While we have only a few pieces of art to display at this
time, I know this section will grow as people share their artwork with
those of us in the PTF world.
Alan Sandoval has a model of
a PTF, which I view as art. He writes: ... this is a "model of a 'Nasty' that I
brought home with me.
I think it cost either 20 or 40 cartons of Salems"
Although a Gunners mate by
trade, Jim Gray was an Art College graduate. This is one of his works.
Unfortunately this image started from a 4"x 6"
photograph of that painting.
Painting by Tom Freeman.
This painting recently appeared with the web article "The
Secret Side of Tonkin Gulf Incident" , (oops
this link is stale too. Now looking for a new one. )U.S. Naval Institute
- Naval History - by Dale Andrade and Kenneth Conboy
This is the Welcome
Brochure from PTF-17 and 19 while they were on tour of US
cities. I'm not sure if this is art, but it is a graphic expression for
others to enjoy.
These two pen and ink drawings
definitely are classified as art. They were done by Navy Captain
reference (the link is now dead, trying to
find a new one) is a copy of an article in Naval History magazine
describing Captain Roach's art efforts..