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  1. Great group. Saw this one floating around on eBay, glad someone here got to it.
  2. Great pick up. Those name tapes are way too cool.
  3. Glad someone tried to keep it all together. If I remember correctly, this guy served in ww2 and then re-enlisted at a later date.
  4. Interesting to see a visor cap insignia on an overseas cap.
  5. That's a great group. I saw it on eBay, glad someone from the forum snagged it.
  6. Nice looking uniform with some definite research potential. Good thing the ribbon rack was left untouched, as it would be hard to replace a unique item like that.
  7. Looks like Mexican Border Service and WW1 Victory Medal ribbons. Not sure about the middle one.
  8. Man, this guys' stuff got pretty spread out. I think some of his dress hats and some custom made coveralls are still up on eBay.
  9. I'd agree with you. It's not very collectible, but it's a nice coat at the right price.
  10. Great Find! Contacting the individual can be great sometimes, but then there's always the awkward possibility that they may ask for it back.
  11. Already scored with a fully badged and named Nam era army class A from goodwill for $8. There's still good stuff out there. Good hunting everyone.
  12. I know I'm a little late to the party, but you have a great collection. I look forward to seeing how it develops in the future.
  13. Nice group! I love Air Force groupings like this.
  14. Would the unit this patch belonged to also be with the 1501st? But I do believe that it is an Air Transport/ Military Airlift unit.
  15. Found some patches i didnt recognize on a flight jacket currently listed on ebay. Can anyone ID them? Here is a link to the jacket https://m.ebay.com/itm/USAF-1950s-type-L-2A-light-zone-flying-jacket-36-Superior-Tog-WE-DELIVER-1501st/232904776323?hash=item363a34da83:g:REEAAOSwP1hbfY-e
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