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PROPPER US AIR FORCE UTILITY UNIFORM ABU SHIRTS

  • New
  • 50% Cotton/ 50% Nylon
  • Fading shrinking and wrinkle resistant
  • Four-Pocket W/ double flaps and two concealed buttons for a cleaner look
  • Double pen pocket on forearm
  • Adjustable sleeves W/ three buttons on cuffs
  • Made in USA
  • Genuine Issue U.S. Air Force Uniform: 50% Cotton and 50% Nylon.
  • 4 Pockets with Double flaps, a Dual Pen Pocket on the Forearm, Reinforced Elbows, and Adjustable Sleeves with 3 Buttons on Cuffs.

USMC WWII ENLISTED WOOL UNIFORM

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  • USMC WWII Wool Uniform: Jacket, Pants and Garrison Cap (size 71/8)
  • 1st Marine Division, Guadalcanal, 1942
  • Has a Couple  of Snags on the Jacket
  • Good Used Condition

ROTHCO® MENS GI STYLE V-NECK SWEATER

  • Military-style G.I Acrylic V-Neck Sweater Features Rugged Reinforced Materials and is Great for Soldiers, Police Officers, Public Safety, and More.
  • 100% Acrylic: Warm Uniform Sweater Made with Comfortable Acrylic Fabric
  • V-Neck Style Commando Sweater Meets Standard Military Specs
  • Reinforced Double Needle Stitched Shoulder and Elbow Patches Enhance the Durability of the Military Sweater.
  • Epaulets with Easy Hook and Loop Closure add an Element Of Sophistication to The Knit Sweater

US WWII ARMY M-1943 OD FIELD JACKET

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  • Made in USA
  • Size: 40R
  • Buttons under a wind flap
  • Four front flap pockets
  • Two interior pockets
  • Great used condition
  • The M-43 Field Jacket is steeped in American military history. A response to the need for more functional uniforms to protect their troops, the Army began designs for the M-43.  the M-43 was only issued to troops in 1944, due to design changes and contractor shortages. Reproduced according to the style of the 1940s original.

US ARMY WW II IKE WOOL FIELD JACKET

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  • Genuine Military Surplus
  • Size: 34 R
  • 1947
  • Good Used Condition
  • Has a couple snags
  • The origins of the Olive Drab Wool Field Jacket, or “Ike Jacket” as it was fondly known, were rooted in the failures of both the wool service coat and olive drab field jacket to perform effectively in combat situations. Senior officers in the ETO became convinced by example of the British Battle Dress that a similar outfit, featuring a short wool jacket made of thick, coarse wool, would be the most suitable for US troops campaigning in Europe. Despite the Army’s recent shift in clothing doctrine that separated dress and combat items into distinctive categories, the ETO Command subscribed to the dual purpose uniform concept believing that a combination of combat effectiveness and smartness of appearance went hand in hand and was a critical factor in maintaining morale and discipline. The ETO Command’s unshakable belief in this type of uniform was held firm until the wool jacket was finally authorized for production in early 1944, thus ensuring its place in the Army’s new universal combat uniform. Though the Ike Jacket would become a popular and well recognized garment of the WW II period, delays in its development, procurement, and delivery resulted in, for the most part, its being left out of combat on continental Europe. In the end, much time and effort went into the development of a garment that was unable to fulfill its intended purpose.