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  1. Hi, recently this rusted (dug up?) dagger was found in a pile of junk in Belgium. Might this be a known type of US WW2 used dagger? Does anyone have an idea? Kind regards and thanks for your time! Gerd
  2. Hi, I have here what seems to be a US ARMY Signal Corps generator. Can anyone confirm this? I don't know if it's still in working condition. Is this WW2 era? Or rather post WW2? Kind regards, Gerd V
  3. Thanks for the comments. The 'Inshallah Airlines' is actually being worn by US mentors who escort ANA's who transit through Kabul Airfield. I've seen it worn by US Marines and Army. The 'three star' patch is acually my Belgian captains patch I had made overhere by a local taylor. The red beret flash is an Afghan attempt at redoing my own beret flash :-)
  4. Hi, Here are some Afghan made patches I've gathered. :thumbsup:
  5. My small contribution. Not a perfect condition item, but nice to share here I think. Kind regards, Gerd
  6. Hi, Just a quick question regarding the use of the nylon type name tape and US ARMY-tape on Vietnam tropical combat shirts... From about what time were nylon tapes used? Is it logical to see a nylon name tape and ARMY tape placed horizontally on non-rip-stop tropical combat shirt. The shirt has a merrowed edged Big Red One insignia on the shoulder. All appears to be good worn and originally applied. (Meaning the shirt never had other previous insignia). I also see pin holes of a rank pin on each collar point. Kind regards, Gerd V
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