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  1. As soon as I figure out the upload I'll put some things on. regards, Bob Frey
  2. My wife and I were both involved in the CIVPOL mission to IRAQ and other UN missions working with the US State Department thru DYNCORPS corporation. They were issued a mix of US field uniforms plus a lot of civilian purchased gear from various sources. ALOT of money was spent on this project and we lost some along the way to enemy action. I will try to post a photo of the badge and dog tags but It's bin awhile since I have done this so it may take a few attempts. regards, Bob Frey
  3. A recent thrift store find along with some other militaria. A Quality made CHILDS HELMET with a black cloth liner and a leather chin strap. The chin strap looks similar to the type found on the standard WWI helmet, and is attached by a copper rivet. A hand painted Marine Corps Eagle, Globe, & Anchor is on the front. Overall condtion except for some small dents is VG++. There are NO makers markings on this piece Not my area of collecting but I thought it was neat. I will probably dispose of it in the near future. regards, Bob Frey
  4. Thank you for your response. regards, Bob Frey
  5. That particular style of label is for an MA-1 made just for the civilian market and does not have any date information. Sir, The following is from APLHA's website regarding their MILSPEC jackets. They do not mention anything about a label without the 3 LINES as being made for the civilian market? thanks, Bob Frey When Alpha Industries received a military contract and that contract was fulfilled, “surplus” materials were always left over. In order to use these materials and keep our factories operating, we continued to make jackets following the strict military specification
  6. I need the year of manufacture from this MA-1 ALPHA label. I can readily ID those with DSA, DLA, and some others but this type is a mystery as to which numbers on the label apply to the manf. year. Any help will be appreciated. regards, Bob Frey
  8. Just got a large group of Posters from the estate of a Boeing executive. These are teriffic for a AH 64 Apache collector or unit historians. Every one relates to the AH 64 and the unit that flew it !! I BELIEVE BOEING HAD THEM MADE TO GIVE TO THE VARIOUS UNITS THAT ARE DEPICTED. I am offering them to whoever may be interested, so if you are make an offer. There are 39 of them. I believe 3 are duplicates but good for trading. Size is 24 by 18 or slightly larger. VERY NICE display size as it's not to large Almost all show the unit identification and the distinctive unit
  9. Thank you. I appreciate your response. Bob Frey RFREY@SHENTEL.NET
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