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MBMorley

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    Dallas, Texas U.S.A.
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    The main focus of my collection is U.S.M.C. World War One (4th Brigade AEF) and World War Two (Combat Marine and Valor Groupings) with a little sprinkling from Korea and Vietnam. Being a native Texan, I also collect World War Two 36th Division memorabilia.<br />

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  1. Thanks for all the feedback guys! Let's keep this thread going!! Anyone else have any WWII 3rd Division stuff to show off?
  2. FORT WORTH MILITARY SHOW... May 20th - 21st, 2017. Calling ALL Military enthusiasts... Jason Weigler is bringing back what was formerly known as the Fort Worth Military show... Same management, new name!! If you have any questions please let us know BUT in the meantime LIKE our page and start spreading the news!! https://www.facebook.com/Texas-Militaria-Expo-1565700187063292/
  3. Very impressive collection of 199th LIB artifacts Robby... Thanks for posting.
  4. Nice find man!! Love it when through hard work we can ID some of these old uniforms... if only they could speak!!
  5. Kadet, Nice uniform!! If ever you need to make room and sell, please let me know. Brandon
  6. Hey guys anyone with any World War II 3rd Division related artifacts please feel free to post them here... I'd love to see what you guys might have in your collections... Let's see some "Marne Division" goodies!! Brandon
  7. Here is a uniform that I recently acquired... It was purchased on Ebay from a collector who acquired it from Hollingsworth's estate in 2010. All the stars and badges are original to the uniform but I replaced his ribbons and added the Officer cap. Find a Grave Bio on General Hollingsworth. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Hollingsworth&GSfn=James&GSmn=F&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSob=n&GRid=49038305&df=all& Here is really cool raw footage of General Hollingsworth in Vietnam when he was the Assistant Regimental Commander of the
  8. Thanks guys!! I will for sure take pictures and post here of the final set up at the museum. The museum has some of Audie's uniforms, his medals and other artifacts on display, which includes the German sniper rife that he captured. Stay tuned!!
  9. Left: Thomas W. Fitzgerald - Cannon Company, 15th Regiment. Center: Robert W. Nicely - 30th Regiment. Right: 1st Lt. Edward B. Williams - 41st Field Artillery Battalion.
  10. Left: 1st Lt. Charles A. Lehmacher - 9th Field Artillery Battalion. Center: Francis A. Bebelheimer - HQ Company, 1st Battalion, 30th Regiment. Right: Joe T. Iacuzzi - Company A, 10th Engineer Battalion. Iacuzzi was awarded the Legion of Merit for this actions on May 23rd, 1944 in Italy.
  11. Left: John F. Dietz - 9th Field Artillery Battalion. Center (top): Eldon G. Hartley - Company B. 7th Regiment. Center (bottom): Frank J. Nagy - Cannon Company, 30th Regiment. Cpl. Nagy received his Bronze Star Medal for his action at the battle for the Colmar Pocket. Right: Balzar N. Bosch - 7th Regiment.
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