Prints of US Army Weapons and Equipment
"Rounds Depleted" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
this dramatic and detailed drawing by Timothy Chiasson, "Rounds Depleted,"
members of Alpha Battery, 2nd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment,
1st Brigade Combat Team of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) fire
rocket-assisted-projectiles (RAP) from their M198 Howitzer at insurgent forces
from Combat Outpost Garcia, Afghanistan. The highly open edition
print is produced on heavy weight, archival matte stock and has an image area of
14" x 19". Click on the thumbnail to see a larger, more detailed image of
the print, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
Standard Issue" by SSG Timothy Chiasson
The OTV (Outer Tactical Vest), DAPS, radio, protective mask, and single round (representing "one shot, one kill"). Standard Issue depicts equipment issued to all U.S. Army soldiers who are in theatre. At the end of each day, they drop their gear, but prepare for another mission. This drawing honors all those who wear this equipment as each day passes.
We are pleased to now offer personalized versions of this great print! SSG Chiasson will add your name to the ACH band, rank and unit patches to the OTV, and put appropriate insignia in the background of the drawing. The original "Standard Issue" print is below on the left, and a sample of a personalized version is on the right. You can click on both images for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here. If we have any problems with your request, we'll let you know right away. Before printing and shipping your personalized print, we will email an image to you for approval. No charges will be billed until we have your approval, and the print is ready to ship.
Inspired by David Bloom's accounts as he traveled with the 3rd Infantry across the desert, ...And Hell's Comin' With Me demonstrates the incredible speed of US and British forces as they race towards Baghdad in a 14 mile wide column. The fierce firepower brought to bear against the tyrant Saddam Hussein destroyed his regime in a swift and decisive blow, and the skill and courage of America's premier tank and crew throughout the theater carries on the honor of their namesake.
The American Bald Eagle in the painting ...And Hell's Comin' With Me symbolizes the might and fury of not only the US Army, but the American will and determination that supports our troops and stand firm against tyranny.
...And Hell's Comin' With Me is carefully reproduced on 80 lb. archival stock, each print is individually inspected by the artist for color consistency and accuracy. Click Here for a detail shot Michael's work. The watermark in the upper left is for copyright purposes only, and doesn't appear on the actual print. Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
"The Approaching Storm" by Dru Blair
A column of Bradley Fighting Vehicles surges across the desert in this powerful print, based on the original painting by Dru Blair. America's support for her troops is symbolized by the Eagle flying behind the lead vehicle. For his invaluable help with this work, the author thanks CPT Christopher W. Smith, of the Third Infantry Division. Prints based on the original work are available in two sizes, faithfully reproduced on 80 lb. archival stock. A larger, limited edition giclee is also available. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image, then click you BACK button to return here.
"The M1A2 Abrams" by Mark Karvon
The M1 Abrams is considered by many to be the best tank in the world today. Its 120mm gun makes it lethal, while it's composite armor keeps the crew very well protected. The M1 is powered by a 1500 HP gas turbine engine which makes the Abrams one of the fastest tanks in the field. The M1 Abrams has proven itself in battle during Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Mark Karvon's depiction features the upgraded M1A2 version of the Abrams moving out across the desert sands of Iraq accompanied by an M2 Bradley. A pair of impressive A-10 "Warthogs" provide close air support. For a larger view, click on the thumbnail, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
The Iron Fist by Rene Borst depicts the M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank in action in the burning oil fields of Kuwait in 1991, during Operation Desert Storm. The Abrams, unproven after 10 years (it first entered service in the early 1980's), quickly showed its strengths in battle against its counterpart, the Iraqi's Soviet-made T-72.
Among the many great attributes of the M1 was its thermal sighting system, which allowed the crew to acquire and destroy targets in the darkness of night and in the blackened, smoke-clogged deserts of Kuwait. The Abrams had remarkable success during the conflict, and maintained operational readiness of over 90% of the 1,800+ in theater, with only 9 lost in battle.
Unfortunately, as of 1 May 2013 the large 24" x 30" version of this print is sold out at the distributor, and is no longer available. There is no shortage of the smaller version, however, so feel free to place your order!
The M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank, as sketched by acclaimed artist Jim Stovall. Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, to see Jim's stunning detail. Then click your browser's BACK button to return here. This limited edition print measures 18" x 28", and is signed and numbered by the artist.
"The M109A6 Paladin" by Jim Stovall
Here on the right is the M109A6 Paladin, masterfully created by artist Jim Stovall. Click on the thumbnail for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.The M109A6 print measures 18" x 24". Quantities are very limited - ORDER TODAY!
"The M119 Light Howitzer" by Jim Stovall
Here is Jim Stovall's sketch of the M119 Light Howitzer and her crew, getting ready to send a round down range. The print is 18" x 32", and is signed/numbered by the artist as a limited edition print.
Sorry, Folks, this print is Sold Out!
"The MLRS Rocket Launcher" by Jim Stovall
These bad boys can rock and roll! Jim Stovall has an excellent sketch of the US Army's MLRS rocket launcher. The print, shown here on the left, is printed on heavy weight archival stock and measures 18" x 24". Click on the image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
Each of these limited edition prints is signed and numbered by the artist. (Please note - the word "SAMPLE" does not appear on the actual print, and is for copyright purposes only.)
"The Bradley Fighting Vehicle" by Jim Stovall
The M2A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) by Jim Stovall. Jim has created prints of several Bradley variants. On the left is a Bradley armed with a 25mm chain gun on the turret. (The "SAMPLE" text is for copyright purposes only, and does not appear on the actual print.) The one on the right he adds TOW missiles (Tube-Launched, Optically Tracked, Wire-Guided) to the already capable BFV.
Click on either thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here. Be sure to select your desired vehicle when ordering!
The M4 Sherman Battle Tank
"Forces of Liberty" by Mark Karvon
The M4 Sherman was the primary tank of allied forces in World War II, and was used both by the US Army and US Marine Corps. Originally equipped with a 75mm gun, the Sherman was a match for German armor early in the war. Against the more advanced Tiger and Panther tanks however, the Sherman was outgunned. Late in the war, the Sherman was upgraded with a larger and more powerful gun with enough muzzle velocity to penetrate German armor. Still, it took real guts and steady nerves to take a Sherman into battle against a Panther or Tiger. The M4 served well into the Korean War, eventually being replaced by the PATTON. The M4 Sherman was exported to many countries, and used by them through much of the 20th Century. In Mark Karvon's stirring print, a pair of M4's of the late war version ( the M4A3E8 with the HVSS suspension and the 76mm gun) are shown with a couple of Mustangs making a low pass. The combination of air power and armor was unstoppable in 1945. Hence the title, "Forces of Liberty". Clicking on the thumbnail will show a larger version of the print. Then click your browser's BACK button to return here.
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