#i bet dum dum took this picture#dum dum always had a camera of sorts on him#he liked to tinker with it#and he liked to make memories last#when you’re six feet under all that matters is the memories you leave behind#the smithsonian’s exhibit is 76% courtesy of timothy dugan’s estate#although there are other pictures that the commandos burned#after ve day#a funeral pyre if you wish#without bodies to bury#they each had turns to keep the folded flags#both cap’s and sarge’s#and they burned those pictures#those memories didn’t belong to history#they belonged to the two of them alone#the boys knew that#and respected that#god [via ink-phoenix]
#pleaseeee#don’t do this to me#dum dum always taking pictures of the simplest things#of the coffee they’re all having in the bitter cold before the suns even out#of the way their two cos bodies always lean towards each other#of a the places they visited on leave#the bars and brothels and peaceful valleys#to look at dumdum’s photos you would’ve never known they were in a middle of a war#other than the uniforms and ever present guns#because thy were already immersed in it why make their art about it as well?#dum dum notices Steve always sketching in the mornings when they have the most downtime#always an abandoned farm they’d seen earlier or a the silhouettes and profiles of their team#and they get into a good natured argument about which is better; drawing or photography#dum dum finds this photo later#after he’s gone home to his family#sees it as the last moments the group were ever truly together#he locks it away in a box with all the rest and hands it to his wife#tells her to keep it safe and to never let him see it again#years and years later#after dum dum and his immediate family are long gone#his granddaughter donates his war effects to the smithsonian exhibit#theres a whole section dedicated to the photos dum dum took#and Steve sees it and smiles in that sad way of his because#dum dum finally got his work into a gallery#the howling commandos#dum dum Dugan#captain america: the first avenger#marvel#marvel films (via bibucks)
little soldier boy, come marching home
Take off your shirt, your tie and your hat.
Who’s strong and brave here to save the American Way?
Who vows to fight like a man for what’s right, night and day?
Who will campaign door to door for America?
Carry the flag shore to shore for America?
From Hoboken to Spokane?
The Star Spangled Man with a plan!
We can’t ignore there’s a threat and a war we must win!
Who’ll hang a noose on the goose-stepping goons from Berlin?
Who will indeed lead the call for America?
Who’ll rise or fall, give his all, for America?
Who’s here to prove that we can?
The Star Spangled Man with a plan!
Stalwart and steady and true!
(See how this guy can shoot! We tell you, there’s no substitute!)
Forceful and ready to defend the red, white, and blue!
(The red, white and blue!)
Who’ll give the Axis the sack and is smart as a fox?
(Sure as an Eagle will soar!)
Who’s makin’ Adolf afraid to step out of his bunks?
(He’s knows what we’re fighting for!)
Who’ll whip the giant attacking America?
We know it’s no one but Captain America!
Who’ll finish what they began?
Who’ll kick the Krauts to Japan?
The Star Spangled Man with a Plan!
(Who’s strong and brave here to save the American way?)
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Natalie Dormer in Captain America (2011)
The Star Spangled Man with a Plan
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