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HMS St Albans (F83). Builder: Yarrow Shipbuilders. Laid down: 18 April 1999. Launched: 6 May 2000. Commissioned: 6 June 2002. Status: in active service, as of 2014. Class & type: Type 23 Frigate. Displacement: 5,400 tons. Length: 133 m (436 ft 4 in). Beam: 16.1 m (52 ft 10 in). Draught:	7.3 m (23 ft 9 in). Speed: 28 knots (52 km/h).

HMS St Albans (F83). Builder: Yarrow Shipbuilders. Laid down: 18 April 1999. Launched: 6 May 2000. Commissioned: 6 June 2002. Status: in active service, as of 2014. Class & type: Type 23 Frigate. Displacement: 5,400 tons. Length: 133 m (436 ft 4 in). Beam: 16.1 m (52 ft 10 in). Draught: 7.3 m (23 ft 9 in). Speed: 28 knots (52 km/h).

Sky Soldiers in Contact

Sky Soldiers in Contact from Enduring Freedom by the artist James Dietz

US Bradley in Kuwait

US Bradley in Kuwait

Love this James Deitz painting.  So action-packed

Sierra Aviation Art :: Armor & Ground Combat :: Battle For An Najaf by James Dietz

Painting of World War II German King Tiger tank in the Battle of the Bulge 1944 offering a ride to German fallschirmjager paratroopers. WW2 panzer paintings in oil series.

"German King Tiger tank in the Battle of the Bulge" by Philip Arena

"German King Tiger tank in the Battle of the Bulge" by Philip Arena: Painting of World War II German King Tiger tank in the Battle of the Bulge 1944 offering a ride to German fallschirmjager paratroopers. panzer paintings in oil series.

German Armour.  I really like this painting for its depiction of PzKw IV's moving forward in combat. Would make an amazing diorama.  John T. Kleptz

I really like this painting for its depiction of PzKw IV's moving forward in combat. Would make an amazing diorama.

Alfred Bastien: "Dressing Station in the Field — Arras, 1915"

Alfred Bastien: "Dressing Station in the Field — Arras,

"Sari Bair" by Terence Cuneo. The 6th Gurkha Rifles attack the Turks during the Gallipoli campaign, August 9, 1916.

"Sari Bair" by Terence Cuneo. The 6th Gurkha Rifles attack the Turks during the Gallipoli campaign, August 9, 1916. [1024x817]

"Sari Bair" by Terence Cuneo. The Gurkha Rifles attack the Turks during the Gallipoli campaign, August

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