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Aperfectghost

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  1. I think this maybe a part of flight suit or US Army Cold Weather gear, please help me ID this lined trouser pants. Its ether from the 60s Vietnam era but im not sure if its Koren war era, not sure... ~ What it has for features ~ - item has its QM Label missing but in one of the pockets its size was marked 38. - Main zip fly has a snap button, side waist zip close vents, & leg vent zips - All zippers are marked "Conmar" with a leather like pull tab attached - Front snap pockets on the thigh area - Rear snap pockets with a rear cinch - Knit Elastic on bottom of leg - Thick Insulation - Nylon fabric mix
  2. Its Lightweight with no lining or insulation present, dont cwu-36/p have around collar points, the pockets seam off after i searched the model number. Would you like more photos of the 2nd jacket?
  3. Any idea about the stenciling or markings on the back? VF-29 and VA-75 is stenciled on back, Name stencil above chest pkt
  4. 2nd US Military garment maybe a flight or deck jacket. Its features are Slash Velcro pockets, Sleeve zip pocket with pen holders, Scovill Gripper zipper, Nylon like shell & Elastic Stretch Cuffs & Waistband
  5. im not sure on what these 2 Us military garments are, please help id these Uniforms, no military labels present to identity them both are probably from Vietnam War era, information would be nice...thank you in advance - Ace The 1st appears to be a deck jacket but are unsure of the type/model, Fly closes via original buttons but missing zipper, Thick Fleece body insulation to keep warm! It has 2 slash open pockets, one snap/flap chest pocket, and Side adjust strap buckles to better fit you VF-29 and VA-75 is stenciled on back, Name stencil above chest pkt
  6. Ive got no idea if this is a military glasses, i was told by the person i purchased from it was, i hoping you folks could help me out. There is writing present on the bridge 1846? and Fu?vu? or ??2? on each side of the bridge. The rims has some designs present.
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