"THE SKYPECK FAMILY TRUST" is the manager for Mr. George L.Skypeck's artistic endeavors and activities related to his unique military/veteran commemorative artwork.
ALL Mr. Skypeck's artwork, and these pages in this website are copyright(17USC) and U.S.Trademark (15 USC and 28 USC) protected by U.S. and International laws regarding
these protections. No reproduction of any works is allowed whatsoever to protect the meaning and value of these works.,
Any questions related to MR.SKYPECK'S works should be addressed to:
The Skypeck Family Trust. (EMAIL):
George L.Skypeck,RegTm
Military Commemorative Artist &
Combat Disabled Veteran. This is
home of the world famous poem
"SOLDIER" by the artist.
Mr.Skypeck's famous painting on loan to Arlington National Cemetery since 12/01 when it was
created and has been updated with events and units in the GWOT since then. "Assured Victory..A
09-11-2001 & War On Terrorism Memorial"
The "late actor" John Wayne with artist during Wayne's arrival
Harvard University's "Hasty Pudding Club". The artist, then an
Army Captain created and carried out Wayne's arrival into the
Square atop an M-113 armored personnel carrier(APC) from the
187th Infantry Brigade(Reserve) to the surprise of the President
and Secretary of Defense..At the time, Captain Skypeck was on
medical-hold for his lingering wounds and illnesses from the
numerous combat tours he had in Vietnam. The international
world press covered the event worldwide. (Above)
Artist is a  Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, AMVETS,  Military Order of the Purple Heart, American
Legion, AFIO, an ARTIST MEMBER of the famous SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS. And has received numerous awards from them and other
organizations, agencies and governments  for his military and veteran commemorative artworks, besides his many military decorations.
"Remember America, the Price of Freedom has always been
paid for  by those who have enjoyed its fruits the least but
cherished its meaning the most." (GLS)
John Wayne arriving on M-113 at Harvard
Square event 1974. (Above)
Artist in Vietnam 1967-68 with FAC O-1E
Birdog plane. (Above)
Nurses from the 3rd Field Hospital in 19667-68
when artist was there as patient. (Above)
Artist reading his famous poem "Soldier" at
Memorial Day ceremonies at Arlington
National Cemetery, 1988. (Above)
(Left) Artist updating for events in Iraq and
Afghanistan Wars his loaned "Medal of Honor
09-11-2001 & War On Terrorism Memorial"
paintings at Arlington National Cemetery's
Visitors' Center (for over 11 years now!)
"Nobody Forgets A Medic"
(Above) Pictures of the grave of an Italian
"SOLDIER" inscribed on it in Italian because
he thought so much of the meaning of
"Merry Christmas and Happy New Year"