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RequestAPrint is a licensed provider of reproductions from the Marine Corps Art Collection. We have provided framed prints for the Pentagon, The Basic School and other government facilities. We would be happy to work with you on single print or multiple print orders. Installation is available in selected areas. We accept government credit cards and have provided prints and services as both a prime and sub contractor.
If you have a special request or would like more information on our capabilities or how to purchase from us, contact Joseph Rudinec or Cindy Perorazio. Phone: 330-726-2572 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“A major exhibit at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, VA, that provides a glimpse into how the US Marines have been portrayed in American movies from the 1920’s to today. From 1918 “The Unbeliever” to “Guadalcanal Diary”, “Heartbreak Ridge” and “A Few Good Men”. Visitors trace Hollywood’s version of Marine Corps History.”
The exhibition features more than 30 posters photographed, restored, printed and framed by Rudinec & Associates.
The August issue of the “American Rifleman” features a number of images from the Marine Corps Art Collection. “Guns of the Devil Dogs” discusses the small arms used during WWI and is illustrated using works by Colonel Charles H. Waterhouse, USMCR.
To view other works in the Marine Corps collection visit www.requestaprint.net/marines
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