Soldier Statue of Liberty

This picture was taken back in 1918, using 18,000 men who were preparing for war in a training camp in Camp Dodge, in Iowa (obviously I did not take it, but I thought it was pretty amazing and wanted to share).

FACTS?
Base to  Shoulder: 150 feet
Right Arm: 340  feet
Widest part of arm holding torch: 12 1/2  feet
Right thumb: 35 feet

Thickest  part of body: 29 feet
Left hand length: 30  feet
Face: 60 feet
Nose: 21  feet
Longest spike of head piece: 70  feet
Torch and flame combined: 980  feet
Number of men in flame of torch:  12,000
Number of men in torch:  2,800
Number of men in right arm:  1,200
?
Number of  men in body, head and balance of figure only:  2,000

TOTAL MEN: 18,000

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