|M16A1 Rifle "How to Strip Your Baby" |
In 1951, the U.S. Army started a comic book - complete with sexy pin-up girls to keep the attention of the all-male fighting force - called PS Magazine because it was a postscript to standard technical manuals on equipment maintenance. This nostalgic reproduction of artwork published in a 1969 issue of PS Magazine details how to disassemble, reassemble, and maintain the then newly-introduced M16A1 rifle.
|Chosin Fires |
James Dietz. U.S. Army and Marine Corps field artillery continue their relentless firing during the epic, 17-day battle between U.S. and Chinese forces - the Americans were outnumbered 6-to-1 - at Chosin Reservoir in late 1950. 31"x 19", limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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