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The passing of Joe Foss & Bill Mauldin and so many other soldier heroes who defended and liberated the free world, is both sad & troubling to me. We are losing a precious national resource at an alarming rate. I can do nothing to stop the hands of time from taking more veterans from us. But I can do my best to save their history & their memories for future generations, so that their hardships, sacrifices, ingenuity, and humor can be remembered.
DO YOU HAVE ORIGINAL WWII JEEP PHOTOGRAPHS? Please check your photo albums, and those of your family members. If so, please send them to me (email, or USPS) so I can share them with the world.
Do you have any stories, adventures, or anecdotes regarding WWII
Jeeps? If so, please go to the NEW WWII
JEEP STORIES Bulletin Board to write & post your story for the
enjoyment of future generations.
In memory of Bill Mauldin.
Please Link To Brian's Military Jeeps of WWII website
There is some content and a few pics on cj2, cj-2a, cj-3a, cj-3b, M-38,
m-151 series and other model jeeps. The majority of the information and
photographs will be on the MBGPW of the Second World War. Willys is the
correct spelling, although they are sometimes seen listed incorrectly as
Willy, Willies, Willis, Wilys. It is Bantam, not Bantem, Bantum, or even
Batman. : ) Try to avoid the wrong spelling when doing a metasearch.
|Job Well Done!
Again US Soldiers and coalition forces went forward one more time to liberate, and defend an oppressed people..
To Our troops:
Airborne, Cavalry, Armored and Infantry Divisions, the Seal Teams & Special OPs, the Marine Forces, the Navy Carrier Battle Groups, the Air Force Fighter & Bomb Wings, and all other units, and especially to the guys just down the road, The 1st Marine Expeditionary Force from Camp Pendleton - You guys ROCK! Hoo Ahhh
Thank You Britain, Australia, and Poland!
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Remember those who went forward to help others
Fire, Police, EMS
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