Night Watch

USS LaVallette (DD448) Subic Bay, Luzon, Phillipine Islands, 1945

The nightly annoyances of Washing Machine Charlie (an enemy plane) caused unending interruptions of our sleep in Subic Bay.

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4 Responses to Night Watch

  1. Tim De los Reyes says:

    You should give viewers a clickable option to buy prints… I’d get one of this! It’s lovely.

  2. Matt says:

    Hi George,

    thank you so much for sharing your experiences of that time

    you’re really a talented & great drawer !

    Happy birthday to your 90th 🙂

    Greetings from Vienna, Austria ! (no kangaroos – except perhaps in the zoo)

  3. Russ says:

    Another great piece, Sir. You really are talented.

    Oh, by the by, my Email Informational guru Alex Allman sang your high praises, and noted that it’s your birthday. HAPPY BIRTDAY! I hope your work continues to bring emotion and joy to many people as it has me for many years to come.

    Keep it up, sailor

  4. Anita says:

    Has been great to visit your site George, thank you and would like to wish you an Awesome 90th Birthday from Down Under , koala in the post , lol

    Cheers Anita ♥ ♥ ♥

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