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  1. For several years, the 48th Infantry Brigade of the Georgia Army National Guard was the roundout brigade for the 24th Infantry Division. The first photo is from 1983 and shows the soldier on the left wearing the 24th SSI on the right pocket of his OG-107 fatigues while the soldier on the right is wearing the 48th SSI on his BDU's.



    That is interesting.I was with the 27th BDE when it was a round out for the 10th MTN. But we wore the 10th MTN on our sleeve and not the 27th BDE

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    Members of Port Security Unit 3, USCGR, plant sonobuoys from a Boston Whaler patrol boat during Exercise GALLANT EAGLE '88, wearing the 9th District USCG shoulder patch.



    SEAMAN Dave Gugliuzza of U.S. Coast Guard Port Security Unit 302 patrols with an M-16 rifle on a Navy harbor boat during Operation Desert Shield, also wearing a 9th District USCG patch.

    Credit: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/6479956

    I have a buddy that was with the 9th PSU out of Buffalo/Oswego, N.Y.. He went with them O/S durn Desert Storm.

  3. Some items from my 1st day.

    Those small Marine marksman badges are a first me. No markings but screw back.

    I've akways wanted the AVG book. Lists those Killed and the back has a roster off all members.

    The explosive handler badge is very unusual. I've had a couple of advanced collectors tell me that they think it may be silver. Looks to be from the late forties.Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image


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