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Paul Barber said on July 21, 2017
Kurt Tank must have been having an off day….
kloster zero said on July 21, 2017
Josh Patterson said on July 21, 2017
The A5 was a higly modified version of the A4…
Craig Abrahamson said on July 21, 2017
Aren’t those British troops in the background with Rommel….? That’s gotta be a photo shopped pic, right? He was never captured.
OR….all the Brits ARE prisoners..!
Rob Pollock said on July 21, 2017
That’s correct. It’s just at the time of Dunkirk, or just before actually when the inland rear guard was captured, while the other troops were awaiting evac on the beaches/quays. That’s a British General with Rommel but I can’t recall his name.
neil foster said on July 21, 2017
Another brilliant set again,thanks a lot Rob.
Dirk Derks said on July 21, 2017
Great selection. My favorite:
“America sleep tight, your USAF is awake”.
Christian Ristits said on July 21, 2017
Great Selection! Could it be that on 39 it is an Austrian Eurofighter? A friend send a similar photo while they had a photoshooting for the Austrian “Airpower” from their Hercules C-130…Too bad that Austria has no money to keep them in duty – its a shame!
Jeff Bailey said on July 21, 2017
Splendid as always, Rob. Thanks for the latest collection!
Robert Royes said on July 21, 2017
Nice selections. A .45 and a flashlight?
Louis Gardner said on July 21, 2017
Possibly an American “tunnel rat” in Vietnam.
Robert Royes said on July 22, 2017
I think your right.
I actually own the “Sleep Tight” poster!! Amazing how no organisms are growing near the submerged tank. The water looks clean, but it must still be letting something go that they don’t like!
Rob Anderson said on July 22, 2017
Funny story about the Torpedo Squadron 21 S-3B. It was VS-21’s decommissioning aircraft and was in our Hanger at VS-41 awaiting transfer. I don’t remember if she went to MASDC or a museum. At any rate, someone took offense to the artwork and the Skipper had us cover the nose art with barrier paper. Before we docommed in VS-41 we were tasked with demilitarizing and prepping the S-3s from the fleet before they went to the desert to MASDC at Davis Monthan. My Navy had gotten pretty PC by the time I retired.
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