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September 30, 2018

One of Brummett Echohawk's closest friends and brother-in-arms from the war was, Medal of Honor recipient and, Muscogee (Creek) Indian, Ernest Childers. On September 22, 1943 near Oliveto, Italy, Childers committed numerous courageous acts that resulted in him becoming...

July 30, 2018

   

The wounded medic in the above sketch is Jimmy English. Shot by a sniper through the face at Anzio in the attack on "The Factory". PFC Robert Brooks Jackson, known to others in his squad as B A R Bob, (Browning Automatic Rifle) saved Jimmy's life. Jackson rescu...

May 31, 2016

Our Director, Mark Ellenbarger, recently sat down with Quarter Horse News art director, Holly Tarquino to discuss Brummett Echohawk's wartime work and The Brummett Echohawk Project, read more here

Discussed were topics relating to Echohawk's postwar work as...

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