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Graffiti of War

Tactical life ran a great (if too short) piece today on graffiti in the AOR. It’s a funny change from the gang graffiti or anti-American scrawls. The funniest one we’ve seen to date was in ’06. One of your eee-light team of tactical bloggers saw a bombed out Iraqi T-72 (God only knows how long it had been there) on the way toward the Ziggurat of Ur that read “Chuck Norris was here.” On a more serious note, you might also be interested in the Graffiti of War Project, it’s seriously cool…in fact, if you aren’t familiar with it, go there now (the picture below came from that site and that project). It’s a great cause and has incredible art from our boys and girls on the ground.

Read the full article here.

One Response to “Graffiti of War”

  1. red2alpha73 says:

    This is a worthy project and cause. I’m glad to see someone is taking the time to document these things. I’ve see a lot of really good art on Jersey barriers and s&*+#er walls.

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