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I was contacted by a Vietnam Marine who has stage 4 cancer and wants to donate his uniforms...he was going to bring them in, but came in with this radio instead...he said he just can't let go of his uniforms yet. This is a PRC-10...complete with carrier, manual in it's envelope, handset and antenna. The battery is dead, but he said otherwise the radio works. It's just about perfect, other than the strap buckles needing a little cleaning. Everything seems to be dated 1951 - even the straps on the carrier have that date.

 

 

 

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Mark Conrad, MSgt, USAF (Ret)

"Poor is the nation that has no Heroes...shameful is the one having them that forgets."

The Miami Valley Military History Museum: http://www.mvmhm.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Miami-Valley-Military-History-Museum/111268115594349
Official Partner of the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration: www.vietnamwar50th.com
Official Partner of the United States of America World War I Centennial: www.worldwar1centennial.org

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