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  1. I suspect that it indicates the company to which the wearer was assigned.
  2. The appearance of the crest (with motto) suggests the New York Military Academy
  3. Hello, Has anyone ever happened to stumble across the TIOH drawing for current (3") chevrons? I'm working on recreating one in CAD for a little project but something seems off, so I'm curious to see what the drawing specifies. Thanks!
  4. I recently found several of these decals and beret flashes on eBay described as ROTC. Can anyone confirm and/or date?
  5. So... I stumbled upon this thread trying to figure out a way to mount my own medals. I tried it, but didn't like how it was pretty much hit or miss when getting my ribbon drapes to form the way they are in the pictures when the medals are hanging on them. So after some image Goggling, I figured out how I think Ultrathin and all those companies mount them and decided to attempt replicating the method. I didn't take pictures in the process, because I really did not know how this would turn out. In the end, I think it came out pretty well, so I thought I might share this. I'll let you be the judg
  6. Robert Wolf, Commanding Officer of the NY Naval Militia. He served as a Marine, but retired as a LTC, so MG would not be his USMC, but his state rank.
  7. I came by a couple of tan 445 shirts completely devoid of any insignia, and I would like to set them up for display purposes. I know that the collar insignia should be 1 inch from the edge of the collar with its vertical axis parallel to it, and that DUIs are centered on the epaulet, but is everything else the same as a modern class B shirt?
  8. Can anyone identify this patch?
  9. Not even a decent copy like Propper's or Tru-Spec's. Pretty sure this is a Chinese made repro.
  10. Whoa! 4 encampments and only a C/MSgt? He sure got around a lot. FYI: Ribbons are in the wrong order. See attachment (I know they show the modern ribbons; they are almost the same though.)
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