On this website I will not only show you some photos of helicopters and emergency vehicles that I have taken during trips around the world, but I will also take you into the story of two allied soldiers whose graves I have adopted (in Margraten and Venray).
You will also find an overview of my collection of police (law enforcement) patches on this website
Since my youth I have been interested in aviation and in particular helicopters. During my travels through Europe and far beyond I have photographed many different helicopters.
Through this website I share a small part of my now enormous photo collection.
EMERGENCY VEHICLES PHOTOGRAPHY
Working in the emergency services, I am always very interested in the work and vehicles of my fellow emergency services workers during my travels. I like to take the time to photograph the vehicles of my (foreign) colleagues.
Click on the picture for more photographs.
MY ADOPTED WARGRAVES
Charles Virgil Richey
Staff Sergeant Charles Virgil Richey was killed on August 12 1943 when his B-17 bomber was shot down over Germany. Richey is buried in the American Military Cemetery in Margraten. Click on the photo for more information.
Major Samuel Marsland Ginn
Major Samuel Marsland Ginn was killed on December 3, 1943 in Blerick (The Netherlands) and is buried in the Venray War Cemetery. For more information click on the picture.