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  1. Thank you very much for your reply’s and taking the time to look at these helmets and evaluate the graffiti. Thank you sincerely to those who have served!
  2. I was also wondering what “NORS” stood for. I believe it to be short for a last name like “Norsworthy”, but any help on this would be appreciated. Thank you everyone.
  3. I can see what you’re saying; however, the ink appears bolder in the pictures. I also noticed the way that it has faded around the edges suggests to me that it’s been there awhile. I’m also looking at the fading on the rest of the cover, which is quite crisp as well. In the end, I suppose it’s a guessing game, unless you personally know the individual that applied it! Thank you nonetheless, I sincerely appreciate your input!
  4. Hello, I have two Vietnam M-1 helmets, and I wanted to reach out to get impressions on the graffiti on the covers. The date on one cannot be read, and the date on the headliner of the other is Oct 72. Any thoughts on the legitimacy of the in-country graffiti? Neither helmet came with any history when acquired. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
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