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Military Jackets and Coats63 of 111WWI era 29th Infantry Division uniform Child's Military Uniform pt. 2
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Posted 5 years ago


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Here is 1 piece of the First Special Service Force (The Devils Brigade)uniform we aquired last week.
This is the Eisenhower Jacket, which is a little shorter, with cords, patches, and decorations.
Pretty darn nice shape for its age.


  1. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
    Nice jacket.

    The Combat Infantryman's Badge on upside down. He saw some action-- Purple Heart with oak leaf cluster.

    Have you checked the pockets for Airborne wings?

  2. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    All pockets have been checked, there is an airborne patch on a sleeve, other than that, only item in a pocket is a bus ticket stub for Army personnel only to Fort Lewis, stub #04576.
  3. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    The other regular dress jacket, pants, 2 shirts, tie, belt still need to have pictures taken of them.
  4. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
    The Airborne Command combat patch generated my question about the wings.

  5. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    Wouldn't doubt if some decorations were removed, boxed, and put away. I still have my Dad's WWII Navy uniform, he removed his decorations and put them as I am sure many others did as well.
  6. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 5 years ago
    He may have gifted the airborne wings. I knew a captain once who's dad gifted him his jump wings when he graduated jump school. The captain always wore his father's wings on his class A uniform, which was obvious because of the pin rather than clutch fasteners.

  7. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    Here is the Eisenhower Jacket, that was with the uniform.

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