Maine military museum part three.

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Put a Marine and a sailor together at a military museum and there are going to be some serious disagreements.

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But they’re friends, so it’s all good.

As was the collection of pins from the Vietnam era.

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Kill a Commie for Christ is probably not what Jesus had in mind.

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My husband’s father was a SeaBee, though in an earlier war. Looking at their mascot made me wish I had a few more arms. Dinner prep would be so much easier.

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As I said before, all the items in this museum are donated. Though why someone wanted them to have dirty underwear and a partial denture I’m sure I don’t know.

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This uniform parade was a little creepy, especially the headless model.

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That’s an exact replica of a cell at the Hanoi Hilton, right down to the inch.

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And the rats and bugs.

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Impressive roof patterning. wish I could talk the husband into doing that on ours.

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Our friend, pointing out his photo from his time in Bosnia.

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12 thoughts on “Maine military museum part three.”

  1. I was going to mention your blog in a post I am writing about those same solders from the viewpoint of Walter Plywaski who the troops rescued along with his “brother” (nephew). Will try to post that one next week ..

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