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  1. OG-107 dated 1968 from the same vet. He was with H&HC, 2nd Brigade in 1966-67.
  2. Undated OG-107 named to Air Force photographer MSgt Paul N. Hayashi, circa 1982-83. Senior Enlisted Aircrew Wings; Aerospace Audiovisual Service patch. Examples of MSgt Hayashi's work can be found on the net by Googling his name.
  3. DCU dated 1999 named to Navy SEAL PO2 This eBay find just arrived yesterday.
  4. Been thinking of pulling the trigger on this one. What are your thoughts? http://www.ebay.com/itm/130975628339?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
  5. Please tell me that I'm just hard of hearing because I don't hear any singing.
  6. My latest acquisition: A complete DCU set with book-ended 1st Cavalry Division combat patch and SSI.
  7. Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder (1982) Susan St. James and Dennis Christopher wearing 44th Medical Brigade patch Robert Englund pre Freddie Kruger with unknown medical combat patch
  8. A complete ERDL uniform dated 1969 (hat dated 1968) named to an Air Force 1st Lieutenant.
  9. Or PFC Jeffrey Dahmer, a medic with 2nd Battalion, 68th Armored Regiment, 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized). Interestingly enough, Dahmer is also believed to have committed murders in Germany while stationed there while in the Army.
  10. One of the exciting things about this hobby is identifying a uniform or a grouping to a specific individual. Yet I'm sure there are times you've researched a name and wished that you hadn't. Case in point is this BDU which I picked up at a thrift store today: 1989-Dated Woodland BDU named to COL Timothy M. Murphy, USA (ret.) At the time of his retirement from the California National Guard in 2006, COL Murphy was base commander of the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base in Southern California. In my research I discovered that he also pleaded guilty last year in federal
  11. Grandfather's Cousin: -- Lt.Cdr, Imperial Japanese Navy. He was the captain of the destroyer Amagiri which rammed PT-109 Mom's Brothers: 1. Sgt. US Air Force, 1950s 2. served in California Air National Guard during Vietnam Era Dad's Brother: -- US Army 2nd Lt. (eventually became a 1st Lt. company commander), 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, 1944-45 Dad: -- US Army PFC, radio operator, 40th Signal Company, 40th Infantry Division, Korea 1951-52 Dad's Uncle: -- US Army Warrant Officer, Intelligence Corps, Counter Intelligence Corps, WWII, Korea
  12. Not exactly a movie, TV show or documentary, but I thought I'd share this new Barbasol advert. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wweujqGL1Xo Hey buddy, it's your great-granddad here. In case you haven't noticed, I'm kinda busy fighting for your freedom in this little thing called THE SECOND WORLD WAR! But now you're using that freedom to hurl insults at celebrities on... Twitter??? Listen hashtag, if you're not going to fight like a man, at least shave like a man. Stop LOL'ing everything!
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