ALL MATERIAL ON AND IN THIS WEB SITE
AND ADDRESS IS COPYRIGHT  PROTECTED
BY
GEORGE L.SKYPECK,
FIFTY YEARS AGO..in a land time forgot....Still feeling the effects of Vietnam combat HELPING AMERICA'S VETERANS AND
MILITARY BY MY ARTWORKS. Forget? NEVER!!
 I really hope and pray and wish that "real, genuine honorable veterans'
organizations(no scammers please!) support organizations, would contact the SFT to see how we can help your effort to honor our "real
patriots" with Captain(PH Vietnam disabled US ARMY Vietnam) Skypeck's artwork and prose...before it is too late!
georgeskypeckregtm@mail.com
THE SKYPECK FAMILY TRUST
Military Commemorative Legacy Art by a Combat Wounded Disabled
Veteran for Veterans and Patriots
(RIGHT PIX) Photo sent to me by the CofS Italian army of his friend, an
Italian Captain (SOG) KIA in Afghanistan fighting in NATO's
forces...Skypeck poem "Soldier" was his favorite and translated into
Italian and inscribed on carved book in marble for his gravestone.
BELOW IS A COPY OF MY COPYRIGHTED POEM "SOLDIER" IN THE OFFICIAL U.S.COPYRIGHT
OFFICE FILED AND CERTIFIED COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION BY ME IN 1978 FOR THE POEM
CREATED IN 1975 AFTER I WAS RELEASED FROM THE BOSTON VA HOSPITAL AND MY
"OUT-OF-BODY EXPERIENCE." I WILL PERSIST IN THE DEFENSE OF MY RIGHTS BECAUSE " I
BELEVE THAT
GOD IS ON MY SIDE AND MY DEFENDER FROM ALL INFRINGERS AND ABUSERS
OF "SOLDIER" BECAUSE IT WAS MY TALK WITH
HIM. HE HAS ALREADY PROVED IT MANY
TIMES SINCE MY "
VISIT TO THE "OTHER SIDE" AT THE VAMC BOSTON 1975."


(Below:Copy from official US Copyright Office records search page)

Title:             Soldier / George L. Skypeck.

Type of Material:  Visual Material

Registration Number/Date:
          VA0000015781 / 1978-12-21

Description:       Col. reproduction of pen and ink drawing.

Notes:             View of U. S. infantryman carrying rifle over shoulder.
          Includes text.

Copyright Claimant:
          George L. Skypeck

Date of Creation:  1975

Date of Publication:
          1978-11-11"
The United States of America was borne and exists today from
the many ultimate sacrifices of our Patriots. Happy Independence
Day, 4th of July 2017!