The Manhattan skyline from Bayonne, NJ
More New York from New Jersey
Statue of Liberty and NY skyline
A closer look
A little closer
And closest from Bayonne
Ellis Island and the Lady
The Lady from Liberty Park, NJ
More Ny skyline from Liberty Park
A panoramic view of the Manhattan skyline from Liberty Park, NJ
I'm sad to say that this skyline will never look the same again.
September 11, 2001 is the saddest day in our history.
The cranes of Bayonne, NJ docks. You would not believe the
cargo coming through here.
The old Central Railroad New Jersey Terminal
at Liberty Park
The entrance to Fort Dix, where I took Basic and
Advanced Individual Training.
Walson Hospital. I spent four days there after a flu shot.
It gave me the flu.
This doe was walking across the parade grounds.
Then she decided to pose for me.
The Air power of the Infantry.
And Land power
With all that fire power, this is what takes, occupies,
and holds the terrain from the enemy.
The Infantry Soldier, a necessary force
These geese were feeding on Ft. Dix and I was reminded of
"police call". The entire unit lined up to pick up any trash
in the company area, gum wrappers, cigarette butts,
anything not dirt or growing. Our Drill Sergeant would say,
"All I want to see, is assholes and elbows".
Fort Dix is now only used by the U.S. Army Reserves and the
National Guard. Based on my experiences there from November
1966 to March 1967, that would be a good thing.
We, endearingly, called it the armpit of the Universe.
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