Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Angel Fire, NM. "I took this picture in 2010 while in Angel Fire for a family reunion. Came out pretty good, if I do say so myself." -Milt Brown. Photo by Milt Brown. Aaron Brown remarks: "I had never heard of the monument. It's tremendous." Gary L. O'Neal comments: "Didn't know it was out there either. The sound of a Huey is different from any sounds you will ever hear. That bird took us into battle and out of harms way. That sound I will never forget and the men that flu them. God bless all the men that fought in that war and the ladies that helped keep us alive. The nurse's and the Red Cross ladies as we call Donut Dollie's. The most intense war in history."
Soldier Holding Helmet of Individual Injured in the Helicopter Crash
Learned holding Gonzales' helmet who was injured in this helicopter crash. Photo by Russell Elderbaum, a "Scout" with D-Troop during 1969 & 1970. 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. Courtesy of Mike Gustin, firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.dtroop.com/
In Memorium: The Photographic Work of Jonathan Stowers was exhibited at the George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Art Gallery, South City Campus. "[Photography] was a true passion for [Stowers]. He showed his deepest emotions through his art," Kim Mazza, a friend of Stowers, said. "To understand his images was to understand him." Mazza, describes the content of his photographs as, "the wraps worn in his autobiographical images were a metaphor for protection. The interaction between his wrapped body and the landscape, expressed how isolated and misunderstood Jonathan felt." Terry Martin, the curator of the exhibit had these comments: "I hope this exhibit allows you to connect to Jonathan in your own way or to inspire you to go off on your own 'Photo safari' perhaps to explore your own personal journey." There is a scholarship foundation in Stowers' name.