked sufficient oxygen to burn properly, and thus caused less damage on contact. Jet airframes were also built more sturdy and rugged in order to endure higher speeds, making it harder for bullets to do damage. Many Sabre pilots complained about the amount of hits one needed to score in order to bring down a MiG. During World War II there were twice as many multiple-kills sorties as there were in Korea. 44% of claims were assessed as “destroyed” compared to 71% in Europe during the previous war. By mid-1951 USAF pilots and brass alike were pushing for better firepower. An Air Force report from January stated, “firepower on the F-86 is not sufficiently destructive”, and another from August mentioned, “...pilots universally would like a heavier caliber gun so that when a hit is made, a sure kill results.” Consequently, the Air Force made a request in March 1951 to begin trails with 20mm cannons, and thus project would come to be known as GunVal. In the post-WWII years the USAF developed the T-160 (later the M39) cannon based on a five-chamber, revolver-type gun designed by the Germans. The 20mm T-160 was obviously a much more powerful weapon than the M3 .50. It’s projectile was 2.5 times larger and it’s muzzle velocity was 15% greater, which meant it could fly farther, faster, and have a greater impact. There were, of course, drawbacks. Because the weapon was heavier and the projectiles larger, the USAF replaced the six .50s with only four 20mm cannons. [Continued ↓]
One of the ammo boxes that I bought awhile ago in Edmonton, not sure what was in this thing but I know one thing, it was explosive possibly shells.

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"May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't."-Patton
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🎗🇺🇸PEARL HARBOR🇺🇸🎗 "May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't."-Patton . . Video credit @preach_edits . #thefallen  #remembranceday  #arlingtonnationalcemetery  #military  #army  #navy  #marines  #airforce  #coastguard  #nationalguard  #usmc  #usaf  #usn  #soldiers  #ww1  #ww2  #koreanwar  #vietnam  #gulfwar  #desertstorm  #operationiraqifreedom  #globalwaronterrorism  #fighterjet  #fighterpilot  #military  #veteransday  #111111  #remembranceday  #pearlharbor  #december7  #1941 
A nigga ain’t ever giving up god foot pics 😤✊
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Proud to be a part of this project. Follow to see the finished product. Honor our Vets.
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Lieutenant David Teich was in a tank company near the 38th parallel in 1951 when a radio distress call came from the Eighth Ranger Company. Wounded, outnumbered and under heavy fire, the Rangers were near Teich's tanks and facing 300, 000 Communist troops moving steadily towards them. Teich wanted to help, but was ordered to withdraw instead. Teich went anyway. Click the link in our bio to learn more about our 10 heroes who disobeyed orders.⠀
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Lieutenant David Teich was in a tank company near the 38th parallel in 1951 when a radio distress call came from the Eighth Ranger Company. Wounded, outnumbered and under heavy fire, the Rangers were near Teich's tanks and facing 300, 000 Communist troops moving steadily towards them. Teich wanted to help, but was ordered to withdraw instead. Teich went anyway. Click the link in our bio to learn more about our 10 heroes who disobeyed orders.⠀ ⠀ #wearethemighty  #watm  #video  #top10  #top10video  #militaryvideo  #didyouknow  #reddit  #trivia  #armedforces  #military  #Militaryheroes  #hero  #koreanwar  #davidteich  #tank  #tankcommander  #militarystory 
Rip USA.
Rip USA.
@Regran_ed from @srjohns44 -  It all started with hello
I had a decision to make…

Which way…
Would I go?

If so…
Would I know what to say?

I finally said yes…
There would be no second guess…
What to do

Would there be something there?
Perhaps a chance…
For a grand romance?

Maybe just friends…
But still happiness in the end

I told him my name…
Then he did the same

After that…
Something felt right

Our back forth sway
So much to say…
~Between us~

I wasn’t sure…
But it seemed like much more

Was it love in bloom?
Or were we destined to fail
And be doomed?

Either way…
Come what may…

I’m so happy…
I stepped out on a limb
~That day~
And said hello

#SharonJohnsonAuthorPoet

#TakingAnotherChance
#WhatToSayOnTheDay
#AGrandRomanceAnotherChance
#MaybeJustFriendsInTheEnd
#WeSharedOurNames
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#PassionAndRomance
#TexasGirl #PeacockNation 
#CoffeeHousePoetsLiveWrite 
#TheFirstSaturdayOfEveryMonth 
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#TheEclecticPoet&FriendsVolume1
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#KoreanWar #MilitaryRomance
@Regran_ed from @srjohns44 - It all started with hello I had a decision to make… Which way… Would I go? If so… Would I know what to say? I finally said yes… There would be no second guess… What to do Would there be something there? Perhaps a chance… For a grand romance? Maybe just friends… But still happiness in the end I told him my name… Then he did the same After that… Something felt right Our back forth sway So much to say… ~Between us~ I wasn’t sure… But it seemed like much more Was it love in bloom? Or were we destined to fail And be doomed? Either way… Come what may… I’m so happy… I stepped out on a limb ~That day~ And said hello #SharonJohnsonAuthorPoet  #TakingAnotherChance  #WhatToSayOnTheDay  #AGrandRomanceAnotherChance  #MaybeJustFriendsInTheEnd  #WeSharedOurNames  #LoveInBloomOrMeantToBeDoomed  #HappyISteppedOutOnALimb  #PassionAndRomance  #TexasGirl  #PeacockNation  #CoffeeHousePoetsLiveWrite  #TheFirstSaturdayOfEveryMonth  #TheChatRoom  #HisSecondChanceLove  #TheEclecticPoet &FriendsVolume1 #TheEclecticPoet &FriendsVolume2 #EclecticPoetMyVoice  #PartnersInRhymeWithRyanBaird  #PerfectMoments  #CoAuthorOfLettersAway  #FansOfBelleAndJacob  #KoreanWar  #MilitaryRomance 
🇺🇸 McArthur's gamble resulted in a stunning victory 🇺🇸
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Americans lost 222 KIA and 800 WIA while the North Koreans lost 1,350 KIA
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It caused a massive North Korean retreat from the South to their starting positions in the summer of 1950
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🇺🇸 McArthur's gamble resulted in a stunning victory 🇺🇸 . . Americans lost 222 KIA and 800 WIA while the North Koreans lost 1,350 KIA . The battle opened the road to Seoul, which was reoccupied by UN forces a few days later . It caused a massive North Korean retreat from the South to their starting positions in the summer of 1950 . . . . EBOOK RELEASE 14 DECEMBER CHECK BIO/HIGHLIGHTS FOR MORE INFO . . . . . . #koreanwar  #ww2  #worldwartwo  #coldwar  #historiansunion 
68 years ago right now, the last Marines boarded ships in Hungnam’s port, thus ending the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir. The 1st Marine Division lost 836 Marines in the fighting, they left over 30,000 enemy dead in their wake. #victoryclassicfirearms #chosin #chosinreservoir #koreanwar #m1garand #m1carbine #1903springfield #colt1911 #1911a1 #usmc
Yes, you are seeing double. No, this is not a faked photo. Yes, those are two P-51 Mustangs linked together. This was the awesome F-82 which was the last truly bad ass propellor driven long range fighter plane the US had. Introduced in 1946 and retired in 1953, its lifespan was short, but it filled a gap. With two Packard built Rolls Royce V-1650 engines this thing had thousands of piston made horsepower. As a long range fighter it was awesome for the day. One flew from Hawaii to New York without stopping, a 5,000 mile trip that it made at 350mph. Still the longest trip ever made by a prop driven fighter. Used as long range escorts the planes actually saw some combat. During the outbreak of the Korean War F-82 pilots commanded the skies, downing several enemy aircraft. Only 182 were ever produced and 5 are known to exist. Truly a transitional hot rod of the skies and perhaps the neatest prop driven fighter ever built. #airplanes #f82 #hotrod #badass #history #warplane #merlin #p51 #awesome #america #airforce #usairforce #horsepower #koreanwar #airpower
Yes, you are seeing double. No, this is not a faked photo. Yes, those are two P-51 Mustangs linked together. This was the awesome F-82 which was the last truly bad ass propellor driven long range fighter plane the US had. Introduced in 1946 and retired in 1953, its lifespan was short, but it filled a gap. With two Packard built Rolls Royce V-1650 engines this thing had thousands of piston made horsepower. As a long range fighter it was awesome for the day. One flew from Hawaii to New York without stopping, a 5,000 mile trip that it made at 350mph. Still the longest trip ever made by a prop driven fighter. Used as long range escorts the planes actually saw some combat. During the outbreak of the Korean War F-82 pilots commanded the skies, downing several enemy aircraft. Only 182 were ever produced and 5 are known to exist. Truly a transitional hot rod of the skies and perhaps the neatest prop driven fighter ever built. #airplanes  #f82  #hotrod  #badass  #history  #warplane  #merlin  #p51  #awesome  #america  #airforce  #usairforce  #horsepower  #koreanwar  #airpower 
Today and every day we at Beyond Band of Brothers Tours are grateful to our Veterans past, present and future, who selflessly serve our great United States at home and abroad to ensure our freedoms we take for granted. We value their families who often sacrifice just as much.
#veteransday #veteran #honor #wwii #koreanwar

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Today and every day we at Beyond Band of Brothers Tours are grateful to our Veterans past, present and future, who selflessly serve our great United States at home and abroad to ensure our freedoms we take for granted. We value their families who often sacrifice just as much. #veteransday  #veteran  #honor  #wwii  #koreanwar  Please follow me: -@bandofbrothers_fansclub
Having a hard few days without you😪 we put tinsel on the tree just the way you like it.#army #koreanwar
Having a hard few days without you😪 we put tinsel on the tree just the way you like it.#army  #koreanwar