A few good surface grinding services pictures I discovered:
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Photomontage of Overview of the south hangar, such as B-29 “Enola Gay” and Concorde
Image by Chris Devers
Memorial to the memory of CPO (SEALS) Chris Kyle, USN, SEAL Team three
Image by The Pleased Rower
This is memorial a display of Chris Kyle’s decorations and service medals and ribbons in honor of his dedicated and loyal service to America as a Navy sniper in Iraq guarding US Marines from these who would kill them. The moving movie "American Sniper" is primarily based on his autobiography, also containing narrative from his wife Taya. He served in the Navy 1999-2009.
Chris’ biography is at this hyperlink: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Kyle
The spectacular portrait of Chris is by Kenneth E. Norton who has a web site at Deviant Art at this link: kenernest63a.deviantart.com/
The display at left has the Navy Particular Warfare Badge (SEALS) at best, also referred to has the SEAL Trident badge. On either side are the insignia of a Navy Chief Petty Officer, his rank. At the bottom of the display is the Navy Parachutist Badge. Under his portrait is the emblem of Chis’ unit, SEAL Team Three.
The very first row of medals are from left to right: The Silver Star with gold star indicating a second award (America’s third highest award for valor in combat behind the Medal of Honor and the Navy Cross) the Bronze Star with V for valor, and 4 gold stars indicating an added awards of this medal the Purple Heart with gold star for a second award the Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal with V device for bravery the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal with V device for bravery and gold star for a second award the Navy Good Conduct Medal with two bronze stars for added awards.
The second row of medals are left to right: The National Defense Service Medal the Armed Forces Expeditionary Service Meda the Irag Campaign Medal with 4 bronze stars indicating he served in five combat campaign periods the Worldwide War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal the International War on Terrorism Service Medal the Navy Expert Rifleman Marksmanship Medal with E device to indicate attainment of the highest level of accuracy the Navy Specialist Pistol Marksmanship Medal with E device.
The ribbons under the medals are not awarded as medals. Best row left to appropriate: The Navy/Marine Corps Combat Action ribbon indicating active participation in ground or surface combat the Presidential Unit Citation awarded to units of the US Armed Forces, and these of allied nations, for extraordinary heroism in action against an armed enemy the Joint Meritorious Unit Award for service with a cited joint military unit. Bottom row left to right: the Navy Unit Commendation ribbon awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to a unit of the Navy or Marine Corps which distinguished itself in action against the enemy with outstanding heroism the Navy Sea Service Deployment ribbon the Navy/Marine Corps Overseas Service ribbon.
This display was proportioned to match 11" x 17" Tabloid format.