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Few Army missions have lasted 70 continuous years. PS Magazine is one of them. Born in June 1951, in the midst of the Korean War, it was the brainchild of a former Soldier and cartoonist, Will Eisner, who was and remains one of the most highly-regarded practitioners of sequential art.
210604-D-JM046-001.JPG Photo By: Robert Hill

ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. - Seven decades of PS Magazine: the first issue, June 1951 (left) and its current website (right). (PS Magazine)


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