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Gallieno Ferri (21 March 1929  2 April 2016 Italy) was a popular and prolific comics creator for 75... Gallieno Ferri (21 March 1929  2 April 2016 Italy) was a popular and prolific comics creator for 75 years. His career began in 1948. Among other work he drew early episodes of Maskar. He created the Canadian Mountie feature Thunder Jack. By the late 1950s he was publishing in the UK (Dick Daring of the Mounties) and in France as well as Italy. He and Sergio Bonelli created Zagor in 1961…

Gallieno Ferri (21 March 1929 2 April 2016 Italy) was a popular and prolific comics creator for 75... Gallieno Ferri (21 March 1929 2 April 2016 Italy) was a popular and prolific comics creator for 75 years. His career began in 1948. Among other work he drew early episodes of Maskar. He created the Canadian Mountie feature Thunder Jack. By the late 1950s he was publishing in the UK (Dick Daring of the Mounties) and in France as well as Italy. He and Sergio Bonelli created Zagor in 1961…

Thomas Pendleton Drew is a World War II Veteran who, at 91 years of age,  mysteriously disappeared from his Ravine Ridge Road house  in Salisbury, Connecticut on July 21, 2007. Thomas Drew has limited mobility and walks slowly making frequent stops, Thomas Drew suffers from dementia and has trouble communicating with others. Thomas Drew had a part time caretaker at his home on the day he went missing.    Read more: http://www.missingveterans.com/2007/thomas-pendleton-drew/

Thomas Pendleton Drew is a World War II Veteran who, at 91 years of age, mysteriously disappeared from his Ravine Ridge Road house in Salisbury, Connecticut on July 21, 2007. Thomas Drew has limited mobility and walks slowly making frequent stops, Thomas Drew suffers from dementia and has trouble communicating with others. Thomas Drew had a part time caretaker at his home on the day he went missing. Read more: http://www.missingveterans.com/2007/thomas-pendleton-drew/

World War II veteran and cartoonist Bill Mauldin drew this symbol of a grieving Britain on the occasion of Churchill's death. 1965

World War II veteran and cartoonist Bill Mauldin drew this symbol of a grieving Britain on the occasion of Churchill's death. 1965

Jonathan Silver & Drew Scott being thankful to all the men and women who serve in the armed forces throughout the world on Veterans Day 2016

Jonathan Silver & Drew Scott being thankful to all the men and women who serve in the armed forces throughout the world on Veterans Day 2016

USS Trutta,SS-421 a Tench-class submarine,Her long career with the United States Navy drew to its close in 1972. In June of that year and the veteran submarine was decommissioned on 1 July and turned over to the Navy of the Republic of Turkey. She was renamed TCG Cerbe (S 340). The Turkish Navy decommissioned Cerbe on 23 July 1999. Today, her sail is preserved as a memorial to Turkish submariners. Trutta received two battle stars for World War II service.

USS Trutta,SS-421 a Tench-class submarine,Her long career with the United States Navy drew to its close in 1972. In June of that year and the veteran submarine was decommissioned on 1 July and turned over to the Navy of the Republic of Turkey. She was renamed TCG Cerbe (S 340). The Turkish Navy decommissioned Cerbe on 23 July 1999. Today, her sail is preserved as a memorial to Turkish submariners. Trutta received two battle stars for World War II service.

In 1944, the late blind veteran Ron Wilson, drew this self portrait whilst he served in the Far East during World War Two. It was also during this time that Ron founded The Panic newspaper, which was a collection of his personal cartoons of the era. On our blog you can read Ron's gripping personal account of his military experiences: www.blindveteransblog.org.uk/news/the-panic

In 1944, the late blind veteran Ron Wilson, drew this self portrait whilst he served in the Far East during World War Two. It was also during this time that Ron founded The Panic newspaper, which was a collection of his personal cartoons of the era. On our blog you can read Ron's gripping personal account of his military experiences: www.blindveteransblog.org.uk/news/the-panic

In 1944, the late blind veteran Ron Wilson, drew this self portrait whilst he served in the Far East during World War Two. It was also during this time that Ron founded The Panic newspaper, which was a collection of his personal cartoons of the era. On our blog you can read Ron's gripping personal account of his military experiences: www.blindveteransblog.org.uk/news/the-panic

In 1944, the late blind veteran Ron Wilson, drew this self portrait whilst he served in the Far East during World War Two. It was also during this time that Ron founded The Panic newspaper, which was a collection of his personal cartoons of the era. On our blog you can read Ron's gripping personal account of his military experiences: www.blindveteransblog.org.uk/news/the-panic

As World War II drew to a victorious close for America, women increasingly resorted to wearing desired clothing in spite of U.S. War Production Board Limitation Order L-85 regulations. This young service wife attending to a self-help laundry in San Diego during 1945, with her decorated Marine veteran husband who recently returned from the Pacific battlefield, wears a pleated skirt in open defiance of government-imposed material restrictions that technically discouraged such excess in…

As World War II drew to a victorious close for America, women increasingly resorted to wearing desired clothing in spite of U.S. War Production Board Limitation Order L-85 regulations. This young service wife attending to a self-help laundry in San Diego during 1945, with her decorated Marine veteran husband who recently returned from the Pacific battlefield, wears a pleated skirt in open defiance of government-imposed material restrictions that technically discouraged such excess in…

Mission Critical Unlocking the Value of Veterans in the Workforce by Michael Abrams; Julia Taylor Kennedy The Center for Talent Innovation’s new review, Mission Critical: Unlocking the Value of Veterans in the Workforce, uncovers how organizations can guarantee their veteran ability flourishes in the corporate world. Veterans speak to a very alluring ability pool when they move to non military personnel vocations. They hold the enthusiasm for administration and kinship that drew them into…

Mission Critical Unlocking the Value of Veterans in the Workforce by Michael Abrams; Julia Taylor Kennedy The Center for Talent Innovation’s new review, Mission Critical: Unlocking the Value of Veterans in the Workforce, uncovers how organizations can guarantee their veteran ability flourishes in the corporate world. Veterans speak to a very alluring ability pool when they move to non military personnel vocations. They hold the enthusiasm for administration and kinship that drew them into…

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