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Ok so it's not a warmachine but this is the closest to a random military thread we have and I figured that for the holidays it would be ok just for this once smile

vintage Coca-Cola Christmas image: the military celebrates Christmas too

And to stay on topic:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4136/4852868980_0df757f123_m.jpg

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HildeKitten wrote:

Ok so it's not a warmachine but this is the closest to a random military thread we have and I figured that for the holidays it would be ok just for this once smile

vintage Coca-Cola Christmas image: the military celebrates Christmas too

It's too bad I couldn't find a larger version.

Re: war machines

Abandoned Atlas Missile sites (one pictured in my state of Oklahoma).
http://asuwlink.uwyo.edu/~jimkirk/atlas.html

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That's pretty well put together!

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4102/4852245981_297c7e1831.jpg

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http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4077/4852248255_44d725fbb4_m.jpg

Some kind of mobile generator?

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The Great Conversion, war ship

found via the blog

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Just real warmachines, or mechs, too?

It is not enough for men to be courageous; creativity and cleverness must count for something too.

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I believe mechs would be better suited to go in one of the robot threads (just use the search and you'll be bound to find them) really.

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2445/3903125967_83745b1c80.jpg

from a WW2 reenactment display in Mechelen, Belgium

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New Tank Paintings:
http://www.mnartists.org/work.do?rid=283996
Old Set reorganized according to WWII Battle:
http://www.mnartists.org/work.do?rid=283644

I apologize about the "El Alamein" category, I just noticed the mistake. It should read "Tunisia."

The Second Battle of El Alamein was a victory for the British forces, using their own equipment including the Crusader III and the Matilda. The United States had nothing to do with their victory.

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HildeKitten wrote:

I believe mechs would be better suited to go in one of the robot threads (just use the search and you'll be bound to find them) really.

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2445/390 … 5b1c80.jpg

from a WW2 reenactment display in Mechelen, Belgium

Roger. Understood! Now, "Robot Threads"?

It is not enough for men to be courageous; creativity and cleverness must count for something too.