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Posted 7 years ago


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Here are more pins from estate. I'm trying to get info on pins. Any Help ? I have been collecting military suff awile now.Some one has to cherish these medals they were given for good reasons.I'm glad they are adding more catagories.BUT ! try to list german and they deliete your pic and your story. Your not selling, And want to share. There are always other prob with german stuff.It's crazy. How are people to learn?

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  1. Paul, 7 years ago
    Each army unit has a distinctive pin that is worn on the dress uniform and in the past 10 years on the Beret. the pins you have were worn when the person who owned them was part of that unit. It seems you have already determined what units they actually are, but it would give you an idea of where in the army that person had been.
  2. Jack, 7 years ago
    The 2 unit crests on the left would indicate the person was at Ft Bragg, NC. The lapel pin on the bottom center indicates that the person was enlisted and had a chemical MOS or job specialty, perhaps as a nuclear, biological & chemical specialist. The rest of the pins I don't know about.

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