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Arvn officers wearing a mixed bag of uniforms.

I like the mix and match that acceptable in the field with the Airborne smock worn mis matched.

This continued as a fashion trend throughout the war.

Bulletproof 1st pattern being worn by all, identified with its sheen and lush tones in black and white pictures.

Helmet nets also worn.

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I was cleaning up and found this patrol cap in a garage stash that I forgot about.

Haven’t seen this one in years and thought I lost it.

Made from cut up shirts and stamped M for medium.

I also have seen this cut from the Erdl cloth.

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