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Good Work on a Bad DayGood Work on a Bad Day by BravoKrofski
Good Work on a Bad Day
Sunday, December 7th 1941
Oahu, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
The wind was blowing, the sun was rising just over the horizon, and all of the world’s trouble’s seemed to melt away, and all there was was beauty. Aaron Kay newly assigned to the USS Nevada was just laying back in the driver side of his jeep just taking in the new day. Unfortunately, his moment of peace was cut short by some loud snoring next to him. His old high school buddy Corporal Mickey Hatchet was snoring so loud, you’d think it was an elephant singing the ABC’s.
“My god they might mistake this guys snoring for enemy fire one of these days.” Aaron thought.
The night before, Aaron decided to take Mickey out for his first beer. Mickey never drank more than water back home, though one time he had some Coca-Cola back when they were 12 and he started running on the walls. Aaron decided he deserved a beer after getting bumped up to corporal fixing the captain’s Ford tr
We Survived TogetherWe Survived Together by BravoKrofski
We Survived Together.
-April 30th 1945.
-Outskirts of Ravensbrück, Germany.
A new day began, the Northern German air was cool with a light drizzle. A unit of 30 Soviet scouts from the 70th Army of the 2nd Byelorussian Front walked through the forests outside of Fürstenberg. Sergeant Ivan Elijahnovich heard a slight tune from the sound of the drops hitting his comrades' helmets and began to hum. Throughout all of the misery and suffering he had witnessed in his 3 years of service, he always found music to be his escape from it all. When he left his home in Lublin, Poland he hummed to sooth his mind, when lost contact with his family after the invasion in ’41 he would hum to repress the thought that his family was gone, and when he lost friends and comrades in his 3 years of fighting, humming would help ease his pain.
Ivan’s tune was cut short as he nearly staggered over some thick mud. The ground was indeed muddy, and the trees formed a thick barrier around the men
This is the gallery you submit all your weapon art they can be weapons you have made up your self they don't have to be real ones.
This is where you submit Art work featuring a soldier ... or more, Again they don't have to exist so if you have made your own country as my brother Darksnipermatt has you can draw your soldier in the uniform of his/her imaginary country.
This is where you submit art of Vehicles like tanks and so on again they can be completely made up
This is where you submit pictures involving monster and so on Like a werewolf soldier or a soldier battling a dragon for example. But they don't just have to be werewolves and dragons they can be any thing even some thing you made up as long as the picture has a military theme to it!
Have fun creating your art work!
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