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Took a trip to DC today. It was hot and exhausting but I got a lot of good pictures and saw a lot of monuments/memorials and other things I've never seen before.

FDR Memorial, Washington DC
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Took a trip to DC today. It was hot and exhausting but I got a lot of good pictures and saw a lot of monuments/memorials and other things I've never seen before. The Lincoln Memorial was actually the only place I've previously been to.
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You can see an emperor-loyal description here.
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A wax statue of Andrew Jackson.

Madame Tussaud's, Washington, DC
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Photo by: Kassandra Leigh

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German Army (Wehrmacht) tank destroyer from World War 2 vintage.  The superbly sloped armor gave this little tank destroyer effective protection.

Unfortunately, the US Army Ordinance Museum has been closed and this vehicle can not longer be viewed.
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Probably taken at Fort Kamehameha, Oahu, Hawaii during WW2. The weapon is the 4.7" (120mm) antiaircraft gun M1, known as "The Stratosphere Gun" as it could shoot to nearly 60,000 feet. It was directed by radar and used into the mid 1950's when the Nike missile came into service. 550 were built but none ever shot down a plane.
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This is a Stalker (Game & Film), Metro 2033 (Game) and probably a host of other post apocalyptic movies influenced setbuild.
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The "Priest" was a 105mm self-propelled howitzer based on the M3 Medium Tank hull and drivetrain.

Unfortunately, the US Army Ordinance Museum has been closed and this vehicle can not longer be viewed.
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