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RichiesRelics

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    5/60 (Mech) in Vietnam

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  1. I’ll take the Nuke Reactor

  2. I'm looking for more information on this First Sergeant insignia. It is made of stamped metal, screwback, and has a green painted background. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Richie
  3. I purchased these pins at a flea market, and I am having trouble identifying them. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Richie
  4. Hi Richie,

     

    What kind of pieces you looking for, I collect too.

     

    I have had spare before.

     

    Thanks

  5. These had night vision capabilities to allow observation at night. Were used in a variety of armored vehicles from what I can find.
  6. The markings in the last photo say: STUDY AND FOLLOW THE USE REGULATIONS DIAPHRAGM DO NOT ALLOW BACKLIGHT WITH BRIGHT LIGHT TVNE-4B Serial number
  7. Very nice patch! One of my relatives served as a medic with the 4th ESB, 264th Battalion, C Company in the Pacific. Thanks for sharing. Richard
  8. Hello, I recently picked up this very nice USAAF Material Command bullion patch. The seller stated that this patch is German made, is this information correct? Thanks in advance, Richard
  9. According to this book https://books.google.com/books?id=KclCL2yZVRAC&pg=PA1506&dq=nong+cot&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjywPrp6vDKAhXGJiYKHUTxBoQQ6AEIOjAC#v=onepage&q=nong%20cot&f=false, nong cot means "backbone element, hard-core supporters, activist supporter".
  10. Hello, Is this belt buckle an original or a repro? Any help is much appreciated. Thanks! Richard
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