On the way up to Ohio, I have to stop every now and then to exercise my legs and keep the blood from pooling into thrombosis. At my daughter Hannah's suggestion, we made a slight detour and stopped off at the Patton Museum at Fort Knox. Very cool. Many new displays since I was last there, including THIS one:
Two French FT-18 World War One vintage light tanks (of the type used by the American Tank Corps in 1918) were discovered in 2003 in a Kabul Afghanistan junk yard by a US Army officer from Colorado. Arrangements were made to retrieve it and it is now on display at the museum. Hannah took a picture of me with a cardboard cutout of Georgie Patton in his Great War uniform in front of it. Pictures will be posted later, including some great displays on the 26 Cavalry Regiment, Philippine Scouts.
More reports tomorrow.