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  1. Anybody know where I can find a place that sells the brass (ore even zinc) pistol belt buckles? I'm also interested in the 1974 ball type buckle as well. I've scoured ebay, but don't really want the whole belt, although I'd be interested in any old chewed-up belts just for the hardware. I picked up a sizeable length of modern vertical weave OD belt material and would like to find a nice buckle to make a belt.
  2. Thanks for the info guys, I had never seen an A-2 before and the fact that it's so heavy and bulky, plus the fact that there are no zippers makes me wonder if it's a casualty warming bag, whatever. Does anyone know if this can be used in conjunction with the M-1936 officer's bedroll?
  3. Picked up a WW2 A-2 sleeping bag for $12.00 today. I've never seen a bag like it. Large enough for two people to easily fit inside, with no zippers just snaps. It spreads out like a down comforter with an od wool blanket liner that snaps inside. Exterior of bag is dirty in places, and looks like it's got signs of bird crap on it in a couple places. Interior is fine, and all snaps are intact. Liner is moth eaten in several places but all in one piece. the tag in the corner reads; Type A-2 Sleeping Bag...Property of Air Force, US Army You fold one half over the other and snap it up, thing weigh
  4. I have a pouch similar to this one and it's a compass pouch
  5. I never said my mother was an officer, sorry for the misunderstanding, she was discharged as a Seaman first class. I was pretty sure she was punished, since WAVES were "expendable" pilots were not.
  6. Recently my mother passed away and as we were going through her papers, I came across her discharge from the WAVES in WW2. She had told me about being in the WAVES and we have her dress uniform with the white hat and blue brim along with the gray seersucker work uniform. In looking over her discharge as well as letters home to her parents several interesting items emerged. She enlisted in May of 1944 but was discharged January 3rd of 1945...Six months total service, however what she revealed in her letters interested us even more. She took her basic in the Bronx at Hunter College, then went t
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