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There's a topic on the forum for members to post their UNIS gear marked to the 1st Marine division. In this thread post all of your UNIS marked gear to any division(1 Marine Division,2 Marine Division,3 Marine Division...etc). Wasn't really sure were to post this topic because there are UNIS marked uniforms as well like P41's but P41's belong to the uniform section. So im hoping the moderators will allow members to post their UNIS marked uniforms(P41's, P42's, P44's...etc) as well in this thread. If not, oh well. Here's mine. Canteen cover and shovel cover marked to the 4th Marine Division.

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Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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Knd, that's pretty neat that both of those pieces are stenciled to the same Unit; did you buy those as a group?

 

Coat, Utility, Herringbone Twill. This Coat belonged to Cpl. William H. Barnett, 26th Marines, 5th Marine Division on Iwo Jima...

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Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Close-up of the UNIS stencil:

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Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

God's blessings in the Name of our Lord Jesus- Jim Robertson

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Name stencil on the back...

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Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

God's blessings in the Name of our Lord Jesus- Jim Robertson

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Pack, M1941, along with other stenciled pieces from the 4th Marine division, as they are displayed...

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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A more detailed shot- saddled with a '43-dated Shelter Half roll, both Packs and the Cartridge Belt are "BOYT -44-"s...

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Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Flip sides:

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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The back side of the Shovel Cover on the Pack rig:

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Back side of the Knapsack; this was stenciled upside-down...

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You have some really nice marked gear, and yes I did buy them as a group.


Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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Yeah, thought so...they both look like they were done by the same hand- very cool!! B)


Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

God's blessings in the Name of our Lord Jesus- Jim Robertson

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Anyone else?


Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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I always admire Flage guys items! Any excuse for them to be aired!

 

Here is a nicely marked M41 jacket; unfortunately not named.

 

I believe it to be a Lieutenant of the 4th Marines, 24th Infantry, 2nd Bn, E Co.

 

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Knd, that's pretty neat that both of those pieces are stenciled to the same Unit; did you buy those as a group?

 

Coat, Utility, Herringbone Twill. This Coat belonged to Cpl. William H. Barnett, 26th Marines, 5th Marine Division on Iwo Jima...

Amazing coat Flage Guy! Love it!

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Thanks very much for the kind words, McDuff :) ...and talk about fine Jackets!!!! That '41 belongs in a reference book! :blink:


Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

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God's blessings in the Name of our Lord Jesus- Jim Robertson

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That's a beautiful M41 jacket. I agree, I should be in a reference book.


Always looking for WW2 USMC militaria and WW2 Corpsman militaria. If you have any you don't want or want to sell let me know, I might be interested.

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Hello,

 

just a sample of my UNIS marked items ... I'l try to post more next week-end ;)

 

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Have a good day, E


Collecting USMC AEF 1917-18 & PTO 1941-45, US Navy PTO 1941-45.

 

Most seeked items : USMC dog tags from 1915 to 1945, USN corpsman dog tags and other identified items, USN id'd M1 helmets.



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hello

one other M41 jacket from Pvt Joseph V BUCKLEY Sr 23rd Marines - 4th Marines Division , KIA Iwo Jima march 10 1945...

 

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one other M41 jacket from Pvt Joseph V BUCKLEY Sr 23rd Marines - 4th Marines Division , KIA Iwo Jima march 10 1945...

 

olivier

Well, Olivier, it's a very interesting jacket ... the number is very unusual with only 2 digits rather than 3 :blink:

 

Perhaps was he assigned too late, as a replacement, and had no time to complete the UNIS number before going to Iwo Jima.

 

E


Collecting USMC AEF 1917-18 & PTO 1941-45, US Navy PTO 1941-45.

 

Most seeked items : USMC dog tags from 1915 to 1945, USN corpsman dog tags and other identified items, USN id'd M1 helmets.



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Here's my map case marked to the 4th Tank Bn, carried by Merle Manley on Iwo Jima. I have no idea where the F Company stamp comes in though.

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Always looking for items from these men (family members):
Even if not to buy, to know where they are would be great.
Cornelius Doherty - 108th Field Artillery, Pennsylvania NG, WWI Joseph A. Doherty - 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd ID. KIA March 3, 1944.
Harry Riley - 62nd Armored Field Artillery Bn, Died August 13, 1944. Robert Lester Mahler - I/3/24, 4th Marine Div. WIA March 8, 1945.
Thomas R. Riley - USAAF Joshua L. Doherty - With a Seabee Unit, I believe.
Ens. Alex A. Gorski, USNR - Died as a POW, January 28, 1945. Capt. Henry Gorski, USN (ret.)
Remembering their service and sacrifice.

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Hi everyone,here is my examples. Tom

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In memory of 798 Marine Raiders who were killed in action in World War II.

In memory of four U.S. Army Servicemans from 328th regiment , 26th infantry division.

THOMAS BOWMAN KIA 10/30 1944

WILLIAM Bereza KIA 12/24 1944

CHESTER MUNDELIUS KIA 3/14 1945

ALAN Milne KIA 4/8 1945

 

And when he gets to Heaven, Saint Peter he will tell: "Another Marine reporting, sir — I've served my time in Hell!"

 

 

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Additional photos. My M41 haversack. Tom

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In memory of 798 Marine Raiders who were killed in action in World War II.

In memory of four U.S. Army Servicemans from 328th regiment , 26th infantry division.

THOMAS BOWMAN KIA 10/30 1944

WILLIAM Bereza KIA 12/24 1944

CHESTER MUNDELIUS KIA 3/14 1945

ALAN Milne KIA 4/8 1945

 

And when he gets to Heaven, Saint Peter he will tell: "Another Marine reporting, sir — I've served my time in Hell!"

 

 

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