Where military pens float…

US Army

(Pen 1023, Drawer 82)

US Marines

(Pen 1024, Drawer 82)

US Navy

(Pen 1025, Drawer 82)

US Airforce

(Pen 1026, Drawer 82)

Royal Airforce Museum

(Pen 1105, Drawer 82)

Lincolnshires Lancaster

(Pen 1194, Drawer 82) From the late Graham Jacob’s collection – we don’t know how it was damaged, but it’s very old, and we love it!

DGA DCN Cherbourg

(Pen 1594, Drawer 107) The DCNS Group is a company working in the field of naval armament. It designs and builds warships, combat systems, port facilities and the maintenance in operational conditions of the forces. DCNS has existed in its present form since 2007 and is the heir of the French arsenals and management of buildings and Naval Weapons (DCN DCAN became in 1991).The French government is a shareholder at 75%. The site of Cherbourg is mainly dedicated to the achievement of submarines with nuclear propulsion ( submarine nuclear attack (SNA) and submarine ballistic missile (SSBN)) – I better treat this pen with great care!

Tillamook Air Museum (Oregan)

(Pen 102, Drawer 82)

USS Pampanito SS383

(Pen 245, Drawer 82)

HMS Belfast

(Pen 260, Drawer 55)


(Pen 747, Drawer 18)

RAF Museum, Hendon

(Pen 754, Drawer 69)


(Pen 782, Drawer 82)

AH-64 Apache

(Pen 810, Drawer 82)

Airforce 1

(Pen 811, Drawer 82)

Eden Camp

(Pen 961, Drawer 126)

The Shuttleworth Collection

(Pen 1000, Drawer 82) Our first true ‘drive-by.’ Russell lets me out at the entrance, I blag my way into the museum shop without paying an entrance fee, purchase the pen and come out, all within the time it takes Russell to turn the car around, and we’re off. Sorry I can’t tell you anything about this museum – we weren’t there long enough!

Air Force Academy Colorado

(Pen 1852, Drawer 82)

P- 40 Warhawk

(Pen 2012, Drawer 82)

U.S. Marines – OORAH!

(Pen 2084, Drawer 82) Oorah is a battle cry common in the United States Marine Corps since the mid-20th century. It is comparable to hooah in the US Army and hooyah in the US Navy and US Coast Guard. It is most commonly used to respond to a verbal greeting or as an expression of enthusiasm.

POW MIA You are not forgotten

(Pen 2087, Drawer 82)

The Gurkha Museum

(Pen 2192, Drawer 82)

B-24 Bomber

(Pen 2367, Drawer 82)

F-104 Starfighter

(Pen 2368, Drawer 82)

B-1B Bomber

(Pen 2369, Drawer 82)

P-47 Thunderbolt

(Pen 2596, Drawer 82)

Gettysburg National Military Park

(Pen 2688, Drawer 82)

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