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I think this jacket was made in Thailand because the plastic buttons are exactly the same like those of my tailor made Tiger Stripe Thai Tadpole pattern suit I bought from the USAF vet. This vet was stationned in Thailand during the early 70s

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Hi

 

I enclose you a spring 1964 Task Unit 79.3.3.6 (HMM 364, Ltc John LaVoy) Da Nang UH34D set

 

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With Coverall Summer Flying MIL-C-5390F(Wep)

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Gloves flying leather Summer B3A MIL-G-9087A

Vest Flak Protective (Buaer) MIL-V-18628A

and SPH 1 Helmet

 

Best

Croc

DEAR CROC

 

ABSOLUTLY HARD FIND TAKASHIMAYA BEOGAM FLIGHT SUIT VERY DESIRABLE STUFF

I SAW ONE IN MY LIFE THE PATTERN LOOK LIKE KIFFE HUNTING CLOTHES BUT ONE SPOT(additional)DIFFER

THAN YOUR FLIGHT SUIT AT THIS DAY I JUST SEE THIS PATTERN ON TAKASHIMAYA FLIGHT SUIT

I POST MY LAST ACQUISITION I

REGARDS JEROME

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HI ,

MAYBE SOMEONE SAW THIS SHIRT ON EBAY

THE LABEL TAILOR IS

TOP MAN

910/1-2 SIYAK PF ATUNAM

I MAKE SOME RESEARCHS AND I CAN FOUND SOMETHINGS

BUT AFTER I CAN FIND IS NOT PF ATUNAM BUT PRATUNAM

I BELIVE IS A "quartier" OF BANGKOK IN THAILAND THE LETTER IS HALF GONES

ON THE LABEL

 

REGARDS JEROME

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This is not a great picture as I cropped it down from a larger one and it's a little fuzzy. This shows CPL Triana wearing his duck-hunter trouserson Hill 452 in the near the Hiep duc valley, Apr 1967.

 

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Semper fi; Bill











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old Commercial US hunting jacket that i bought in Saigon in 96.

 

as you can see it not a shirt but a proper hunter jackets, it look real old i used to wear it to drive arround on my motorbike, it did cost me 7$ at that time.

 

this jacket is not suitable for lowland Vietnam as its fairly to hoot to wear, but it s really nice for the central higlands were it can get pretty cold sometimes.

 

i m not sure when this jacket came to Vn, and for what purpose ? the zippers are marked SERVAL.

it has some fieldrepairs, done by myself because it had a big hole in the sleeve.

I actually love this jacket and still wear it some times.

Alex

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looking for Vietnamese CSDC/NPFF wartime color slides to finish a publication

looking for Khmer FANK militaria


 

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can somebody tell me if the Beogam war time shirts were only made in cotton or were some made in syntethic close, or even cotton Rip stop material??

 

would be rip stop material a distinc post war item on a beogam shirt?

 

thanks

 

Alex

 

looking for Vietnamese CSDC/NPFF wartime color slides to finish a publication

looking for Khmer FANK militaria


 

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can somebody tell me if the Beogam war time shirts were only made in cotton or were some made in syntethic close, or even cotton Rip stop material??

 

would be rip stop material a distinc post war item on a beogam shirt?

 

thanks

 

Alex

 

 

HI ALEX

 

EVERY BEOGAM STUFF HAVE GOT IN MY COLLECTION ARE MADE IN COTTON TWILL

THE RIP STOP MATERIEL FOR ME IS POST WAR MADE

 

CHEERS JEROME

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is it possible to say if it s an asian made or US made shirt, it s small size, from what i undersatnd is that this pattern is not VN war related. But i m just

curious to know if it s a normal US hunting shirt or an Asian made shirt.

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looking for Vietnamese CSDC/NPFF wartime color slides to finish a publication

looking for Khmer FANK militaria


 

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is it possible to say if it s an asian made or US made shirt, it s small size, from what i undersatnd is that this pattern is not VN war related. But i m just

curious to know if it s a normal US hunting shirt or an Asian made shirt.

 

 

ALEX

 

FOR ME IS AN US HUNTING CLOTHING BUT YOU CAN SEE ON THE PICS ONE GUY WHO S WEAR

A PATTERN LOOK LIKE SIMILAR

 

REGARDS JEROME

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DEAR COLLECTORS

 

MY LAST ACQUISITION TAILOR MADE JACKET AND PANTS NOT THE JACKET LABEL

WITH HANOI LOCALISATION AND VERY PLEASANT 1 FIRST JUNGLE CUT OF PANTS

 

CHEERS JEROME

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Hello Matt,

 

Indeed, these came from a Thai seller, quite interesting and exotic items and not too expensive. I bought you several Tiger Stripes and Pink uniform before you move from Fayetteville.

 

Cheers

 

 

 

Did you win this off EBAY? I thought I saw same type of jacket being sold out of Thailand

 

I might have a couple pieces you would be interested in

 

Matt

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Hello Matt,

 

Indeed, these came from a Thai seller, quite interesting and exotic items and not too expensive. I bought you several Tiger Stripes and Pink uniform before you move from Fayetteville.

 

Cheers

 

Ahh, I knew I would know someone on here

 

Do you still have pinks?

 

I have an "incountry made" set of Beogams, that may interest you , plus a bunch of tiger camo

 

Matt

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