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    Posted 8 years ago

    pickypicke…
    (33 items)

    Purchased a dozen or so of these cause the price was irresistible. I cannot find why someone would have worn this pin. Its a crossed saber and arrow in a wreath. Any help with what this pin is?

    Sorry, I know I must be wearing this site out.

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    Comments

    1. racer4four racer4four, 8 years ago
      10 posts is not wearing - it's a normal day for some!!
    2. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 8 years ago
      Perhaps because it was part of their uniform.

      T A
    3. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 8 years ago
      The crossed sword and quill pen (not arrow) is the insignia of the Judge Advocate General. An Army JAG Officer would wear these on the lapels of his greens or blues dress jacket.

      Chris

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