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Vietnam-Era Allbright Angle Head Flashlight?

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Picked up this up a while back. I assume it dates to the Vietnam era, possible earlier. It has no military markings but is the same style as the MX 991U flashlights. It was made by Allbright, which I have found difficult to find other examples of this era flashlight being made by them. It has a brass light switch and the inside of the spare lens cap is marked AMP 4. Anyone have one of these flashlights or know anymore about them? 

 

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Interested in items related to:

-Amarillo A.A.F. / Amarillo Air Force Base

-Military instillations located in the Texas Panhandle, South Plains, and West Texas.

-"F" Company, 142nd Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division (Texas National Guard)

-413th Civil Affairs Battalion (USAR)

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In Memoriam:

CSM Juan H. Hernandez - U.S. Army WWII, Korea, Vietnam

RM1c William C. Denney - U.S.S. McDermut (DD-677) Korea

 

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