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Here's my WW2 USMC shelter half(43 dated). Not sure what it means but if anyone knows that would be great if they could let me know(Im assuming that Frays is the Marines last name).

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Hello,

 

another UNIS marked item ... this very nice camo shelter half, id'd to a member of Co."F" 2nd Bn 26th Marines.

 

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I go it from a forum member, with some other Id'd items.

 

Regards, E

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Here a Marines 2nd Division Navy deck jacket marked to a Amphibs Assault Boat division (okinawa) this was posted before.

 

Craig

 

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Here is an interesting one! P41 coat for field artillery, 14th Marines, 4th Div, I believe pre-UNIS tac marking times??

 

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Unknown radio set made by Link.

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Gene Williams was an artillery observer on Iwo Jima.

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Coveralls.

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Superb items Robinb....never seen a marked mortar ammo bag, and I love the promotion to Captain on the P41 shirt!....just great!

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My UNIS marked trousers named to William E. Wheeler, HQ Co, 1st Bat., 23rd Marines, 4th Div.

According to the USMC casualty cards, he was wounded at Tinian, on June 15, 1944.

 

Any further info about him are welcome.

 

Dan.

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My UNIS marked trousers named to William E. Wheeler, HQ Co, 1st Bat., 23rd Marines, 4th Div.

According to the USMC casualty cards, he was wounded at Tinian, on June 15, 1944.

 

Any further info about him are welcome.

 

Dan.

 

My mistake. It was at Saipan not Tinian.

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UNIS marked m1941 Haversack. Its missing a couple rivets, and the top bed-roll strap has been removed and turned into a carrying handle.

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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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Fantastic..one of the best I have seen.

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I'm not sure if this is the correct place to post this, because I am not %100 sure if this is a UNIS marking or not. I haven't got a clue as to what the symbol painted on the back means. Any ideas?

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