Our Young Remember

US Entry into Great War commemorated by youngsters
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In an effort to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of World War One, Military Trader asked kids, ages 4-15, to create a piece of art related to the “War to End All Wars.” In exchange, we sent each artist a 2017 Military Vehicles Magazine Collectors Edition calendar.

We are proud of all of the kids who sat down to create a piece of commemorative art. It is our hope that each creation helps others to recall the commitment and sacrifice of the 4.7 million men and women who served our nation during that conflict.

Here are a few of the drawings:

 “Dog Fight,” by Lincoln Whitcome, age 6

“Dog Fight,” by Lincoln Whitcome, age 6

 “WWI Trench,” by Areil Stanczyk, Sixth Grade

“WWI Trench,” by Areil Stanczyk, Sixth Grade

 “WWI Tank,” by Trevor Worzalla, Sixth Grade

“WWI Tank,” by Trevor Worzalla, Sixth Grade

 “Trench Warfare,” by Mason Firkus, Sixth Grade

“Trench Warfare,” by Mason Firkus, Sixth Grade

 “WWI Fighter Planes,” by Maria Vitt, Sixth Grade

“WWI Fighter Planes,” by Maria Vitt, Sixth Grade

 “World War 1 Tank,” by Krishiv Sreejith, Sixth Grade

“World War 1 Tank,” by Krishiv Sreejith, Sixth Grade