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The guest book is only for US and International combat bamera soldiers and those who supported us.

Dale Phillips

9:22 PM on April 10, 2015 by [email protected]

This website is amazing! There is so much information on it, and I love that it has a Defense Info School link where I can revisit my old stomping grounds. Thank you so much Dr. Caraway for letting me know about this website, I cannot wait to search through the rest of it!


Dr. Sylvester Caraway

3:56 AM on July 5, 2012 by [email protected]

Nancy, go to their website and contact their headquarters in Los Angeles

Nancy Gilligan says...

I have a donation for the ICCA but cannot find anyone to communicate with.

Nancy Gilligan

4:48 PM on April 21, 2012 by [email protected]

Thank you for an offer to join your organization. However, my intent is to give you a donation, but no one seems interested. I do estate/liquidation sales in the Tampa FL area. My client last week was a combat photographer and has a quite a great collection of combat photos which is family is willing to donate. If anyone who reads this know of someone or another organization that would appreciate these treasured photos, please contact me asap at [email protected]

Nancy Gilligan

8:15 PM on April 20, 2012 by [email protected]

I have a donation for the ICCA but cannot find anyone to communicate with.


11:45 AM on March 17, 2012 by [email protected]

Interesting site. I was a Combat Photographer in Vietnam 1966-67 with the 69th Signal Bn, detachment A attached with the 1st Air Cavalry Division.

Jeff Whitted

12:00 PM on January 28, 2012 

There should be a section to remember our fallen comrades.

On 28 January 1970, a North Vietnamese MiG-21 shot down an HH-53B Super Jolly Green Giant helicopter with the call sign Jolly Green 71 over North Vietnam during a search and rescue mission to retrieve a downed U.S. pilot. Sgt Gregory L. Anderson and the crew of the helicopter did not survive the air-to-air missile attack. Greg and I were aerial combat still photographers and door gunners flying the rescue mission in separate helicopters when the attack occurred.

Lisa czelatdko

8:17 PM on October 23, 2011 by [email protected]

I am the Council member to the second largest district in Colorado Springs. I am thrilled that we are getting this amazing museum in our City to honor the very brave men and women US military combat cinematographers who have helped to document our country's history and remind us of the winning of our freedoms.

jeremy lock

9:43 AM on February 21, 2011 by [email protected]

great to see this!!!!!!! This is history in the making!

Rick Diaz

9:50 AM on February 18, 2011 by [email protected]

Excellent... about time something classy has come along to honor this great profession!