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    NW Ohio
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    37th Infantry Division 1917-1968 and current 37th IBCT items. DE 746 USS Hemminger items
    VietNam Special Forces items Berets & DUIs in particular
    46th Co. SF Thailand items

    See my FB sales page:


    ...and FB beret page:


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  1. Theres a topic on these already here on the forum. I havent time to find it though. Has some great pics of these being worn as well. I think these came in Sand, Green OD and maybe Grey? I have one with all the extras for sale in the sale section
  2. Finally.....a shovel cover. Found this on FB outta Canada. Looks un issued. Now for a Compass Pouch. I think thats the last piece Im looking for? Anyone have a spare? ;)
  3. What is this Primus Bello design you speak of?
  4. I agree that the non skulled with Fat handle dagger is much harder to find. If this is a type 3, what is a type 2, assuming that the dueling skulls is a type 1. Ive always considered this a type 2? Thanks
  5. Thanks Brian. I'm having fun with it. I'll have something Tuesday you'll want to see.
  6. Heres a pic with the Priests collar that was my Father in Laws. Not sure if these would ever have been worn in the Military but thought it made for a nice picture. Also beret is not his, not even sure what Group(s) he served with yet.
  7. I've been vacillating over this on Ebay for quite awhile, and as the seller was going to be at the SOS, I asked him to bring it along. I wanted to see it in person and see what else he could say regarding this mans history. I dont collect Chaplain items but I do have both WW1 & WW2 Chaplain groups, both IDd to the 37th Division. I thought as I now collect Special Forces items this would fill a nice spot in both. I will begin my research ASAP. All I know about Father Arthur P. Craig (Major) is that he is possibly still living in the Southwest U.S. at the age of 91. Anyone that
  8. I'm resurrecting an old topic here with a twist, of sorts.... Denmark made berets, but I'm wondering what time frame? All I have seen are quilted liners with their name inside including a Zip Code, which would date them to not earlier than 1967....ish I collect US Vietnam era berets and have never seen a legit VN era DENMARK Military beret. When would these have started to be worn by US Forces?
  9. BTW Ive started a Face Book page for discussion & sales of Vietnam era berets, 1950-1975. All countries that committed forces are welcome to be posted. https://www.facebook.com/groups/3141377419246582/
  10. I saw someone else displaying their berets just tossed on the ground and I liked the look, so I decided to photograph mine the same way.
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