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    Primary US Army patches. Secondary pretty much all other insignia, sweetheart /homefront items, psyop leaflets, OIF _ OEF patches, German Medal groupings, ROK patches. ETC Lots to trade..

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  1. USMA Airborne Detachment a little tough to see USMA SSI with Black and gold AIRBORNE tab Worn by the Detachment Commander in this 1991 photo who was also the Executive Officer of the 1st Bn 1st INF Rgt USMA
  2. you can google the type of kit it is and get a list of content. this one source I found ... check a few and verify to be sure Pouch 100% Nylon Approx. dim 5" x 5" x 2.5". NSN 6545-01-094-8412 Contents (1) Bandage NSN 6510-00-201-1755 (1) Gauze bandage NSN 6510-00-200-3180 (2) Safety Cap Bottle NSN 6510-01-365-2081 (2) First Aid Dressing NSN 6510-00-159-4883
  3. I like it, I'm guilty of it...
  4. ASMIC members already know all about the "velvet" 101st Airborne patch because there have previously been articles about similar patches in The Trading Post. These were presumably made in 1970's and were made with some excellent embroidery. However, as you can see by the photo of the little package of "patches" that includes a 15th MP Bde replica, they could not have been made before then. The material is not true velvet, but a cheaper look-alike for velvet. I have seen a few of these packaged patches sold individually - specifically the 1st Cav, SHAEF. 1st Infantry Div and th
  5. the orange and white patch has been ID in the past as JROTC North Dallas High School TX. posted in JAN -MAR 2002 ASMIC TP pg 38 and the 2nd TRB is from FT Leonard wood MO
  6. These patches were prescribed for wear on the overseas cap and lapel by enlisted members of the Texas State Guard from 1943-47
  7. It is likely a tab worn below a TCQC type patch. what unit I dont know
  8. I have almost a complete set of these. I can post the rest if interested but they don't change much except the SSI. here are 49 total in the set. The 48 states at the time and the District of Columbia which is the only one that does not have a Service Command SSI. I am missing the following 5th Service Command Kentucky West Virginia 8th Service Command Arkansas Louisiana New Mexico Oklahoma
  9. Here are a couple for UTAH and WN (Washington) with the 9th service command to give you an idea of what it looks like
  10. Pittsburgh Military Academy a Private Military Academy
  11. nice Additions reminded me of one more, A USMC patch from OIF
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