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Milano, Duomo, camminando per la mia citta’ (my shot)
Thanks! And yes it did. Although the design that began with M1916 Stahlhelm formed the basis of German military headgear through the end of World War II, it went through some revisions by that time, with the M1935/M1940 being what most people think of. I’ve covered it a bit more in depth here.
Marines, both wounded and whole, during Operation Prairie, 1966. Photographed by Larry Burrows.
Douglas A-1 Skyraider flying over Vietnam with an open cockpit. The Skyraider could carry its own weight in ordnance.
Latvian Police Special Operations Unit during an Anti-terrorist and hostage Rescue Exercise being held at the National Library in Riga – This exercise was also attended by representatives of the National Armed Forces, the National Police, the State Fire and Rescue Service, Emergency Medical Service, the State Border Guard, the General Prosecutor’s Office, as well as the Latvian National Library – 5th September 2014.
British troops inspect a Junkers Ju 87 Stuka which made an emergency landing in the desert, December 1941.
Australian soldiers of 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, 1971.