In 2002 the local chapter of the 82nd Airborne Association asked Judith to design a sculpture for a possible Air Force/ Airborne memorial exhibit at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia - a short distance from Roanoke.  The result was “Let’s Go!”, an action snapshot in which paratroopers have just landed and are preparing to move out to engage the enemy. 

The maquette design was met with enthusiasm by the veterans.  Unfortunately, the national 82nd Airborne Association did not follow through and the funds were never raised.

Above is a photo rendering of how the full-size sculpture would have looked in place at the D-Day Memorial. Below is a broader rendering, showing the sculpture (right) with a C-47 drop plane in the background.

 "Aim High" | "Taking Judy for a Walk" | "Hokie Bird" |"Joyfully" | "Let's Go" | "Pallet Research"




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