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Hi all,

 

Acquired an M1 helmet that had some unique characteristics so while researching, I stumbled upon on M2 thread here on this website.  Needless to say, it was an treasure trove of information.

 

That all being said, I'm a member of round canopy parachute team that does airshow and commemorative parachute jumps such as the Normandy anniversary, Market-Garden and occasionally Varsity. Since the focus was initially on WWII paratroopers (since branched out a little bit), it was natural that I became even more interested in the equipment they used.

 

In the end, I've ended up with several helmets and other little knick knacks. Thanks for letting me be a part and I look forward to reading.  

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Hi guys great website! I am the grandson of Pvt. Cosimo Cordi of the 27 th Division 106 th Infantry Company D .He joined the NY Guard at 15 years old in 1917. He survived a gas attack and was credited with 4 battles in WW1. He passed away in 1993 and I would like to share some of my things I collected of the 27 th to honor him.Thanks

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