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Fratlanta

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  1. I think you are right Lot of information in the following thread: https://bfg-locations.editboard.com/t973-prix-leclerc-history-question maybe a team from the 52nd that year
  2. The good thing about this patch is that it is easy to date. On the other hand, I have no idea what it is exactly. My best guess is that this is a souvenir patch made specifically for a guy named "Le clerc" but I am probably wrong It is is about 4" x 6" (the patch on the right is there to give you an idea of the size)
  3. got all these helmets as part of a lot and was trying to identify and date them. Some of them are clearly not US but I'd appreciate if you guys could help Thanks
  4. any idea what this is and hold it is Thanks
  5. Trying to figure out what this is. I am not even sure this is US - It came as a part of big lot of military items I acquired recently Backpack made of the same camo pattern attached to the jacket and comes with an helmet cover- Please let me know if you have any idea what it is and how hold it is Thanks
  6. 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?
  7. customized for a guy with a short torso and long arms?
  8. 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?
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