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Let's start it off with a few US photos
Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 00:06
Denver Air Show 2007
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For more, visit PhotoBucket! This will give you an overview of the total display...
http://s119.photobucket.com/albums/o150 ... 20History/
Posted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 14:08
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Posted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 14:22
Thanks for posting the images Tenth, it sure looks like you have a nice display of the Battalion Aid Station. You also have a very nice set of Litter Wheels, and the Anaesthesia Case that you have also interesting, in that it is hinged the opposite way to the one that I have, and others I have seen.
Thanks for posting the images, and please continue to do so. I shall be attending a re-enactment next weekend, and will be sure to get some images for the website, weather permitting of course!
Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 06:03
I've finally started carrying a digital camera so I can get some decent shots of what we do. Thanks for the compliments - it's been fun getting this thing together - the veterans get a kick out of it, with comments like "I remember the guy who ..." and we get to hear all kinds of Aid Station stories! Next to the weapons, the Aid Station gets the most reaction, and starts the most conversations..
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Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 11:16
It seems that the weapons always seem to stir up the most interest, particularly in the younger generations, and then the Aid Station. I too always carry a Digital Camera at events, but unfortunately the weather this side of the Atlantic thus far this year has been just truly awful, and the events that we have attended and displayed at have been nothing less than "wash-outs", so there really hasn't been any good photograph opportunities!
I am hoping that the event this coming weekend will be slightly better weather, and will allow me an opportunity to shoot some images of the Bat. Aid Sta. display. Watch this space!
Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 06:02
I'm doing the WW2 10th Mountain Division's last reunion ("Hale & Farewell") starting tomorrow (8-2-07) and will try to post a few photos of the veterans in the Aid Station
Posted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 02:17
Here is an album of the reunion. The vets liked the guns, but about 25% got a big kick out of the Aid Station - "I remember that!" Here is an album to let you see the response we got...
http://s119.photobucket.com/albums/o150 ... on%202007/
PS - Doc Phil is the medic in this photo - I'm the Chaplain in the back. We are on the 300 yd berm on the rifle range at Camp Hale - 9450' above sea level!