Saturday, April 3, 2010

Military through the ages at Jamestown, VA

Jamestown, Virginia
Jamestown played host to Military Through the ages. A sailing friend of John's and now a family friend, Miles, participated in this event. We ventured out to provide our support and check it out! We love this kind of stuff! Arrick is thinking of getting into it and well enjoy the sites we took in that day!
Norfolk Garrison from the War of 1812

sailor....back in the day
English soldiers of the Zulu Wars
Women of the Salvation Army

German Army of WWI

British Soldiers of WWI spying on the Germans

Fiddler on the Roof, meet Fiddler 'neath the Tent
Part of the French Resistance group

German Army of WWII

German Kubelwagon or Bucket Seat Car
(I thought this vehicle was too cute! I'm sure the German Army wouldn't appreciate my "cute" description though!)

This looked kind of fun too!

British Paratroopers in the right foreground with one of the British Scot Regiments to the left.

Civil War Soldiers (Union)

1st Para Regiment of l'Legion Etrangere

More l'Legion Etrangere

Betsy the Field Artillery Piece
(Ironically, Ian named his airsoft G36K Gun Besty as he HAD to take a picture. Apparently some male minds think alike!)

The Hussite Camp (Here there be Miles)

Medieval Tent (French)

Norfolk Garrison Soldier talking to a Medieval Archer.

Miles and Arrick discussing weapons

Palise in front of the Hussite camp

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