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"Army Day - April ~ It was the 2542 proclamation made by President Franklin D. This poster was used as a form of advertising - it's aim to recruit troops to serve for the US in WWII. Illustrated by Woodburn,

1944- Outlined against the explosion of its own bombs, U.S. Army 9th Air Force P-47 Thunderbolt fighter plane has just destroyed a Nazi ammunition truck.

WWII U.S. 9th AF P-47 Thunderbolt Blasts German Ammo Truck Original Press Photo

Outlined against the explosion of its own bombs, U. Army Air Force Thunderbolt fighter plane has just destroyed a Nazi ammunition truck.

us army images public domain | Public Domain Recruitment Poster: I Want You for the US Army - Uncle ...

Public Domain Recruitment Poster: I Want You for the US Army - Uncle Sam Pointing

US Army, MTO or Pacific, 1943 [by '44 the HBT coveralls were gone in the infantry]

US Army, MTO or Pacific, 1943 [by the HBT coveralls were gone in the infantry], pin by Paolo Marzioli

A 1923 photograph of my grandfather, Francisco B. Bautista who joined the U.S. Army's Philippine Scouts in 1922. He was a defender of Corregidor during World War II having served with the 92nd Coast Artillery, Philippine Scouts.

A 1923 photograph of my grandfather, Francisco B. Bautista who joined the U. Army's Philippine Scouts in He was a defender of Corregidor during World War II having served with the Coast Artillery, Philippine Scouts.

Hodesh : Columbia Calls  Aderente, Vincent $925.00 year 1916  condition A-  size 16x 26  Columbia holding a flag and a sword while standing on top of a globe, with text of poem by Halsted “Columbia Calls.”  It is printed on a thick cardboard. The corners are bent and there are some bends near the LU in Columbia and near US at the bottom. It is stamped with where it was posted.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT HODESH AT MICHAELHODESH@GMAIL.COM OR BY PHONE AT 513.421.6659 OR 513.652.5589.

Extremely Rare Original Columbia Calls Recruiting by HodesH

Soldier

Some gave all; all gave some. Never forget. "Greater love hath no man than this. That a man lay down his life for his friends.

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