Troop Transport Posters and Arts
US Colonial Marines Conestoga-class troop transport design group 'patch' design, in full color. Think of this as a hypothetical promotional item. I recommend a medium-to-dark (but not black) garment for this art.
Tags: spaceship, light-assault-carrier, troop-transport, weyland-yutani-corp, weylandyutani
US Colonial Marines Conestoga-class 'patch' design, in a low-visibility color scheme. Think of this as a hypothetical promotional item. I recommend a medium-to-dark (but not black) garment for this art. Move it out, move it out, move it out!
Tags: uscm, aliens, ripley, xenomorph, ellen-ripley
US Colonial Marines Conestoga-class troop transport design group 'patch' design, in full color. Think of this as a hypothetical WY employee item. I recommend a medium-to-dark (but not black) garment for this art.
Tags: gorman, colonial-marines, ellen-ripley, xenomorph, building-better-worlds
Troop F, 4th Cavalry was activated on 10 February 1971 in Vietnam and assigned to the 25th Division as a separate air cavalry troop in support of the 25th Division’s 2nd Brigade. After the 2nd Brigade left Vietnam on 30 April 1971, Troop F remained assigned to the 25th while serving with the 11th and 12th Aviation Groups. It was one of the last Army units to leave Vietnam on 26 February 1973
Tags: retiree, military, recon, retired, veteran
In the later part of 1966, the 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry (Armored Reconnaissance), went to the Republic of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War (1966–1972) operating in the II Corps Area as part of the 4th Infantry Division. It received its first Valorous Unit Award in May 1969 for actions at LZ Oasis against a battalion sized enemy force. The 1st Squadron of the 10th, with the 4th Infantry Division, earned 12 campaign streamers and other awards in Vietnam. In April 1972, Troop H/10th Air Cavalry was formed (with assets from the disbanding Troop C, 7th Squadron-17th Cavalry Regiment) and placed under the 17th Aviation Group at Pleiku. The troop was located at Lane Army Airfield near An Son (14 km west of Qui Nhơn in Bình Định Province). H Troop aircrews conducted aerial reconnaissance, hunter/killer, and search & destroy missions using OH-6 Cayuse (Loach), AH-1 Cobra (Snake), and UH-1 Iroquois (Huey) helicopters and ground troops from the Republic of Korea's 2nd Infantry Division and the various South Vietnamese Army units. The unit disbanded shortly after the Paris Peace Accords were signed in 1973. Specialist 4 Robert Frakes, the last American combat casualty of the Vietnam War, perished in a post-crash fire after his OH-6 helicopter was lost to enemy fire on January 26th - the last day of US combat operations.
Tags: military, combat, retiree, retired, veteran
On 21 June 1972, the last 1st Cavalry Division troops left South Vietnam; it was the first and last Army division to leave the country. In Vietnam 5th Cavalry units participated in twelve campaigns. Six 5th Cavalry Regiment Troopers received the Medal of Honor in the Vietnam War; Billy Lane Lauffer, Charles C. Hagemeister, George Alan Ingalls, Edgar Lee McWethy Jr., Carmel Bernon Harvey Jr., and Jesus S. Duran. On 27 January 1973, the Paris Peace Accords saw a cease-fire in Vietnam and the departure of most US troops.
Tags: war, vietnam, retired, veteran, vet