The T-Walls of Kuwait and Iraq
A Bremer wall is a twelve-foot-high (3.7 m) portable, steel-reinforced concrete wall used for blast protection throughout Iraq and Afghanistan. These T-shaped walls were originally developed by the Israelis in the Israeli West Bank barrier. The term "T-wall" is commonly used by soldiers throughout Iraq and Afghanistan, due to their cross-sectional shape resembling an inverted letter T. Variations include the 1 meter tall Jersey barrier, the 12-foot (3.7 m) tall intermediate-sized "Texas" barriers and the largest 6 meter Alaska Barriers. Unlike the Jersey barrier which has sloped-sides at the base, the Texas and Alaska barriers have a rectangular ledge used as a bench for sitting.
When given a blank canvas, an artist paints. When troops are given a blank gray concrete wall, unit insignia appears. This insignia is the subject of the book we will be selling on this website.
The books have arrived and you can order then now, just go to the My Shopping Cart page. Enjoy a few of the pictures from this book, which will contain many more higher quality images. Please read the book's dedication by Chaplain (Colonel) Craig N. Wiley, United States Army