Pin-Ups for Vets Turns 10

Chloe, Marine Veteran

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Pin-Ups for Vets, the WWI-style pin-up charity calendar that raises money for VA hospitals to purchase state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the new 2016 calendar, available for purchase now. Founder Gina Elise also organizes visits to VA and military hospitals around the country.

The 2016 edition features seventeen military veterans and the new calendar includes a few male vets alongside the women who’ve made the calendar so popular in the past. Pin-Ups For Vets Ambassadors deliver the calendars to ill and injured Veterans in VA hospitals nationwide and have personally visited with over 7,000 Veterans at 53 VA Hospitals, Military Hospitals and State Veterans Homes across the country.  The organization also ships care packages to deployed U.S. troops around the world and does morale-booting makeovers for female Veterans and military wives.

Check out some featured calendar images below. Click on any image in this post to see a full-sized version.

2016 Cover

 

 

Chloe, Marine Veteran

Chloe, Marine Veteran

Gina & Marine Veteran Max Uriarte, Creator of Terminal Lance

Gina & Marine Veteran Max Uriarte, Creator of Terminal Lance comic

Gina & Mark Valley, Actor, West Point Grad & Army Veteran

Gina & Mark Valley, Actor, West Point Grad & Army Veteran

Jennifer, Marine Veteran

Jennifer, Marine Veteran

Jovane (Marine Veteran), Vera (USAF & Navy Veteran), Jennifer (Navy Veteran), Vana (Marine Veteran), Julie (USAF Veteran), Jennifer (Navy Veteran), Dianna (Army Veteran)

Jovane (Marine Veteran), Vera (USAF & Navy Veteran), Jennifer (Navy Veteran), Vana (Marine Veteran), Julie (USAF Veteran), Jennifer (Navy Veteran), Dianna (Army Veteran)

  • LIAM

    It is nice to see class return to calendars……we need more of this!!

  • SGM Bob

    And I give this ten thumbs up!!!! Great stuiff.

  • Swamprat

    Beautiful ladies and veterans all !

  • USN Retired

    I think the writer means WWII pin-ups. I went on a ground deployment with the Army a few years ago and my Platoon received a box of “for the boys”. Classy pictures of lovely ladies!

  • KenLand

    How do I become a pin-up for women? :)

  • rsdfg

    There is so much better content on the Internet- why the Hell would I waste my money on this?

    • 12345

      “pin-up charity calendar that raises money for VA hospitals to purchase state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment,”

      Maybe that’s why?

  • guest

    This is too risque and represents women as sex objects and lust objects. It should be banned along with Playboy and Penthouse. It is also repugnant and offensive to our muslim friends.

    • 12345

      Always fun when someone has to inject politics in a light-hearted story. Thanks sunshine.

  • Deborah

    Muslim friends……where?

    • Deborah

      oh, wait, I forgot. These ladies need a veil over their faces!
      Get over it. The pictures and intent are stunning!