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  1. Out of curiosity, what do you think would be best way to keep a jacket in such a bad shape? would you just keep/display it this way or would you consider cutting the back panel and maybe frame it?
  2. customized for a guy with a short torso and long arms?
  3. Interesting -thanks-I Just for info: the red part of the engineer patch is made out of velvet or something. could be indeed viet made. The Iran mission one seems kind of a scarce one . Can't find one like this online. Any idea of its value?
  4. I found these among a big bag of patches I recently acquired. Any idea what they are and how hold they are? The one with lion looks foreign thanks for your help...
  5. I am trying to figure out what this thing is exactly. I do not think it is 140 years old so is it a repro or something. If its the real deal how old could it be and how much would it be worth? thanks for your help.
  6. found these 3 patches in a bag of old patches and now trying to figure out what they are and how old they are I am assuming that TUSA stands for Third US army... any help appreciated Thx
  7. what would be the value of a pair of wings like that?
  8. now looking for info about Sergeant Jack Hulsey, the owner of that jacket laundry number in the jacket is faded but it could be H 3080 2 overseas stripes and 1 service stripe bullion USAAF shoulder patch that looks like it was made in the CBI theater If that can help the jacket was found in Atlanta http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/339252-sergeant-jack-hulsey-wwii-cbi/
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