Anticipated Harmony

allamericankindofguy:

boots-withthe-spurs:

mommamarine:

iamphotonate:

Kyle Carpenter - Medal of Honor recipient.
In 2010, he covered a live grenade with his body, saving a fellow Marine’s life. I photograph celebrities all the time but it’s these people that catch my attention and get my respect.

You always reblog Kyle Carpenter….always


Kyle Carpenter is a babe and I don’t care what anyone says

It’s not gay if you have on boot bands, right?

allamericankindofguy:

boots-withthe-spurs:

mommamarine:

iamphotonate:

Kyle Carpenter - Medal of Honor recipient.

In 2010, he covered a live grenade with his body, saving a fellow Marine’s life. I photograph celebrities all the time but it’s these people that catch my attention and get my respect.

You always reblog Kyle Carpenter….always

Kyle Carpenter is a babe and I don’t care what anyone says

It’s not gay if you have on boot bands, right?

(via gentlemanfromvirginia)

peerintothepast:

U.S. Army 2nd Lt. R.C. Rescorla, Platoon Leader of 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division - Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam. November 16, 1965. 2nd Lt. Rick C. Rescorla, Platoon Leader of 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam - November 16, 1965.Born in England, he first served in the British Army, then joined the U.S. Army. 
Rick Rescorla, who was head of security for banking firm Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, is credited with saving 2,700 people by making sure they left the World Trade Center’s South Tower before it collapsed. He was killed when he went back in to rescue more people.
(Colourised by Doug Banks)

peerintothepast:

U.S. Army 2nd Lt. R.C. Rescorla, Platoon Leader of 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division - Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam. November 16, 1965. 2nd Lt. Rick C. Rescorla, Platoon Leader of 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam - November 16, 1965.

Born in England, he first served in the British Army, then joined the U.S. Army. Rick Rescorla, who was head of security for banking firm Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, is credited with saving 2,700 people by making sure they left the World Trade Center’s South Tower before it collapsed. He was killed when he went back in to rescue more people.
(Colourised by Doug Banks)

(via peerintothepast)