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    Posted 25 days ago

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    picked these up a few days ago because I like the native brave image and the price was right. Would like to know their history! Thanks for lookin! Rob

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    1. Tater, 25 days ago
      Looks like you got some picking time while you were on vacation. Interesting patches, but I know nothing about them.
    2. kwqd kwqd, 25 days ago
      98th Infantry Division and staff sergeant insignia.
    3. kwqd kwqd, 25 days ago
      Active WWI and WWII. Now a training division for recruits.
    4. bobby725 bobby725, 24 days ago
      Thanks kwqd for the help! I will edit my post from your info.
    5. bobby725 bobby725, 24 days ago
      Thanks tater,
      and Thomas for stopping by!!!!!
    6. scottvez scottvez, 24 days ago
      98th Division, but patches are more modern than VN-- they date from the BDU era and beyond.

      The rank on the shoulder tab is for a Sergeant First Class (SFC or E-7). A SSG has only one rocker.

      Also, the 98th Division is a RESERVE unit. When mobilized, they typically are used to train initial entry soldiers.

      Post 911, they were mobilized and actually trained Iraqi soldiers in theater.

    7. bobby725 bobby725, 24 days ago
      Thanks Scottvez for the info! will change title, found viet nam era in a search and took it as truth.
    8. kwqd kwqd, 24 days ago
      Oops! My last rank was SSG! I should have flipped the image instead of trying to read it upside down..

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