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Gone Camping (8/21/07)
For the first time in ten-odd years, my end of summer will not be punctuated by the coming of football training camp.  For the first time, my August will not be defined by two-a-days, the odor of mildewed socks, and post-practice dips in the ice bath.  More >>


Flailing Falcons (8/17/07)
Something’s been going wrong in Atlanta the last two years, but the easy answer (coach), isn’t always the right one.  I’ll be the first to admit that my Birds suffer from some acute schizophrenia as to what kind o More >>


Houston, We Have A Problem (8/6/07)
I’m a big advocate for due process, and it is important to remember that Tom Donaghy is innocent until proven guilty. But the major problem for the Association, the players, and the fans, is the nature of the allegations against him. More >>


The Evolution of Jungle Boots Worn in Vietnam (7/27/07)
4th Pattern Jungle Boots (soles)The first jungle boots to be worn in South East Asia where developed immediately post WWII for use in Panama. They resembled WWII boots by having double buckles and a russet brown leather finish. They saw limited use in Vietnam with the exception of being worn by early Special Forces advisor teams in Laos (Operation Hot Foot / White Star) and occasionally by TDY teams in Vietnam. More >>


Antique Brass Binoculars By Queen & Co. (7/26/07)
I thought I would share this antique pair of binoculars to see what people have to say about them. They appear to have been aggressively cleaned, but otherwise intact. More >>


401st GIR (Glider Infantry Regiment), 101st Airborne Uniform Group (7/26/07)
This uniform grouping was worn by PFC James J. Kriha, Service Company 401st GIF, 101st Airborne. Kriha was a post D-Day replacement and fought in Holland (Operation Market Garden), where he was seriously wounded and spent the next year and a half in hospitals recovering. More >>


WWII German Wehrpass For An Africa Corps Panzer Grenadier (7/26/07)
I’ve had this German Wehrpass for awhile. The soldier’s name was Heinrif Esser and his last unit entry is “7./Pz. Gren. Rgt. 361″ or 7th Company of the Panzer Grenadier Regiment 361. This unit was under the famous 90th Light Africa Division (March 1942-May 1943) that was captured at the battle of Tunis. More >>


WWII Japanese Battle Flag (7/24/07)
Here is an Imperial Japanese Army battle flag that I got from a WWII 77th Division veteran who fought in the Pacific Theater. He “liberated” the flag from a soldier on the island Cebu. I’ve never had the kanji translated. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The gentleman in the picture holding the flag is the the vet. He was a wonderful person to talk with. More >>


The Old West Romance Lives On (3/17/07)
The demand for Native American artwork and artifacts continues to rise. Wes Cowan provides advice for those looking to collect … More >>


Nineteenth Century Chalkware (2/17/07)
The origin of antique American chalkware is generally attributed to the Pennsylvania Dutch, first appearing in the mid 1800’s as … More >>


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