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Edelweisse

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  1. Would you pls post a Close up of a button...and any labels inside?
  2. The eagle is for a Postal visor cap...with both pins. The other items look like they go on a gorget chain...or a chain for a dagger...but unknown to me.
  3. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
  4. Hi: In early 1990s, I purchased some items from an estate auction of an 86th Infantry Div medical officer in the Boston area. In the group was a sheet of 86th ID Blackhawk decals. Years later, an individual (Perry Floyd) posted a medic helmet on the “Wehrmacht Award” forum which belonged to a medic in the 86th ID and the liner had the same decal. I was able to assist in ID’ing the soldier and providing the name and address of the soldier based upon the roster. The same address where the helmet was found. Getting back to decals....I think that they were used based upon the sheet
  5. No such NSN & the contract number is all wrong. Not real
  6. I think this.. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_War_Service_Medal
  7. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~cacunithistories/military/72nd_Artillery_CAC_1918-1919.html
  8. Sorry for your loss.... “Rest In Peace Airman!”
  9. Military Police (MP) or Military Intelligence (MI) colors.....
  10. Could be a USN CB attached to a US Army element or mission. When I deployed with the 21st TSC into Turkey during the Northern Option 2003....we had a USN CB element assist in a mission. After talking with them....they were a small stand alone detachment working supporting the mission. So the sailor could be a CB. The CBs are an outstanding and proud organization.
  11. Thank you for your comments....I’m impressed with aznation’s research....to put history/info to a piece that was named. I was impressed by the bullion eagle...that’s what caught my eye. When I held it...I told the seller that the buttons were wrong but now O know that the strap buttons were correct to the cap. All in all...nicely named piece.
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