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  1. No answer yet, but I assume the regulation US size...
  2. Uh, I'm not sure. I'll have to ask...
  3. Hello everyone, I’ve got a request. A guy from work is trying to determine what medal is ribbon is for. He wrote “The guy who wore it was a US military officer in the 50s who did a deployment to Turkey.” Seeing if anyone has any ideas. Thanks for the help...
  4. Hello I recently moved to Northern Italy, near Venice, and seeing if there are any Italian based collectors here on the forum and where to buy. Also if there are any reenacting groups in this area. Thanks...
  5. I sent or hand carried back a number of different soda cans, both empty and full, from both Iraq and Afghanistan. I wonder what the issue was.
  6. Here is a photo from 2013 of a Solider from the 327th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division during their Afghanistan deployment wearing the new combat pants in the multicam pattern.
  7. Nice pair of rare ACU test pattern combat pants. These were designed as a updated and more robust combat pant for units fighting in Afghanistan. They were tested in training by units of the 75th Ranger Regiment and a unit from the West Virginia National Guard in early 2009. Combat tests were conducted by units of the 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division in Afghanistan. From an article I have, around 3,000 pair of the test combat pants were produced by Crye Precision LLC for the test. This pattern was of course adopted as the US Army combat pant, but now produce
  8. Very nice mannequins, where do you get the glass eyes though?
  9. I too got the set offered on eBay...helmet cover and gear. As far as wear I think it is only attached to the IOTV vest, and can not worn individually on a belt. I would like to get the entire set up but these are the only pieces I have been able to locate. Here is a photo from the net of items and their locations...
  10. Wow what an outstanding collection cavcon!
  11. Here are a couple 101st Airborne 1970s blue berets in my collection.
  12. Here are a few photos from the Pratt 101st Airborne museum at Ft Campbell, Kentucky showing a couple blue Berets from the 1970s (sorry for the photos, it was hard not to get the reflection in the glass). The one on the display head is from the 326th Engineer Battalion.
  13. bryang the bag looks to me like a military radio equipment bag CW-206/GR for used for 1950's AN/VRC radios, see attachment. I don't know if they ever jumped with them though?
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