Some sources for military clip art include FreeClipartNow.com, ClassroomClipart.com and PDClipart.org. As of 2015, all of these websites offer the clip art on their websites for free.
At FreeClipArtNow.com, there are more than 400 pieces of art that show a military influence. These include pictures of dog tags, bayonets, tanks, ranks and ribbons. This website sorts the various images into files, and beside each file is the number of items under that category. After a user finds a piece of clip art that he likes, he double clicks on the picture to get to the page to download it. This page includes information on the file size.
ClassroomClipart.com offers more than seven pages of military clip art. It offers pictures of tanks, jet planes, soldiers, military trucks and service men planting flags. Under each picture, there is the title of the clip art, the number of views and the size of the file. After a user clicks on the desired image, there are different file types and sizes and a button to download each item.
PDClipart.org provides more than 300 items of military clip art. Some of the items are drawings, while others are photographs of military items. Each of the pictures includes a title and the file size for download. The pictures include medals, military pins, patches, flags and images related to military holidays.