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  1. I am afraid I am not the owner of that picture...I found in the web....
  2. An interesting picture...don' t you think??? Triangle cuff on left arm!!!!
  3. Allan, your explanation has been truly clarifying...thanks a lot!!!!
  4. Yes...you are right Watkins...I don't think so...I just curious about the fact of see reversed patches...
  5. Really? As Bearmon said, I only have seen another in this forum...a weather reversed one... http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/115919-aaf-cuff-specialty-patches/ Do you know if the reversed patches were sewn on the left arm...?
  6. Hello! I have this usaaf patch (armament specialist) and I was wonder if it's correct...I think these triangles were on the right arm facing to the left...but this one is facing to the right...do you know the reason? Thanks for your help!
  7. So it is posible to be in branch colour, not just in white backing! thanks for your help!!!!!
  8. Hello! Someone can identify this viking DUI? Maybe an artillery unit (because of the red backing) thanks a lot!
  9. No...I am afraid there is not any markings...just this tag inside...
  10. Maybe something similar to this topic? http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/223188-50s-era-collar-discs/ I mean...the plastic backing in the branch colour...
  11. Hello there! I have seen this interesting topic about ranks plastic backing: http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/206324-matching-pair-meyer-carded-white-plastic-backing-with-subdued-rank-on-e-bay/ but I have a black beret with a subdued rank with a plastic backing that is not white...it is yellow... ls that some version (cavalry) of the white one?? or just a fake???
  12. Wow...I love to come here! Now it is all clear!!! Thanks lot!!!
  13. But I have seen a green model with a different stock number (stock 74-G-76-35) and different type (Type III) , and I have notice that these stocks have a white and blue strap instead the green or tan straps they usually had, so I was wondering...is that a stock for civilian market or what? Type III Usual green or tan strap Strange blue and white strap Another question: As I read here, this model was made only in 1.943, and after this year the Army change for the M-1944 goggles (more easy in materials and construction)...but I have seen a lot of M-1943 goggles dated in 1944...So, could these models be for civilian use...or the Amercian Optical made as well for the army in 1944??? Dated in 1944 And the last question...I have seen that only the clear lenses model have military especifications on the package...Someone knows why??? In type I goggles we can read "for use by Military personnel", but in the type II, type III and type E-1 nothing is wrote about military use.. Thanks for all and sorry for so many questions!!
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