The Art of War: How combat artists are capturing the soul of the Marine Corps

By Andrea Scott, editor of Marine Corps Times –

It was a hot day in the African desert with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, on a deployment to ­Djibouti, Africa. A Fox Company Marine lieutenant with 2nd Battalion, 6th Marines, stood facing thirty-some Marines as he briefed them before that day’s live-fire exercise.

Marine Capt. C.J. Baumann stood behind them. But Baumann’s weapon of the day wasn’t a firearm. It was his pencil and sketchbook.

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