26 x 34.5
Oil on masonite, framed.
TOP- Original Oil
Some say it is the toughest job in the army. From the Civil War to Iraq and Afghanistan, Sergeants have needed to know how to do virtually everything. The have to understand the plight of the private and the burden of the commander. They have to perform their duty in the wet mess of the confidence course in the white heat of combat. They have to think like a commander but react like a rifleman.
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