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REPRODUCTION WWII US 101ST AIRBORNE 502ND PARATROOPER “SPADE” AND TICK HELMET DECAL. HOW TO APPLY DECALS: 1. Immerse the decal in water. 2. When the decal is just moveable on the paper, remove from the water. This will take a minute or two. There is no exact time. It
MUSUEM GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US 101ST AIRBORNE 506TH PARATROOPER “SPADE” AND TICK HELMET DECAL. MADE FAMOUNS BY EASY COMPANY. HOW TO APPLY DECALS: 1. Immerse the decal in water. 2. When the decal is just moveable on the paper, remove from the water. This will take a minute or
MUSUEM GRADE REPRODUCTION 101ST AIRBORNE SLEEVE INSIGNIA-THEATRE MADE WITH GOLD THREAD BULLION. SUPER HIGH QUALITY. COMMONLY SEEN USED WITH PARATROOPERS CLASS A OR CLASS B JUMP JACKETS AND TUNICS.
FIELD GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US 82nd Airborne 307th Engineer Pocket Patch All cap patches go on either side (right for officer, left for enlisted) of the wool overseas cap. Unit patches actually had no prescribed regulation position when sewn to the upper sleeve, but usually they were placed 1/2″-1″ under
MUSUEM GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII US 82ND AIRBORNE SLEEVE INSIGNIA-THEATRE MADE VERSION ON SILVER BULLION. SUPER HIGH QUALITY FROM MAN THE LINE. MOST COMMONLY USED FOR THE AIRBORNE CLASS A OR CLASS B TUNICS AND JACKETS.
FIELD GRADE REPRODUCTION WWII German AFRIKA KORP DAK LUFTWAFFE M43 TUNIC Quality Reproduction of the World War Two German Luftwaffe tropical tunic in a khaki cotton. With the Germans foray into North Africa in 1940 the need for a new uniform was quickly desired knowing that a wool uniform would not
Usually associated with the landings in North Africa, and some early airborne operations, this pattern flag is an armband and it is simply wrapped around the upper arm. However, some troops also cut the flag out and sewed it on. Correct, coated cotton canvas construction. The arm band is secured