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  • Today in History (1958): Elvis Presley Gets Drafted Into the US Army

    Today in History (1958): Elvis Presley Gets Drafted Into the US Army
    Like all American men at the time, Elvis Presley marked his 18th birthday by registering his name with the Selective Service System of the US Army. Five years later, he was finally called to serve his country.
  • Mt.Inwangsan – the Green/Holy/Touristy/Millitary Hill

    Mt.Inwangsan – the Green/Holy/Touristy/Millitary Hill
    The construction of the lomographic guide of Seoul is gaining pace and content. And so I thought I should pull out a merry old location to join the jam. A few years back on my first stay in Seoul, I discovered a green mountain in the middle of a city made of concrete and steel. Mount Iwangsan is a big city delight with a lot of incentives and shamanic ghosts.
  • Singapore Armed Forces: Army Open House 2012

    Singapore Armed Forces: Army Open House 2012
    What is so interesting and special about the Army Open House (AOH) 2012 of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)? Aren't all military open house exhibitions showcase similar things? Well, this year's AOH promises a different experience from prior years. Read on after the jump to find out more!
  • DMZ - the World's Hottest Border

    DMZ - the World's Hottest Border
    It is most likely the one border that is constantly in the focus of the world. The demarcation line between North and South Korea is always hot and edgy. You better hold your horses and don’t get silly, because the soldiers have their finger on the trigger. But beside from that, the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in South Korea can also be considered as a political version of Disneyland.
  • MOTAT Military Weekend: 17th - 18th March 2012

    MOTAT Military Weekend: 17th - 18th March 2012
    Every year in March, Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology hosts Military Weekend, both an educational look at the history of war and a mark of respect to those who lost their lives.
  • Much Larger Than an LC-A, Here's Another Soviet Era Camera!

    Much Larger Than an LC-A, Here's Another Soviet Era Camera!
    Utah based photographer Michael Fatali has acquired original photographic equipment used during the Cold War in the CIA's U-2 Spy planes. Drawn to nature for it's power and spirit, Michael salvaged the enormous photographic enlarger to photograph what he loves best. The resulting images are astounding.
  • Seoul Palace: Royal Guard Changing Ceremony

    Seoul Palace: Royal Guard Changing Ceremony
    A palace is a spectacular sight in every corner of the world. But sometimes the events around the monument have that special edge, that make it a unique lomographic location.
  • The Enigma Machine

    The Enigma Machine
    The Enigma of the Enigma Machine. First off there's its mysterious name... And though its function remained a constant from the start you'll be curious to know that those who used it and where it was used didn't! Read on to clear up some of the grey shrouding this hard-to-understand invention!
  • The Spirits of Fort Delaware

    The Spirits of Fort Delaware
    Fort Delaware, a notoriously haunted military fortress built around 1817, served as a prison during the US Civil War. Much suffering and death occurred at this site, located on an island in the Delaware River. When my daughter's fifth grade class took a field trip there, I jumped at the chance to play ghost hunter. Here's what I found.
  • HMCS Haida: The

    HMCS Haida: The
    I had about 3 hours to kill in Hamilton on a sunny afternoon. I was trying to follow the coastline of Lake Ontario, eager to find something interesting when the site of a huge battleship caught me a little off guard.
  • Derelict Military Watchtower

    Derelict Military Watchtower
    Here's an article about one object at one location - and trying to take as many different photos as possible!
  • Boston Portsmouth Air Show

    Boston Portsmouth Air Show
    Last summer, I went to the Boston Portsmouth Air Show at the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease, which was the first annual show of its kind. Combined with a clear, sunny weather, it made for a great first experience using slide film. There were oodles of planes of all shapes and sizes to explore and various back-to-back flying exhibitions to check out. Best of all, being an aviation enthusiast or expert was not required to appreciate all of these unique sights!
  • Derelict Military Barracks

    Derelict Military Barracks
    On the outskirts of Bath, one of the UK's most popular tourist cities lies this crumbling derelict military barracks. It opened in the 1940s and closed over 50 years later in 1993. A few years ago there was "news" that the site would be converted into retirement homes - nothing seems to have happened with that plan though.
  • Monte Real Airbase (BA5) - What do you want to be when you grow up?

    Monte Real Airbase (BA5) - What do you want to be when you grow up?
    Do you remember what you wanted to be when you grow up? I do, I wanted to be a jet pilot.
  • Fortalesa Isabel II - La Mola

    Fortalesa Isabel II - La Mola
    Whilst on holiday in Menorca, we visited "La Mola" - a huge fort on a small island defending the main port/city. It is now a tourist attraction.
  • Philippine Military Academy

    Philippine Military Academy
    The officers training school of the Armed Armed Forces in the Philippines found its home at the Summer Capital City, Baguio. Located at the Fort Gegorio del Pilar on Loakan Road, it has been considered as one of the must-see tourists spots.
  • RAF Predannack Where Planes Go To Die

    RAF Predannack Where Planes Go To Die
    An old RAF base situated deep in the South of Cornwall
  • Freedom Square - Kharkiv - The Biggest Parade Ground in Europe

    Freedom Square - Kharkiv - The Biggest Parade Ground in Europe
    Alright I will come out with the outstanding trademark of this landmark right now: It is is the largest parade ground in all Europe - big tush - even bigger tush. Well, this said we have to say of course that parade grounds are not so spectacular in most places of the world, but in the former Soviet Union averything militaristic had a certain sex-appeal. And of course the freedom square is adorned with massive Lenin. One icon of the past, who still feels the force of the future. And Lenin reamins the dominant figure of the square, overlooking it and having a daily market in his very back.
  • Daugavpils Fortress

    Daugavpils Fortress
    Daugavpils fortress is located in the south-eastern Latvia in the city of Daugavpils which is located near the Lithuania and Belarus border. This fortress is a cultural heritage of Latvia.