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Fightin' Army was a bimonthly war comic published by Charlton Comics from 1956 – 1984 (though it was primarily a reprint title from 1978 to the end of its run). Telling fictional stories of the United States Army, it was a sister title of the other Charlton war comics Fightin' Air Force, Fightin' Marines, and Fightin' Navy.

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Charlton Comics War Stories MARINES ATTACK #2 1964 Glanzman art

Charlton Comics War Stories MARINES ATTACK & So Many More @QualityComicsAmerica #QualityComicsAmerica

G I Combat Comics | ... fan of war comics i almost didn t download this comic book g i combat

When the title starts reprinting "Sgt. Fury," maybe it should be known as "War Is Heck"! On the other hand, the story ends in a casualty.

ATOMIC WAR! comic book of the 50's.."When this new guided missile hits the Kremlin, those Russkies will be in for a hot time!"

Major Charles J. Rosenblatt with his crew His crew were Sergeant Perdue and Sergeant Culver. Rosenblatt was born in Tampa and was a long-time resident of Jacksonville. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years and was a fighter pilot during both World War II and the Korean Conflict. He received two distinguished flying crosses, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters in World War II alone. He was credited with destroying four Nazi planes and damaging three others (1944).

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Army War Heroes, Vol 1, 10, Silver Age Comic Book. VG/FN. September 1965. Charlton Comics

Army War Heroes Vol 1 10 Silver Age Comic by RubbersuitStudios #warcomics #silveragecomics #comicbooks

Star Spangled War Stories presents Enemy Ace #148

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War Is Hell #4 - July 1973 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade G

War Is Hell 4 July 1973 Issue Marvel Comics by ViewObscura


Showcase Presents: Men of War (Paperback) by DC Comics

These tales of war originally published in the late 1970s star Enemy Ace, DC's German fighter pilot from World War I, and a new war hero: Codename Gravedigger, an African American soldier who goes und