Photo: WELCOME HOME SOLDIER By Eli Wright.  Print date unknown.   "Combat Paper was a group of brother- and sister-veterans that were waiting to listen and to tell me their stories and to share them together." http://to.pbs.org/IoY52r
Photo: STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE By Chris Arendt,  Former soldier.  Print date unknown.  Arendt was stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. http://to.pbs.org/IoY52r
Photo: HOW TO MAKE COMBAT PAPER By Chris Arendt.  Print date unknown.   "The ripping the tearing of the seams, breaking down into something new ... (there's) so much information and experience in that uniform. ... You reclaim those experiences by reconstituting it, remaking it into paper," said Keefe of the paper-making process. http://to.pbs.org/IoY52r
Photo: PACEM IN TERRIS By Walt Nygard,  Former Marine Printed in December.   Nygard, who served in Vietnam, printed this linoleum block cut as part of a Veterans for Peace holiday party advertisement. http://to.pbs.org/IoY52r
Photo: COMBAT PAPER ADVERTISEMENT By Eli Wright and David Keefe.  Printed in October.   The Combat Paper Project directors hope that from their home base at the Printmaking Center of New Jersey they can eventually outfit a decommissioned military medic wagon as a mobile studio to take paper-making workshops wherever they are needed. This flier was created to advertise a workshop. http://to.pbs.org/IoY52r
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HOW TO MAKE COMBAT PAPER By Chris Arendt. Print date unknown. "The ripping the tearing of the seams, breaking down into something new ... (there's) so much information and experience in that uniform. ... You reclaim those experiences by reconstituting it, remaking it into paper," said Keefe of the paper-making process. http://to.pbs.org/IoY52r
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