Viet Nam - John Noble Holcomb, Medal of Honor
The mountains between Holcomb and the Medal of Honor are those viewed from the ranch (Warren provided the photo reference.) Two of the three prisoners to Holcomb's left are the ones he had rescued from drowning. (Images based on actual photo). The Medal of Honor is depicted and positioned to symbolize that what it represents, including strong personal fortitude and values is in Holcomb's grasp. The eagle carries the medal (and what it stands for) skyward.
Captain Curry and Chief Umhowlish
Emmigrant Hill - Journey's End in Sight (future site of Baker City, Oregon
WW II - V-Mail from Biak Island
Iraq - Assistance/Humanitarian
Trading for the First Horse
Images below are part of a public art commission recently completed for the US Army Armory at Baker City, Oregon.
Panel sizes are 4 ft x 8 ft and 4 ft x 6 ft..
Scroll down to see twelve panels. Two additional panels (each 4 ft x 4 ft) to be completed at later date.
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