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 Vietnam War Art Painting - We Are Our Brothers Keepers by Bob  George

We Are Our Brothers' Keepers is a painting by Bob George which was uploaded on October 5th, 2012.

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Dave, your kind words are always appreciated. I remember the Ap Cha Do village area - close to Lai Khe. To refresh my memory I googled up some info. You guys inflicted big damage that day, especially in the amount of supplies found. By coincidence that Nov. 5, '66 was the very day I left 'Nam.

Bob in November of 1966 my unit engaged the enemy in the Iron Triangle in what became known as the battle at Ap Cha Do ( if memory serves me correctly). This painting is so realistic it`s like stepping back in time. I am truly greatful for you and your art Bob. We will never be forgotten thanks to men like yourself....thank you brother...Dave

Thanks so much, ALL our veterans won this one.

Congratulations on taking 1st place in ART OF THE VETERAN CONTEST Bob; well deserved! F V T & L ELaine

Thanks for your service Gene. My painting is for all you guys whenever you served. I was in the Big Red One in '65, '66 and with the Black Lions as a combat artist the day General Ware was killed. Everyone I know is very proud of your unit.

Thanks for colorizing a piece of my unit's history. I was a 'Black Lion' (2/28th) after the fact. I was in Germany from 75-78.

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