Photograph of the Vickers A1E1 Independent at the Bovington Tank Museum. It is designed with five turrets and had a crew of eight, understandably only one was ever made and it was never used in combat.
Finally complete as of July 2010, my own replica of the #18 Jeep Wrangler from Jurassic Park! I started the Jeep in 2007 and had to divide time between building it and my Ghostbusters Magnum conversion.
To celebrate, we took it up into the high country of Colorado for some summer four-wheeling fun in my home town of Granby! Here are the photos from that trip
Photographer: zia ul haq
PS Editer: Michael Biagioni
In a casket draped with our nationís flag, lies a U.S. soldier. He wears my uniform, my flag, and my first name. He served his country with honor and courage. He was a good man, and an even better soldier.
I envy him, he has seen the end of the war on terror, and has died the way I wish too. Not of cancer, not on a deathbed, not of old age, or heart attack, or by accident, or of cowardly suicide, he died with a roar in his chest, and fire in his eyes. He died a hero.
Saluted by his comrades, missed by his family and friends, he will never be forgotten. His death was not a defeat, but graduation into a heavenly place. Under God's loving wing, in God's tender hand. He now knows only peace.
(read my 23march04 jounral entry for more details)
p.s. please +fav this, so all of devart will experience this.
p.s.s. anyone who dares think this is "overly patriotic" do me a favor and keep it to yourself.