Looking at the pics, I would say that they are USAF uniforms of the 1950s. Maybe 1960s. The reason I am saying that is that the USAF went away...
Here is what I found when researching for several books I have yet to write.
This is for when the USA modernized their BBs in the 1930s.
Good job. Well done
I would suggest using one of the links provided to find what units where where. Then contact any units that are still active or have historians...
A quick google search came up with this.
The blue flag looks to be the standard of commander of the Imperial Japanese Navy. However, it would have to be red and not blue.But I am only...
A lot of people seem to forget that when the USA pulled out of a country or area after WW II, they offered the facility to the host country. If...
You can get it at openoffice.org
Yes it will. Why I use it. So I do not need to have Adobe and a bunch of other programs
I use OpenOffice. It works pretty well and opens/saves any office type product. PDF, word, everything. best of all. it is free
I can not really read it due to running ink. Is there anyway you can copy or write it on paper?
I am sort of an Alaskan. I have house in Seward
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Ha, I beat you to something there Opana :)
A quick google search came up with this. Hope it helps some. The 763rd Tank Battalion it seems was part of the 96th Infantry Division...
As stated above I think most would agree, we just did not want to know. But a lot of people forget that Japan landed on and occupied the Aleutian...
Welcome. Pull up a chair and get a cup of coffee and enjoy yourself
That sounds like a fun build
Nick, what is your next project?
If you have to worry about things like that, you can not afford it ;)
Not only all that, but early in WW II the French armor was still using flags for coordination