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paul kennedy

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  1. It's a nice British Brodie helmet. These were used by US forces also, however the british helmets also used a gravel texture, so I don't know there is any way to tell where this was used.
  2. Thank you so much! That was more information than I expected.
  3. I found this in an antique store today, and am intrigued by the traces of a circular patch on the front of the cap. I understand airborne officers had a circular patch in this spot. Were there any other units that had them also? The inside is named Collins and I believe 0-114294 on one side, and L.C. on the other. Any help or opinions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  4. Wow! I wish I could find stuff like that walking my dog. Nice save!
  5. Thank you for the information. I'll be watching.
  6. Welcome! This is a great forum.
  7. I believe that could be pantagraph naming from WWII
  8. I'm not an expert, but I believe this is okay.
  9. Since this photo is from 1953, these would be replacements, I presume?
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