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It could !

Just takes work.

The wife wont allow it :-(

 

Im Confined to a storage locker at the moment until the new war room is built. Then ill be able to have my veranda!

"Rise and rise again until lambs become lions."

 

Always looking for ww2 USMC items, helmets and any camo'd items

 

 

"thinking outside of the box"

 

New website

 

https://combatusedmilitaria.com

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I have 3 Vietnam helmets. This is my first one. The cover is 1970 the helmet is 65-68 and the liner is dutch.

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" The war news continues to be the best ever. We're licking the tar out of the Germans and I'm a live part of it. The spirit of the boys is great and they are brimming over with confidence. These are stirring times and regardless of my personal outcome I'm glad to be a part of it."

-Lt. Robert F. Mitchell

October 6, 1918

KIA October 15, 1918

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This is my second. The cover is 1965 the helmet is 65-68 and the liner is 67. The chinstrap also has Dike written on it.

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" The war news continues to be the best ever. We're licking the tar out of the Germans and I'm a live part of it. The spirit of the boys is great and they are brimming over with confidence. These are stirring times and regardless of my personal outcome I'm glad to be a part of it."

-Lt. Robert F. Mitchell

October 6, 1918

KIA October 15, 1918

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This is my third. The cover is 74. The helmet is 1944 and the liner is 65 and has a white stripe on the top.

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" The war news continues to be the best ever. We're licking the tar out of the Germans and I'm a live part of it. The spirit of the boys is great and they are brimming over with confidence. These are stirring times and regardless of my personal outcome I'm glad to be a part of it."

-Lt. Robert F. Mitchell

October 6, 1918

KIA October 15, 1918

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