Monthly Archives: July 2016

Reenacting and replica CC-2 “Impregnated” uniforms – A pursuit

Beginnings During WWII the U.S. Army mounted the largest battle it has ever fought. Against three major countries, in nearly every part of the world. Because the U.S. Army was so completely unprepared for the war, many ideas and techniques were created simply from scratch. From the idea of Parachute troops to large multi-Divisional scale […]

Levi Vintage Collection Denim

Today I received my new denim pants from the Levi Vintage Clothing brand. They specialize in vintage garments for every day wear. I opted for something older and tougher, something I didn’t have to wash often and could beat up. These trousers are very nicely constructed and I highly recommend them. I also pair these […]

4th Ranger Battalion – Santa Maria, 1943

  Today I am featuring the legendary Ranger Battalions when they were fighting long before the iconic landing in Normandy, France. This portrait of the small, elite raiding force based on British Commandos is focused on their fighting in the mountains of Italy, just after their landing at Salerno. The Landing at Salerno was a […]