FRISCAN Posted June 26, 2008 Share #1 Posted June 26, 2008 Evening Gentlemen, Tonight I'm going to bring you one of my most recent impressions I've been working on. This impression is of little known and under represented U.S. 5307th Composite Unit(Provisional) a.k.a. "Merrill's Marauders"... My objective with this impression is to eventually cover all facets of the 5307th from February 1944 to January 1945 when they returned stateside. Right now I've only got the combat look set up so here ya go... Frontal View ~ Rear View ~ Stopped For The Evening ~ Scouting (1) ~ Scouting (2) ~ Scouting (3) ~ On the move in the heat of the Burmese jungle (1) ~ Stopped on a trail (1) ~ Stopped on a trail (2) ~ Impression is made up of the following: Original: 1st Pattern Herringbone Twill, Working Man's Cap "Daisy Mae"(Original) M-1 Fixed bail Helmet w/ 2nd Pattern Hawley Liner(Original) 1st Pattern Herringbone Twill, Working Man's Jacket(Original) M-1937 Field Service Trousers(Original) M-1938 Service Leggings, Dismounted(Original) M-1928 Haversack w/ contents and "Meat Can" contents(Original) M-1923 Cartridge Belt w/ Duel Canteens, Cups, and Covers, also M-1942 First Aid Pouch w/ kit(Original) U.S. Rifle Caliber .30 M-1(Original) Reproduction: 1st Pattern Herringbone Twill, Working Man's Trousers(WWII Impressions) OD Tank Top Undershirt(At The Front) Cushioned Sole Socks(WWII Impressions) Type I Service Shoes(WWII Impressions) Trouser Belt w/ Open Faced Buckle(WWII Impressions) M-1910 E-Tool("T" Handle Shovel)(At The Front) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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