LOACH 990’s crew reunites at the dedication of the exhibit at the Motts Military Museum, Groveport, OH.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and its Wildlife Services (WS) program were privileged to assist in placing a light observation helicopter (LOH-6A), but affectionately called a LOACH by service members, on long-term loan at the Mott’s Military Museum in Groveport, Ohio.
Talking with the excited aircrew of Vietnam veterans, it’s clear a special relationship develops between an aircraft, its pilot, and crew, especially during war. Read more »
South Warner Wilderness Area in northeastern California has about 79 miles of maintained trails suitable for horse or foot traffic. The diverse stretch of land includes the 9,892-foot Eagle Peak, mountain meadows, clear streams, ragged peaks and an abundance of wildflowers. (U.S. Forest Service photo)
The United States has 757 wilderness areas covering nearly 110 million acres of public land, but just one of your photographs could be among those displayed at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History as part of a year-long celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act of 1964.
“Wilderness Forever” is a professionally juried photo contest by the 50th Anniversary National Wilderness Planning Team, or Wilderness50. Approximately 50 winning contest entries will be chosen for display as large format prints at the Smithsonian. Professional, amateur and student photographers are encouraged to submit photographs accompanied by personal stories and memories of the scenes depicted. Read more »