New York Army National Guard Captain Capt. Kevin Vilardo holds a pose as a World War II combat cameraman while technicians take a cast of his upper torso at Studio EIS in Brooklyn, N.Y. on Nov. 13, 2018.
(Photo courtesy National Museum of the United States Army)
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BROOKLYN-- New York Army National Guard Major (Chaplin) James Kim holds his pose as technicians apply casting material to his body at Studio EIS in Brooklyn N.Y. on Nov. 8 2018. Kim is one of six New York National Guard Soldiers who served as models for life-size figures that will be part of two exhibits at the National Museum of the United States Army when it opens in 2020. The figure Kim served as a model for is of robot operator in Afghanistan.

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