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Custer Brings the Battle to Your Desktop
8:15 AM | Brad Custer | Comment on this story

In honor of the recently observed Veteran's Day, IMG's own Brad Custer has designed this week's desktop after Aspyr's World War II-based, Battlefield 1942: Deluxe Edition.

Titled "Fleet," the desktop picture depicts a scene featuring naval ships:

Battlefield 1942: Deluxe Edition from Aspyr Media came out in June, but today seemed a fitting day to do a wallpaper for it one day after Veteran's Day. In this week's feature I wanted to pay honor to all of men and lady of our great country who have served for our freedom.
Readers interested in downloading this latest work can do so at the usual place, Custer's Desktops.

IMG Desktop: Fleet
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