Crater 150

It’s been a long day. I will share some thoughts at another time. For now I will leave you with this photograph of the 22nd USCT’s regimental flag. The reenacting unit took part in today’s ceremony at the Crater.

22nd USCT

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6 comments add yours

  1. Day-yamn, Kevin. I’ve seen small black and white images of that design, but not it fully recreated before.

    Not subtle, is it?

  2. Nope, not subtle at all…

    We are Men of War, after all…

    Nice stuff, Kevin.

    Best,

  3. I didn’t know how rough it could be for tariff collectors. 🙂

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