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Smithsonian Museum Feather

 Warriors In Uniform

  On December 2, 2011 an event was held commemorating the Native Americans serving in the U.S. military since the American Revolution, and by percentage serve more than any other ethnic group in the armed forces. At this event Chuck Boers (Lipan Apache/Cherokee, pictured right on left), an Iraq War veteran and the recipient of two Bronze Stars and three Purple Heart medals presented to the Smithsonian NMAI a feather painting by Brandy Davis which commemorated the first known Pow Wow held in a combat zone.  Brandy is proud and honored to be part of this event and to have her feather painting donated and be part of the Smithsonian “National Museum of the American Indian” archive, honoring our Warriors in Uniform.
Donated to the Smithsonian (You Tube video below) “National Museum of the American Indian” NMAI To commemorate the first known Pow Wow held in a combat zone. Description: Frame 18” x 18” Feather 14” x 14” Hand painted Acrylic on 5 brown turkey feathers. The bottom of the painting is adorned with two Hawk feathers carried in the body armor of veteran Chuck Boers of the Lipan Apache Band of Texas during his Combat Missions in Fallujah

“Warriors In Uniform”

Presentation

Chuck Boer’s speaking segment starts at 1:41:40 Feather donation segment starts at 1:57:00
Our Warrior Spirit: Native Americans in the U.S. Military
BrandyDavis         Professional Artist
© Feather Art by Brandy 2010-2017 All Rights Reserved - Unauthorized Duplication is Prohibited.

Smithsonian Museum Feather

 Warriors In Uniform

  On December 2, 2011 an event was held commemorating the Native Americans serving in the U.S. military since the American Revolution, and by percentage serve more than any other ethnic group in the armed forces. At this event Chuck Boers (Lipan Apache/Cherokee, pictured right on left), an Iraq War veteran and the recipient of two Bronze Stars and three Purple Heart medals presented to the Smithsonian NMAI a feather painting by Brandy Davis which commemorated the first known Pow Wow held in a combat zone.  Brandy is proud and honored to be part of this event and to have her feather painting donated and be part of the Smithsonian “National Museum of the American Indian” archive, honoring our Warriors in Uniform.

“Warriors In Uniform”

Donated to the Smithsonian (You Tube video below) “National Museum of the American Indian” NMAI To commemorate the first known Pow Wow held in a combat zone. Description: Frame 18” x 18” Feather 14” x 14” Hand painted Acrylic on 5 brown turkey feathers. The bottom of the painting is adorned with two Hawk feathers carried in the body armor of veteran Chuck Boers (pictured below on left) of the Lipan Apache Band of Texas during his Combat Missions in Fallujah.