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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Revolutionary War Infantryman Memorial

Memorial to the Revolutionary War Infantryman at the Fort Benning National Infantry Museum.
With the parade field and a little construction prep in the background.
This parade field is where all the new soldieres come to graduate, in fact all graduations take place here.

4 comments:

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Wow! Postcard perfect.

As for the Fire Ant season photo-- what a hoot!!!

Jan
GDP

cieldequimper said...

Very nice memorial but hey, wow, your garden! What I wouldn't give to sit (in the shade) with a cold drink! ;-)

Jacob said...

A beautiful and impressive field. The graduation ceremonies must be something to behold.

Hope you're doing OK. Do you think you'll get another ferret?

Hilda said...

A very modern memorial for an old-time soldier but the greens are gorgeous! I've never seen any kind of military graduation — it must be quite awesome.

I'm so sorry to hear that little Woodstock is gone. It is never easy to lose a pet, especially if they're considered family. A big hug of sympathy for you, Barb.