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  1. Thanks for the insights. Do you find that the green vat dying was more common in the ETO or the Pacific?
  2. In the absence of a surviving label inside, is there a way to tell WW2 (1945 and earlier) army service dress trousers from those prodiced in 1946 and after? Are there differences in pockets etc? Thanks.
  3. Thanks a lot. Is it unusual for it not to have a maker or date? Does it look original to you? Thank you again.
  4. I am not extremely well-versed in Vietnam gear so was wondering if anyone could fill me in about this Flak jacket? Appears to be an M-1955 but I am not sure what pattern etc? I also don't see a maker or year of manufacture. Appears to be made of a kind of Nylon-like material, I would guess. Any info would be helpful;. Thanks.
  5. Anyone know what unit this is? Thank you
  6. Thanks much for the information. Do you think the application of the green dye was likely period done? have you seen other examples like this on M-1923 packs? Thanks again
  7. Was the 29th Engineer Bn part of the 25th infantry Divison in WW2?
  8. Can anyone help me ID this field pack and the unit stenciled on it? It appears to be a M-1910 us army pack that has been dyed green and has a stenciled unit which looks like: H & S Co. 103 ENG (cannot make out the first digit, may not be a one). There is also a large 65 to the right of the stencil and the customary large US on the outside of the flap. What do you think?
  9. I am having difficulty identifying these DI pins. Can you help?
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