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  1. That's a great model you have there. Here is my daughter wearing one of my finds. It fit her so well, i let her keep it.
  2. Cut down Ike Jackets. The jacket on the far right is a woman, officers jacket. The hidden buttons look like what you would see on a battledress jacket.
  3. The closet in our bedroom is for my long coats. One of the kids rooms has been re-designated my military room. There can be roving displays, just about any where. I only wish i could find a way to evict Tammy from the hall way closet, but this could be a declaration of war.
  4. My 1st pattern mackinaws. The one on the far left has some wooden buttons. I wonder if it is much older than the rest.
  5. Here is an M41 field jacket that i have had for a while. It has a name tag for Nina S Taylor. I have not been able to find anything on her. Thoughts, opinions and help are much appreciated.
  6. I was told that this is WWII, but I honestly don't know.
  7. I'm with you on that. I don't re-enact, but have worn my jackets out many times. It's finally an advantage to be 5'7" and 145 lbs. Finding original WWII uniforms to wear is much easier.
  8. In this photo Dad is on the far right. In this one, Dad is on the left with an unknown paratrooper.
  9. That one is a personal favorite of mine. It was given to me by a family member. Merle Mankey would later go on to serve with the 11th Airborne Division.
  10. Here is the one that i made for my son Imran. I displayed it while he was serving in Afghanistan. The components are all individually cut pieces, and are also on the reverse . I gave it to him when was discharged. We are very proud of him.
  11. Nice group. I especially like the one with the names. Do you know what communities these came from ?
  12. Here's some of my Marine Corps jackets.
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