Links

Click the link below to go to the Dick Kramer Police One video interview

Police One Link to video . . . The Art of Dick Kramer


This is an interview with Dick Kramer released on January 26, 2009Dave Smith of Police One interviews Dick at TREXPO EAST 2008. During the interview Dave explores the history and motivation behind Dick and his legendary law enforcement oriented art. 


 

 
NEW OFFERING . . . CHALLENGE COINS WITH DICK's ARTWORK

In a marketing agreement with Gray Water Ops, LLC; they will be offering a series of coins featuring ick's Artwork. The first of the series are available now with others to follow. Click on this link to view the coins. . .
http://graywaterops.com 
Click "COIN STORE" to view the coins



Dick (AKA Donald Kramer) has an extensive collection of artwork on the United States Air Force Art Collection site. The link below will take you to the site. You will first see a short biographical sketch on Dick. Scroll down and you will see the collection number and work title. Click on the RED COLLECTION NUMBER to go the individual piece of art. 

Click link below to go to the USAF Art Collection site . . .

http://www.afapo.hq.af.mil/Presentation/common/artistsdetail.cfm?Letter=K&value=350



Click this link to go to www.kramermultimedia.com

This is the web site of Dick and Ginny Kramer's son, Steve Kramer. Steve is a freelance videographer and the site displays some of his creative work and contact information.




 



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This website is dedicated to Special Operations Forces (SOF) of the past, present, and future. The site is owned, operated, and maintained by former special operations personnel. A not-for-profit site.