Soldiers from the 77th have served in most every major conflict and contingency operation from WWI, to World War II, and several gave their lives on 11 September 2001. During WW2 they fought in the Western Pacific, Southern Philippines and Ryukyus campaigns. This is a variation stencil for the 77th Infantry Division during WW2. The original had yellow paint and the two 'tabs' were paint in, to make a cut off pyramid shape. www.warhats.com
(AVAILABLE) Group Shot! And the Elephant is the leader of the operation =) Made from vintage thread spools and hand painted wooden heads, this small army is ready to take over the world.
(39) Steampunk Tendencies Installed in the year 1410, this 600 year old clock in the city of Prague is the world's oldest astronomical clock still in operation!
"Blinding," 8x10. i was thinking about how we reconcile our reflections with how we picture ourselves, as we age. i started an honest and unflattering self-portrait with that in mind (very purple bags under my eyes) and it turned into this. also in mind was the poem "monet refuses the operation", about how his cataracts let him see the world the way he'd always painted it. the title refers to the blind eyes as well as the bright, blinding colors and how we are blind to so much about…
My Remington 870 bullpup. 12ga in a short package. Excellent for CQB, Urban and Vehicle operations. This is a standard 870 with an 18" barrel placed in a Bullpup Unlimited stock system. It has traveled with me now for several years around the world and had no issues. Gets a fresh paint job now and again depending on where I'm getting deployed next! At home it's always part of the BOB bag.
504th Bombardment Group (504th BG) was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization. It was inactivated on 15 June 1946. The unit served primarily in the Pacific Ocean theater of World War II as part of Twentieth Air Force. The 504th Bomb Group's aircraft engaged in B-29 Superfortress bombardment operations against Japan. Its aircraft were identified by a "E" inside a Circle painted on the tail.
Transformation Cave Art Cave art lasted 50,000 years. It never changed much. Something real out there, the world, is transformed into something symbolic in here, the cave. It’s not that the animals were beautiful and so the cavemen wanted to paint them. Painting the animals was a psychic operation by which the cavemen imbued animals with powers that they wished to absorb. They didn’t look at art like we do, looking at something distanced from ourselves, making judgments.
Levels of doping in sport are now worse than ever, and a new trans-national body is needed to combat wide-ranging corruption, according to the World Anti-Doping Agency. It also fears that athletics will follow cycling in uncovering a serious culture of cheating. In the wake of the Lance Armstrong case, the revelations emerging from the Operation Puerto trial in Spain and the dire picture painted...
A genetically altered hog created using both mouse and E-coli genes will not be brought to market after all. Now why in the world would the Dr. Frankensteins come up with such an idea in the first place? Hogs in CAFO’s (confined animal feeding operations) create problems in the neighborhood, because their off-gasses would melt the paint off the walls.