Welcome to the online gallery of US Military Art!
Commemorate your honorable service! Hang something on the wall that stirs the memory and brings a sea story or two.
We are proud to offer a wide variety of prints and profile drawings, based on US military subjects. If you flew it, drove it, or fired it, odds are we have it! We have left no stone unturned in our attempts to find affordable high-quality artwork, depicting the people, equipment, and operations of the US military, from World War II to the present. Our selections include works featuring the US Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard.
Unlike many other military art websites, US Military Art is organized by subject matter. Use the navigation buttons on the left to easily browse through our various galleries. They will be there for you on each page, as well as at the page bottom. If you are unable to find your specific item, try clicking on the "Search this Web Site" link at the top of each page to find its location.
Most prints on our site are in thumbnail format, so you can click on them to see a much larger view. Remember to click your browser's BACK button to return to the page afterwards.
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We offer a 100% Satisfaction guarantee! If you are not happy with an item that you purchase from us, you can return it for a total refund of your purchase price and shipping cost!
New, higher (of course) Shipping Rates!
Fuel cost are down nationwide, but we have already received notice from UPS that their rates are going up 1 JAN 2017, as expected. Although there has been no notice from the US Postal Service, they will most likely follow suit soon after (Last year's increase went into effect in January, also). Priority Mail has worked out well for us, in that it is almost always less expensive, transit times are less, and packages suffer less damage, so we will continue to use it as our default shipping method. Our Order Confirmations reflect the maximum amount you will be charged. These would be rates to California, Alaska, and Hawaii. Shipping charges to locations closer to New Jersey will be less. If you'd like an accurate estimate of the charges, send us an email and we will contact you when your order is received!
New Ship Class Added to Our Inventory!!!
In the 1960s, the US Navy ordered the conversion of three WW II Liberty Ships to floating platforms for interception of global communications for the NSA. The class was comprised of the USS Oxford AGTR 1, USS Georgetown AGTR 2, and USS Jamestown AGTR 3. The Class was comprised of 3 ships, USS Oxfore AGTR 1, USS Georgetown AGTR 2, and USS Jamestown AGTR 3.
USS Oxford started life as the Samuel R Aiken launched in 1945. From 1960 – 1961, she was converted to an electronic spy ship tasked with “research in the reception of electronic propagations.” She was renamed USS Oxford AG 159 and commissioned 8 July 1961. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, OXFORD played an important role in intercepting Cuban and Russian communications on the island. She also had the distinction of being the first ship to receive a message from a shore station after it was bounced off the moon. OXFORD was redesignated AGTR 1, and spent a number of years doing research in electromagnetic reception, oceanography, and other related areas. She was reassigned to San Diego, and spent much of 1969 in the Pacific. Decommissioning took place in December 1969 at Yokosuka, Japan. USS Oxford AGTR 1 received several awards, including 10 Battle Stars for her contributions during the Vietnam War.
You can order a copy of any of these ships by clicking HERE or visit our Auxiliary Ships page under the "Ships of the US Navy" tab Don't forget to provide your "years served aboard" information so that our artist can correctly configure your drawing. You can also add up to 3 lines of personalization to make your drawing truly unique!
"American Man of War," an exciting new print by Mark Karvon
USS Chicago started off her career as a Baltimore Class Cruiser. She saw action in WWII, and then was decommissioned until her conversion to a Guided Missile Cruiser and recommissioning in 1964. After seeing service during the Vietnam War, she was decommissioned for a final time, and eventually sold for scrapping. Click HERE for more of her history, a larger version of this fine print, and a chance to place an order! Don't hesitate to phone us at 609-264-5256 if you have any questions.
Celebrate your career with a composite drawing showing all the ships or squadrons you served with during your career. We can also include patches/insignia to represent shore duty assignments. Click here or on the "Career Montages" navigation button on the left for more information on this very popular product!
"Deck Departure" - by Aviation Artist Robert Bailey!
Robert Bailey's print "Deck Departure" is a natural for us! The subject matter is the launch of Lt Col "Hamster" Hobson's F/A 18 from the deck of the USS Nimitz CVN 68 from the #3 catapult in 2008. The print has been co-signed by 5 upper echelon officers currently serving aboard USS Nimitz. The Artist's Proof edition (which we are stocking) includes a companion print entitled "Last Launch" depicting the aircraft departing USS Nimitz prior to her arrival at San Diego at the end of June 2008. CLICK HERE for a larger view and more info on this great new issue! Or visit our Aircraft Carrier page for info and ordering.
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