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Books Used as References


-Vietnam U. S. Uniforms in Colour Photographs-

By Kevin Lyles (Windrow and Greene)



-Doughboy to GI-

By Kenneth Lewis (Landing Publishing)



-WWII GI-

By Windrow & Hawkins (MotorBooks)



-GI Collector’s Guide-

by Henri-Paul Enjames



-U. S. Marine Corps Uniforms & Equipment in WWII (USMC in WWII)-

By Jim Moran, (Windrow and Greene)



-“Grunt Gear” (USMC Combat Infantry Equipment of World War II)-

By Alec S. Tulkoff, (R. James Bender Publishing)



-U.S. Military Combat Aircrew Individual Survival Equipment-

By M. Breuninger (M. S. Breuninger)



-U.S. Martial Web Belts and Bandoliers: 1903 - 1981 (Martial Web Belts)-

By R. Stephen Dorsey



-Steel Pots-

By Chris Armold



-The M-1 Helmets-

By Mark A. Reynosa





Insurance is Recommended on ALL SHIPMENTS!


Prices Listed are Subject to CHANGE without Prior Notice

Prices SUPERSEDE All Previously Published or Quoted Prices

Merchandise Availability is SUBJECT TO STOCK-ON-HAND

Lee-Jackson Militaria is not responsible for pricing, or other errors,

and reserves the right to cancel orders arising from such errors.

All Items Listed are NEW and First Quality Unless Notated

See the Web Site, “Guidelines for Buying and Shipping” page for more Information:

http://ljmilitaria.com/shipping_and_payment_guidelines.htm


Products referenced are Trademarks of their MAKERS

Items Sold in this Catalog are for "Collectible Display" ONLY!

("Collectible Display" = anything a Prudent person would not use for

anything but a Display. If you have any questions regarding this policy,

please communicate with us before you purchase an item)


It is incumbent upon the Purchaser to know the Laws and Restrictions of their Government in regards to items SOLD in this Catalog or Web Site and to be respondsible for all actions of their Customs Agents! Some items are NOT for Export!
Buyer Must be 18 Years of age to Purchase any Edged-Weapon!
Grading of Items

Poor Condition......................PC........(worst condition)

Fair Condition........................FC........(excessive wear/etc.)

Good Condition........................GC.......(average condition)

Excellent Condition...................EC........(above average)

New or Mint.............................................(Best Condition)

New-with-Storage-Marks.......NWSM

On some “Used” Items Shadows (where a badge has been removed) will not be noted.

On some “Used” Items common insignia will not be noted.
Items with Wool parts are stored in “moth balls” to protect against Moths!

I try to “air-out” the Item before I ship but some “moth-ball” odor may remain.

Be prepared to hang the Item someplace where you don't get “bitched-at” for 4-5 days!








1000 - 1999 "Vintage" Civilian Clothing










1601A. Embroidered "Yellow Cab" in Black thread on the Yellow Cap, Size 7 ½ , made by Lancaster of Los Angeles, looks like split-bamboo behind the Leather sweatband, Older Cap, Vintage unknown, EC+
see on Civilian Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/civilian_clothing.htm#1601a___yellow_cab_taxi_driver_s_cap


200.00














2000 - 2199 Webbing and Other Bulk Materials










2020 OD-7 Cotton WEBBING




Use for Subdued: Name and Branch (U. S. Army, USAF, or USN) Tapes




A. 1 ¼" Wide, OD-7 Cotton WEBBING, Roll is Dated 1953, New

(177 feet (59 yards) in Stock) Price per Foot $2.00











(See 49xxx for White Cotton Webbing)










2200 - 2249 BRASSARDS and ARMBANDS










2202 Vietnamese-Made Military and Unknown Unit BRASSARDS




A. White plastic "MP" on Black Felt, EC

65.00

B. White Plastic "QC" (Vietnamese Military Police) on Black Felt, EC

65.00

C. White plastic "KS" (unknown Unit (KIEM SOAT = Resources Police ??)),

on Black Felt, EC


65.00


D. White Plastic "TC" (unknown Unit ("Joint Patrol" Police ??)), on Black Felt, EC

65.00


G. White Plastic “MP” on Black Naugahyde,

Subdued, Issue, 18th MP Brigade Patch,

a lot of use, (“MP” has started to lift (rotted threads)), one x ½” cut), GC
see on Army Gear page


sold








2206 Military Police (MP) BRASSARDS (Army)




Brassards are Irregular-Shaped and have a Loop to affix it to an Epaulet.

(Some Brassards are fixed to the Epaulet with a Safety-Pin)

("BG" = Background) (Some Brassards are Pinned-on the Shoulder or Sleeve)





C. White Felt "MP" on Black Felt BG,

Color 49TH Infantry Brigade Patch, tear on back, GC


25.00


G. Black Plastic "MP" LETTERS on OG Cloth BG,

Subdued 7TH ID (Infantry Division) Patch, EC+


30.00


H. White Felt "MP" on Black Felt BG, slight mothing on: "M" and "P", EC

30.00

K. White Felt "MP" on Black Felt BG,

Issue Cut-Edge Color Army Security Agency (ASA) Patch, EC+


55.00


M. White Felt "MP" on Black Felt BG, mothing on the "P", EC

35.00

P. White Plastic "MP" on Black Plastic BG, Issue Color 7th Corps Patch sewn-on, Excellent Construction, EC+

45.00








2210 U. S. Army BRASSARDs



Brassards denoting other than "MP" functions, some unknown.







B. White Plastic "CP" letters on Black brassard, 2.5" Yellow/Gold 9th IR Insignia

sewn-on, directly-embroidered: "2nd BN 9th INF", Korean made, EC+


30.00








2212 circa WWII U. S. Army ARMBANDs



held to the sleeve by a safety-pin (NO pins available)







A. Issue 4” x 18” Black wool/felt, White wool/felt “MP” sewn on armband, New
(order fm Mike C.)


65.00

C. Issue 4” x 16 1/4”, White wool/felt “MP” sewn on Black wool/felt armband, mothing, minor wear, EC

45.00


D. Issue 4” x 17 ½”, Red Cross sewn on a White armband, serial numbered on back, Medic’s Last-4 stamped on back, very minor wear, EC+

sold


E. gold color “TPN. CORPS. U.S.A” stenciled on a Red Cotton-Twill Armband, 1-end of the elastic band has been removed, large safety-pin came with the band (heavy impressions on the back-side of the band showing were the pin was stored many years), I am assuming this is for the U. S. Army Transportation Corps, EC
See on the WWII Army Ground Forces PATCH page, Commands section




see on Army Gear page













2218 Marine Military Police ARMBAND (USMC)



Armbands are a Rectangular Shape







B. Gold Felt "MP" letters on a Red Felt Band, slight mothing on the "P", EC

30.00







2220 Armed Forces Police ARMBAND





A. Gold Felt "ARMED FORCES POLICE" lettering on Black Felt Band, New

30.00








2240 "Acting NCO" BRASSARD (Army)




Brassards were issued to Privates During Basic Training who were appointed to a Temporary Leadership Position.





A. Black Cordura Background, Yellow Buck Sergeant Stripes, GC

20.00







2242 California Military Academy BRASSARD




Color Army Staff Sergeant Stripes & Color "CMA" Patch on Black Felt



A. Cut-Edge SSG Stripe, New

25.00

B. Cut-Edge SSG Stripe, New

25.00

C. Merrowed-Edge SSG Stripe, GC

15.00







2250 WWII American Flag Arm Brassards



Printed (or silkscreened) Fabric Armbands worn on D-Day by Invasion Troops

Possibly used in North Africa and ther invasions in WWII
(one stock number I have seen is 71-B-1300-30)
( fabric is a water repellent “oilcloth” type material )
see on the Army Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/gearservices/army_gear.htm





2250-1. Used Condition, see web site for picture

sold

2250-2. Used Condition

sold

2250-3. Used Condition, see web site for picture/verbage

250.00







2250-1. New Condition

sold

2250-2. New Condition, see web site for picture/verbage

275.00













2252 circa WWII American Flag & miscellaneous Arm Bands



Made of soft Cotton/etc. material - not stiff like #2250 oilskin type armbands







2252-2. U.S. Flag armband(3.75” x 17”)

with an elastic type material French Flag, EC+

( both flags came from an 82nd Airborne Division Veteran’s estate )

sold


2252-3. Blue cotton armband, “Combatant Volontaire”
see on the Army Gear page:


inquire







2300 - 2399 U. S. Army STRIPES









--All Reference to Rank (except Private) is Modern:

i.e, Sergeant First Class (SFC) is 3-up(3-Chevrons) and 2-Down(2-Rockers)

--All First Sergeant (1SG) Stripes have a Diamond in the center.



--Early WWII 1SG Stripes have only 2-Down(2-Rockers)

--All Stripes are Priced per Pair, unless Noted otherwise.


Inquire for Prices






See 49000 – 49199 for more Army Rank and other items





2365 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (Khaki on Khaki)




Embroidered Khaki Stripes on Khaki Background(BG)




A. First Sergeant (1SG), (3-Up and 3-Down with Diamond), New




C. Sergeant First Class, (3-UP and 2-Down), New










2366 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (Silver-Khaki on Blue)




Embroidered Khaki (Gray/Silver look) Stripes on Blue Twill




A. First Sergeant (1SG), New (3 pair in stock)




B. Sergeant First Class, New




C. Staff Sergeant, (3-Up and 1-Down), New




D. Technician Fourth Class ("T4"), (3-Up with a "T" below), New




F. Corporal (2-Chevrons), New




G. Staff Sergeant, FC




H. Staff Sergeant, EC




J. Staff Sergeant, EC+










2367 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (OG on Blue/Black Wool/Felt)




Bright OG Embroidered Stripes on a Blue/Black Wool/Felt BackGround

(These are a Bright Olive Green Embroidery)

(Similar stripes to #2367 have Dark Olive Green/Brown Embroidered Stripes...

I have a few in stock...ask!)






A. First Sergeant (Early style with Two Rockers), New




B. First Sergeant (Late style with 3-Chevrons & 3-Rockers), New (Quantity)




E. Staff Sergeant (3-Chevrons & 1-Rocker), EC




F. Staff Sergeant , New (Quantity)




G. Private First Class (1-Chevron), New (Quantity)




H. Sergeant First Class (3-Chevrons & 2-Rockers), GC




I. Sergeant First Class (3-Chevrons & 2-Rockers), New (Quantity)




K. Master Sergeant (3-Chevrons & 3-Rockers (NO-Diamond)), New




L. Sergeant ("Buck Sergeant") (3-Chevrons), New




M. Technician Fifth Class ("T-5"), (2-Chevrons and a "T"), New




N. Technician Fourth Class ("T-4"), (3-Chevrons and a "T"), As-New




O. Technician Fourth Class ("T-4"), (3-Chevrons and a "T"), GC




P. Master Sergeant (3-Chevrons & 3-Rockers (NO-Diamond)), GC




Q. Corporal (2-Chevrons), GC










2368 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (OG ON BLUE)




OG Felt Stripes Sewn-On Blue Felt BackGround(BG) (Felt = Wool)




A. BUCK SERGEANT, EC




B. CORPORAL, EC




C. CORPORAL, New




E. STAFF SERGEANT, New




F. MASTER SERGEANT, GC (SMALL TEAR ON BOTTOM)










2369 U.S. Army Air Forces WWII Era STRIPES ( with Propeller )




All USAAF Stripes are in this Section regardless of Materials (Wool or Cotton)




B. Private First Class (PFC),

Khaki on Blue Twill BG with Propeller and Wing, New (2 pair in stock)




D. Corporal (CPL),

OG embroidered on Blue/Black Wool(felt) with Propeller and Wing. EC+


see picture on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm

















2370 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (OG on Khaki)




OG Stripes on Khaki Background




A. Sergeant First Class (SFC), GC










2371 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (OG on Blue)




OG Stripes on Blue Twill BG, worn after WWII




A. Sergeant First Class (SFC), EC




B. Staff Sergeant (SSG), New




C. Staff Sergeant, EC




D. First Sergeant (1SG), New




E. Sergeant First Class, EC




F. Corporal (CPL), New




G. Private First Class (PFC), New










2372 U.S. Army WWII Era STRIPES (OD on Blue Felt)




Golden-Tan Stripes on Black Felt




A. Technician 3rd Class (3-Up and 1-Down with a "T"), GC












See 49000 – 49199 for more Army Rank and other items












2500 - 2599 Gloves and Liners (Inserts)










(See #54xx and 59xx For Flying Gloves/Mittens)










2505 M-1939 Yellow Heavy Leather Gloves




Tentative Specification of September 14, 1939

( see Government Issue Collector's Guide Book, page 54 )


( uncommon gloves )

see pictures on Clothing Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#2505___m1939_heavy_leather_gloves







B. size Medium, dated December 17, 1940, Stock Number 73-G-30508,

Contract NO. W669 QM-10299 by Fried, Ostermann Company,

last-4 written on the inside (veteran was an Officer in the CBI), New


sold


C. size Medium, dated August 6, 1940, Stock Number 73-G-30508,

Contract NO. W-669 QM 8439 by The Joseph N. Eisendrath CO.

(company's last name could be mispelled = hard to read label),

canvas lining worn-through in left-glove, these gloves have had a lot of use,

should be used as a static-display ONLY, GC+


95.00













2518 Heavy Duty Work GLOVES (Gauntlet Style)




Leather/Cotton Canvas Heavy Duty Gloves

These came from Fort Ord when it was closed, circa 1992-3 (+/-)

see pictures on Clothing Page





A. Small-Medium (Military size 4), stamped “S-USM-6”, New

31.00

B. Extra Large, New

31.00







2520 RVN Era Barbed Wire Handler’s GLOVES




Gauntlet Style Gloves with Wire-Staple Palms for Protecting the wearer from the sharp "Tape-Wire" ("Concertina" Wire).
Concertina Wire was used everyplace in Vietnam to protect Encampments and Temporary Night Positions such as Armored Cavalry APCs "Hunkered-Down for the Night".

(see Stanton's RVN Era Book, page 122)

see pictures on Clothing Page





B. Size 10 (Large), Dated 1970, New ( 4 pair in stock )

65.00

C. Size 10 (Large), Dated 1970, Minor: Wear and Stains, EC+

40.00







2530 D-3A Cream Color Leather Work GLOVES




Work gloves with double-thick Palms with metal slide adjuster on the back

New Condition, unless noted
( A size 5 “work” glove is a Large size )
see pictures on Clothing Page

35.00 per pair



A. size 3, dated 1986




B. size 3, dated 1986




C. size 3, dated 1986




D. size 5, dated 1991




E. size 5, dated 1991




F. size 5, dated 1986, New-with-Storage-Marks (NWSM)




G. size 5, dated 1991




H. size 3, dated 1988




I. size 5, dated 1986, NWSM










2531 M-1949 D-3A Black-Color Leather Work GLOVES




Black Leather Gloves with metal slide adjuster on the back

New Condition, unless noted
( A size 5 “work” glove is a Large size )
circa 1950 to mid-1980s the smooth backs were used as a Dress/Work Glove
Gloves will have the Rough (Suede) Back unless Noted, New Condition
Use Wool Inserts (#2532 & 33)
see pictures on Clothing Page





A. size 3, date blacked-out

35.00

C. size 3, dated 1986

40.00

E. size 4, dated 1988

40.00

F. size 4, dated 1988

40.00

G. size 4, dated 1988

40.00

H. size 4, dated 1976, Smooth-Back

45.00

S. size 5, dated 1984, Smooth-Back

40.00

X. size 2, dated 1981, Smooth-Back ( Rare Size )

43.00

Y. size 2, dated 1981, Smooth-Back ( Rare Size )

43.00

AA. size 3, dated 1988

40.00

AC. size 5, dated 1988

40.00

AD. size 5, dated 1988

sold

AE. size 5, dated 1988

40.00

AF. size 5, dated 1990

sold

AG. size 4, dated 1988

40.00

AH. size 3, dated 1987

40.00

AI. size 5, dated 1988

sold

AM. size 5, dated 1982, Smooth-Back ( Quantity )

43.00.

AN. size 5, dated 1991, Smooth-Back

40.00

AP. size 3, dated 1980, smooth-back

42.00













2532 M-1949 OG Wool INSERTS (for D-3A Gloves)




Wool/Nylon Blend ( a sample “blend” is 72% wool to 28% NYLON )

New Condition, unless noted
( A size 5 “work” glove is a Large size )
( wear alone or insert them into the D-3A Gloves )
see pictures on Clothing Page






A. size 3, dated 1988

20.00

B. size 4, dated 1988

20.00

C. size 5, dated 1988

sold

D. size 2, dated 1981 ( Rare Size )

25.00

E. size 3, dated 1982

20.00

F. size 3, dated 1982

20.00

G. size 4, dated 1975

35.00

H. size 4, dated 1988

20.00

J. size 5, dated 1988

sold

K. size 4, no date, Older OD Inserts with the Care Instruction Sheet, Circa 1950s or Earlier!

sold


L. size 3, no date, Older Olive Drab Inserts with the Care Instruction Sheet,

Circa 1950s or Earlier!

40.00


M. size 5, dated 1967

40.00

N. size 4, dated 1975 ( 11 Pair in Stock )

35.00

P. size 5, dated 1967

40.00







2533 Black Wool INSERTS (for D-3A Gloves)




Wool/Nylon Blend ( a sample “blend” is 75% wool to 25% NYLON )

New Condition, unless noted
( A size 5 “work” glove is a Large size )
( wear alone or insert them into the D-3A Gloves )
see pictures on Clothing page





A. size 3, dated 1988

10.00

B. size 4, dated 1988

10.00

C. size 5, dated 1988

10.00

D. size 3, no date

10.00

E. size 4, dated 1988

10.00

F. size 5, dated 1988

10.00

G. size 5, dated 1989










2536 Men’s & Women’s Black Dress Leather GLOVES




Polyester/Wool blend or 100% Wool Lined

New Condition, unless noted
( a size 8 or 9 “Dress” glove is a Medium size )

( Aviator’s & CVC gloves follow the same size numbering system as dress gloves )


see pictures on Clothing page



40.00

Per pair

A. size 8, dated 1991




B. size 12, dated 1983




C. size 9, dated 1979




D. size 10, dated 1986




E. size 3, dated 1988




F. size 7, dated 1986




G. size 7, dated 1987




H. SIZE 8, dated 1981




I. SIZE 12, dated 1986




J. SIZE 12, dated 1986




K. SIZE 10, dated 1993




L. SIZE 8, DATED 1990




M. SIZE 6, DATED 1985




N. SIZE 6C, DATED 1986




O. SIZE 6, DATED 1985




P. SIZE 8, DATED 1989




Q. SIZE 7, DATED 1986




R. SIZE 7, DATED 1987




S. SIZE 3, dated 1986




T. SIZE 10, dated 1990




U. SIZE 12, dated 1986




V. SIZE 6, dated 1984




W. SIZE 5C, dated 1990




X. SIZE 4, dated 1986




Y. SIZE 3, dated 1984




Z. size 8, dated 1987




AA. size 6C, dated 1993




AB. size 6, dated 1991




AC. size 3, dated 1980

sold

AD. size 8, dated 1991




AF. size 10, dated 1980




AG. size 5C, dated 1993




AI. size 7, dated 1986




AJ. size 8, dated 1993










2700 - 2949 Radios, Telephones, and Sensors
















For Lightweight Rucksack Radio Pack Boards see #4862










2720 HT-1 RVN Era Walkie-Talkie Type RADIO (Special Forces)




Black Aluminum Radio with telescoping Antenna, I think it uses 8 x "D" Cells.

Radio developed for use in Vietnam and was used extensively by Special Forces and certain Vietnamese troops through-out the War, per Sutherland.

(HT-1 radio shown being operated by a Vietnamese Officer in Sutherland's Book,

1952-1982 Special Forces of the U. S. Army, on page 597)





A. No Data Plate (probably never had one as this is a Special Ops Radio(?)),

Cap missing from "Squelch" Control knob, Battery Box is clean, GC+ - EC


(I think this is a Very Rare Special Operations Radio for the RVN Era Item)
(Came from same SF Veteran as #2720B)

225.00


B. No Data Plate (glue residue where a plate might have been(?)), All Controls are labeled in Vietnamese and English, Battery Box is clean, GC+ - EC

(I think this is a Very Rare Special Operations Radio for the RVN Era Item)

(Came from same SF Veteran as #2720A)

sold








2746 ST-120/PR Radio PACKBOARD




Used with the M-1943/44 WWII Field Suspenders

(used to man-pack the PRC-8, 9, and 10)






A. dated 1953, GC+ - EC

85.00







2750 ST-138 Radio PACKBOARD for the PRC-25




SPECIAL PACKBOARD USED WITH THE PRC-25. (LYLES' PAGE 32 & LYLES' U.S. INFANTRY BOOK, PAGE 11)




D. DATE FADED, FRAYED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BACKPAD, GC

30.00







2756 AT-984A/G ANTENNAE for the PRC-25




Know as the "Jungle Antennae", Long Copper Wire on a Fishing Style Reel.

OG Cotton Carrying Pouch with ALICE Clips.






None in stock










2800 ( entry for search purposes only )










2884 Telephone Cable ( Roll of WD-1 Wire )




A. One Kilometer Roll of WD-1A/TT, dated 1988 (label dated “8/8”),

stock number 6145-01-155-4257, water damage to opened-box, cardboard box has storage scuffs/etc., NWSM

Perfect for the Desert Storm Re-EnActors

( very heavy = consider your s/i when calculating costs )

see picfile on Equipment Page

sold








2900 ( for searching only )










2912 RVN Era Radio HEADSET/MICROPHONE




RTO'S "Hands-Free HEADSET", stock number 5965-082-4037,

( see Lyles’ book, pages 74-65 )






G. DATE UNKNOWN, SMALL ROUND MICROPHONE, WITH SMALL TOGGLE SWITCH. GC

75.00


H. DATE UNKNOWN, SMALL OG MICROPHONE, WITH SMALL TOGGLE SWITCH. GC

75.00








2925 RADIOS (Receivers & Transmitters)




F. RT-159B/URC-4, with Power Lead, Plastic on Antenna arelease is broken but fully functional, not tested, GC

75.00


H. RT-159B/URC-4 with Battery & Power Lead, not tested, GC

125.00







2926 AN/PRR-9 Helmet Mounted RECEIVER




Used with the AN/PRT-4 Transmitting Set.

(see Lyles' Book, pages 54-55) (Stanton's VN Book, page 180)






D. Dated 1975, New-in-opened-Box

125.00

E. No Date, New-in-opened-Box

125.00







2927 AN/PRT-4 TRANSMITTING Set (Early Style)




Open Battery Cage (with Holes), comes with a Lanyard

(Lyles' VN Book, page 55 (shows Item #2928 Style (No Holes in Battery Cage))






B. Radio, No Date, Paint Fair Condition, GC

100.00

C. Radio, Dated 1967, Paint rough, GC

100.00

D. Radio, Dated 1967, Paint rough, GC

100.00

BA. TM 11-5820-549-12 Manual, Dated October 1966, for PRT-4/PRR-9,

New-in-Sealed-Plastic-Bag

25.00


BB. TM 11-5820-549-12 Manual, DAAB 05-67-C-0161, outside of Sealed-Bag is Dated 12/69, for PRT-4/PRR-9, New-in-Sealed-Brown-Paper-Bag

(Probably dated 1966-69 Era (?), can't see it as it is in a Sealed-Package)


25.00








2928 AN/PRT-4 TRANSMITTING Set (Later Style)




Closed Battery Cage (No Holes) (see Lyles' Book, page 55)




A. No Date Tag, Paint GC, Not Tested, GC

35.00

B. No Date Tag, Paint GC, Not Tested, GC

35.00







2930 Personnel and Vehicle Sensor PARTS



Type used along the Ho Chi Minh Trail (HCM Trail)


see "NAM" Book, by Page and Pimlott, pages 237/238
These Sensors are tied-in with the USAF Project Igloo White which operated from Thailand.
see Pictures on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/equipment_.htm





A1. Antenna Adaptor Module (TALL version), no date, Part Number P34748-002, Green Plastic Branches (no leaves) with Aluminum Base, approximately 35” (tall model-see #2930I below for the shorter version), New-in-Plastic-Bag!
A2. Same item but has rust looking storage marks on the metal bottom where moisture got into the plastic bag….I rubbed some of it off with my fingers…metal looks like aluminum so I don’t think the rusty looking storage marks are rust(??). see pictures on site.
(Quantity in stock)

8-10


6-8

B. Antenna Adaptor Module, Still-in-cardboard-Box! (Quantity in stock)
(same as item #2930A except they are still in the Issue Box – Boxes are getting old and starting to crumble)


10-12

D. Case (Ground Probe) for Antenna (see items #2930A & B), 35 ½” (+/-) long, case is painted a Camouflage pattern and packed in a White Foil & Clear Plastic Bag. White Foil package is marked: "OCTOBER 1972, MIL B 117 D, TYPE 1, CLASS E, STYLE I" (Stock Number may be NSN 6350-01-257-0149). White Foil and Plastic Bag have been opened and some paint missing, NWSM


8-10

E. Case (a Ground Probe) for Antenna, (same condition as item #2930D), New


8-10

F. Case (a Ground Probe) for Antenna in opened White Foil Bag, Case was never removed from the bag, New

12-13


G. Case in Box (Box has been opened) (this is a Ground Probe for an Antenna), Box stamped: "FSN 6350-169-1545GD, CASE, TUBULAR TC505, P/N 7141157, DATED 11/72". Case has not been removed from the White Foil package, (data stamped on the White Foil package same as #2930D, New

12-13


H. Case (a Ground Probe) for Antenna in Box (same as item #2930G).

White Foil and Clear Plastic Bag have been opened, minor paint scrape, NWSM



12-13


I. Antenna ( Short-style, 26" +/-, tall ), "#6135-00-169-1561, ANTENNA MA-33", New-in-Package

8-10


K. Case (Ground Probe) (looks similar to #2930D), stamped "71141157 TC505 11/.. MFR 3B114", 80% of Camouflage paint remaining, GC

7-8




















2950 - 3199 Field JACKETS











most Field Jackets are pictured on the Clothing page:

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm
some are listed on Services pages: Army, Marine, Navy, or Air Force






I have measured some of the Field Jackets/Liners and given my interpretation of the MODERN size/length.....take this with a grain of salt as this is ONLY my guesstamation!

















2954 M-1938 Field JACKET




1st Pattern Field Jacket, Pocket Flaps and No Epaulets, Khaki Cotton Shell

with OD Blanket Lining. (see Doughboy to GI, page 84)








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