"Go To War...Do Art"
A World at War: The Marine Corps in World War I - On the Ground
A World At War: The Marine Corps in World War I - In the Air
Spaceflight: The Marine Astronauts Part 1—To the Moon: 1961-1969
Spaceflight: The Marine Astronauts Part 2—Building A Permanent Presence: 1970-2019
Spaceflight: The Marine Astronauts Part 3—Return to the Moon and Beyond: 2020-Today
Iwo Jima Purple Hearts: Common Men, Uncommon Valor
In the Highest Tradition—WWII Medal of Honor Art: Paintings by Col Charles H. Waterhouse, USMCR (Ret)
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, the National Museum of the Marine Corps is featuring the artwork of U.S. Marine artist, Col Charles H. Waterhouse. Included in this online exhibition are a selection of paintings and portraits of WWII Medal of Honor recipients. Online visitors can view more artwork by Waterhouse on the Museum's Google Arts and Culture site.
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