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For Those who were and Still Are
Small VIG I made for Veterans Day...
About this creation

I know it's a day late, but i was super busy yesterday and didn’t get the chance to upload it until today.


The vig consists of two sides, one honoring the veterans, and the other those who are still fighting in active duty.


I wanted the vig to feature an American flag; I think it came out nicely.

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I wanted to thank everyone who has served in the armed forces, so one this side there is a veteran general.


Probably walking in a park or something, he is carying the hat from his old uniform.


I also wanted to honor those who are still part of active duty.


U.S. soldier stationed in the Middle East. (kudos to whoever made this gun)


The sides fold out to form the American flag, allowing the two soldiers to stand side-by-side.

SUPER BIG THANKS TO ALL WHO HAVE, AND ARE STILL SERVING IN OUR ARMED FORCES!




Comments

Master Cheez .
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  May 15, 2009
very nice over here in Australia we have ANZAC day ANZAC = Australia New Zealand Army Core 9I think) its for those who fought in all wars and in WWI in Golipili in Turkey
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  March 14, 2009
o0Ooh ... that's very nice and patriotic ... Salute !
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  November 17, 2008
A great idea, too bad so few people make MOCs for this reason...Great build!
Master Cheez .
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masterchief 1
  November 13, 2008
The MOC is very well done , but I do (how ever imossible it may be to do) miss the stars.
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  November 13, 2008
that is amazing! thnx for making this. my dad is a verteran... he was in the navy... check out my mocs
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  November 13, 2008
Man, now why do I never think of stuff like this? Great job man! Here, have 5 stars for that Flag.
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  November 13, 2008
Itīs executed very well (I only miss the stars...), and I like the idea of remembering people - for good things they did - and sometimes for bad things so these bad things wonīt be forgotten and wonīt be done again. I am convinced that most soldiers do and did a good job, and that they should be remembered - especially if they had to serve against their free will. But I would never want to be a soldier, with the oligation to obey almost any possible order. Itīs a matter of conscience. I know for myself that I could never have my "piece of mind", having to use weapons in reality. What looks great and interesting in movies doesnīt work for me in reality. Iīm interested in military technology, but would never ever like to apply it against anybody. So I see this MOC from various angles. Best regards, Steffen
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  November 13, 2008
I salute you sir, for a well executed and meaningfull moc. :) A++
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  November 13, 2008
Nice sculpture. I think it 'caked' out really well too (sorry, couldn't resist-no harm intended ;D )
Master Cheez .
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Evan Melick
  November 12, 2008
AMazing. I plan to do one of these every year, but...ug...it's pathetic. God bless the troops.
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  November 12, 2008
god bless the u.s.a.!
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  November 12, 2008
awesome. like the folding idea with the 2 sides.
 
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