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SGT Burnette DCU. Interesting Velcro pocket modification on only the lower 2 hip pockets.

 

 

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It's nice to see this desert uniform tread revived, those are some great DCUs and DBDU. Patched DBDUs with name tapes seam to be getting harder and harde to find.


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It's nice to see this desert uniform tread revived, those are some great DCUs and DBDU. Patched DBDUs with name tapes seam to be getting harder and harde to find.

 

Agreed! I have been looking for a patched DBDU (with a CIB) for a long time, they just aren't out there.

 


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Secretary, Arizona Chapter, The Orders and Medals Research Society
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Here are a few that I have found recently though,

First a DBDU with tapes and 82nd ABN SSI & Ranger tab.

 

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Second up is a 10th Mountain DCU - the CIB and 10th MTN SSI are theater made.

 

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Lastly, a 101st DCU with patched out in green - probably early OEF.

 

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ASMIC Member #5364, OVMS Member #11939
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Picked up this 25th ID modified uniform at the flea market for a lieutenant with the Air Defense Artillery. Interesting use of Velcro for all pockets and front closure.

 

 

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Nice top. I'm starting to learn that modified DCUs to conventional units are not that easy to come by.


Semper Fi

Jeff

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Really nice DCU!


Looking for a Vietnamese made 267th Cable Construction "Snakemen" patch and DI & Theatre Made Hand Guided Patches from ODS to Present Day as well as embroidered boonies/ uniforms

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That 25th is cool, I think I have a DCU with the same green veclro.


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1990 dated Desert Storm US Navy Seabees 6 color. Tapes and embroidered Seabee appear to be theatre made, possible patch too.

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Looking for 41st INF. And older IDF Helmet, gear, insignia.


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More:

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"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil, is that good men do nothing." Edmund Burke



Looking for 41st INF. And older IDF Helmet, gear, insignia.


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More:

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"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil, is that good men do nothing." Edmund Burke



Looking for 41st INF. And older IDF Helmet, gear, insignia.


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Air Force vet who served in Vietnam and Desert Storm with distinguished rifleman badge

 

 

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Here are the only ones that I have left; The rest were cut up into a quilt for my middle child

 

theater made CIBs, Ghost 1st Cav Div patches under 4th ID, and accompanying respective combat patches.  Got when I came home worn all of my second deployment.

 

we were not allowed to wear boonies unless they were cut down; which you see.

 

 

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