Rather than actually write a post today, I had to run down to the Header Production Department to talk with the foreman. Seems that some knucklehead had given the guy unlimited funds and unlimited time to produce as many different headers as his little heart desired. Someone had to go rein him in, seriously, the man was out of control.
|Inside the Header Production Department|
A wholly owned subsidiary of the Alte Feldwebel Grafik-Anliegen outside Geilenkirchen
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To commemorate my Scot's heritage. (Battle of Balaclava)
To commemorate my French heritage. (Battle of Waterloo)
I like artillery and Napoleonic dioramas, what can I say? (British Foot Artillery)
Juvat and I have both written of this raid. (Ploești)
To commemorate brave men in a lost cause. (Pickett's Charge)
Someone mentioned that something was missing? (F-15 from the 18th Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa)
Thunderbolt and lightning...
Shermans on the road to Bastogne. Those wrecked Germans tanks were very, very frightened, I'm sure. (The bottom half of the painting above.)
The Big Badger Boat. (There ya go Scott.)
Can't forget one of my favorite aircraft, the Spad.
Can't forget the bird I spent seven years working on. (The Phantom, this is an F-4C.)
I'm sure Fuzz, or Quad-D as he's sometimes known, will recognize this beauty. (F-102)
To honor the memory of Beans' Dad, he flew these beauties. (F-84G)
I'm pretty sure Tuna knows what this is. (S-3 Viking, the Mighty War Hoover)
Of course, LUSH will recognize this bird, she spent a number of years in the backseat of this beauty. (F/A-18F Super Hornet, or Rhino) This is actually from her last squadron, VFA-2, the mighty Bounty Hunters, callsign "Bullet."
For me, pictures are easy, writing is hard.
The Header Production Department Foreman assures me that there are a few more of this on the production line, I can't wait to see them?
Any y'all would like to see?