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DQ. Medium, dated 1964, MIL-J-7448J ( USAF )

(Epaulets and Cross-Over Flap)

Subdued Patches: 1st Aviation Brigade (Combat), Army Gound Forces (Left SSI), Master Pilot's Wing, Embroidered Tapes, and LTC Rank sewn-on-epaulets.

wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits--collar knit repaired,



Average: Wear, Stains, Scuff, abrasions, & and etc., GC
(2nd set of Tapes (changed from Color to Subdued), Pilot's Badge (when he made Master Pilot), and Rank (when he was promoted)

inquire


DT. Large, dated 1977, MIL-J-7448J, Excellent Color!

(USAF B-52 Pilot's Jacket)

Color Patches: "DVCEMVS" ("Ducemus" = We Shall Lead 22ND Bomb Wing), "STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND", and "HEAVYMETAL". White-on-Sage Green Embroidered Rank sewn on shoulders, Leather Name Tag with: Rank, Senior Pilot's Wing, "22nd BW", and Name,knits repaired, Below Average: Wear, Stains, and etc., Minor Wear, EC+

( Stitch marks on the Lining where a Previous Patch and Name Tag were neatly removed from the Left Breast. Does not show on the outside Shell )



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DU. Medium, Dated 1972, Excellent Color!

(82nd Airborne Division Pilot's Jacket)

Color Cut-Edge Patches: 1st Aviation Brigade (Combat), 82nd Airborne Division with Tab, and "RANGER" Tab. White-on-OG Embroidered: Senior Pilot's Badge, Senior Parachutist's Badge, and Rank sewn-on-shoulders. Color Embroidered Tapes. Knits repaired, Below Average: Wear, Stains, and etc., EC+

(The 1st Aviation BDE patch is Local Made, the 82nd Patch is one-piece)


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DY. Medium, dated 1961, MIL-J-7448D, with Epaulets and Cross-Flap!

Color Patches: 4" "TACTICAL AIR COMMAND", large 5 ½" "64TH FTR. INTCP. SQDN.", & "EXPERT AIR DEFENSE COMMAND", Gold-on-Sage Green Major’s Rank sewn-on Epaulets, Old Style Black Leather Name Tag with: Pilot's Wing, Name, Rank, and "USAF", Small repairs on knits, Below Average: Wear, Stains, Abrasions, Scuffs, and etc., EC+

(Name Tag is the Old Style that slides into the Plastic Envelope on the Left-Breast)

( TAC Patch is the 2nd Patch on the Right-Breast = old stitch marks on the lining )

( 2nd set of Rank, Captains rank replaced when he was promoted )


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EA. Large, dated 1961, MIL-J-7448D, with Epaulets and Cross-Flap!

Color patches: "TUTOR ET ULTOR" (49th Tactical Fighter Wing) and

"THE IRON KNIGHTS 9TH TAC FTR. SQDN.",

Gold-on-Black Embroidered “U.S. NAVY” & Name Tapes,

White-on-OG Embroidered Rank sewn on Epaulets,

Hand-Embroidered Yellow-on-OG Navy Pilot's Wing,

one very-small repair on left wrist knit and one on the neck knit,

Very Minor Wear, 95% Condition Jacket,

Below Average: Wear, Scuffs, Stains, EC


sold

EC. Large, Dated 1967, Excellent Color!

Color Patches: Vietnam Made 1st Aviation Brigade on Left SSI, Vietnam Made "ARABS 14TH Cbt. Avn. Bn", and 1ST Cavalry Division on Right SSI with "AIRBORNE" Tab. White-on-OG Embroidered: Senior Pilot's Wing, Master Parachutist's Badge, and Rank (sewn-on shoulders). Label re-sewn, Wrist Knits replaced, Below Average: Wear, Stains, Scuffs, and etc., EC+


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EK. XL, dated 1966, MIL-J-7448H ( USAF ), Color Military Airlift Command (MAC), Eagles-under-Plastic sewn-on Shoulders, Older style (2 groove) Black leather Name Tag in Plastic Holder with: Command Pilot’s Wing, Name, & “U.S. AIR FORCE”, minor stain-specks on front (may clean up but NO Guarantee),

Very Minor Wear, Excellent Color, EC

see on Air Force Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm

sold



EM. Large, dated 1969, MIL-J-7448H,

wrist knits replaced ( with U. S. Government Issue wool knits =USGI ),

collar and waist knits repaired, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains except for 6-8” stain on back (possbily will clean?) did not soak through to the lining,

Excellent Color, GC+



inquire


EP. XL, dated 1974, MIL-J-7448J, knits repaired, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, right breast and shoulder patches removed = minor shadow and thread pulls, minor wear (leather zipper pull is still shiny), Excellent Color, GC+

(If the knits were not repaired it would be an EC+)

Chest = 50+

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21 3/4+

Sleeve (from shoulder seam to end of cuff knit) = 26+

Sleeve (center of neck to end of cuff knit) = 37+

Back (neck seam to bottom of waist knit) = 25 1/2


sold


ER. XL, dated 1974, MIL-J-7448J, knits repaired, Average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, pin size holes on lower front and sleeves, Excellent Color, GC+
Chest = 52

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21+

Shoulder seam to end of knit cuff) = 26

Sleeve (center of neck to end of knit cuff) = 36

Back (neck seam to bottom of waist knit) = 25


inquire



ES. Medium, dated 1970, MIL-J-7448J,

Subdued patches: Name Tape, & Basic Pilot’s Badge,

(Army Tape and shoulder rank have been neatly removed = minor shadows,

wrist knits replaced( w/USGI wool knits ), neck knit repaired, waist knit perfect,

pocket label loose on bottom edge, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains,

Excellent Color, EC




inquire



EV. Medium, dated 1978, MIL-J-7448J,

small snag in lining, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits,



other knits need some serious repairs,

minor wear, Excellent Color, EC




inquire


EX. Large, dated 1977, MIL-J-7448J,

Pilot’s name on left pocket label,

a Black Leather Pilot’s Name Tag, in New Condition, in Left pocket,

shoulder rank and right breast patch neatly removed = very minor shadows,

wrist knits replaced ( USGI ), other knits repaired, 1” black stain on left shoulder,

Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC




inquire



EZ. Small, dated 1978, MIL-J-7448J,

knits repaired, very-minor wear, outershell is still shiny, Excellent Color, EC+




inquire



FA. Large, Dated 1973, MIL-J-7448J,

wrist and neck knits replaced with USGI wool knits, waist knit has several repairs-2-3 are large repairs, Left pocket female Glove-Snap replaced (it is Black, the original was Sage Green), very-minor wear, Excellent Color, EC


Chest = 49+

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21

Sleeve (from shoulder seam to end of knit cuff) = 28

Sleeve (center of neck to end of knit cuff) = 38+

Back (neck seam to bottom of knit) = 25


inquire


FC. Medium, dated 1968, MIL-J-7448H (USAF),

wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits, other knits in perfect condition,

one-side of pocket label re-sewn, a set of insignia has been removed, minor shadow and a few snags, very minor wear, below average: wear, scuffs & stains,

Excellent Color, EC

inquire



FD. Medium, dated 1968, MIL-J-7448H (USAF),

Pocket label re-sewn, very small snag on left front between pocket and zipper, minor kint repairs, 2 x name tapes have been neatly removed from right breast

(this is normal as these jackets were to be re-cycled not thrown-away),

Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC



inquire



FF. Medium dated 1970, MIL-J-7448J (USAF)

small repair to one wrist knit, other knits ok,

white on blue Name tape on left breast, the matching “U. S. AIR FORCE” tape which was located above the name tape has been neatly removed along with a patch from the right breast, very-minor shadows,

Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC




inquire



FG. XL, dated 1970, MIL-J-7448J (USAF), named on lining, pocket label re-sewn, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits, other knits repaired, Average: stains, scuffs, & abrasions, dry-cleaning may remove some (or all) of the stains, not much wear, Excellent Color, GC+
Chest = 51

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21+

Shoulder seam to end of knit cuff) = 28 1/2

Sleeve (center of neck to end of knit cuff) = 37+

Back (neck seam to bottom of waist knit) = 22


inquire


FH. Medium, dated 1968, MIL-J-7448H (USAF),

wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits, small repairs to waist knit,

Lining and pocket label stained with a “dullish” blue ink (probably from a pen in the left pocket?), 2 name tag holders have been neatly removed from left breast, rank removed from shoulders leaving minor snags and 2 small holes on the left shoulder (can be covered by re-applying cloth or plasitc rank), average stains,

Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & etc., very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC


vintage rank pairs ( new & used ) available, ask

inquire



FK. XL, dated 1970, MIL-J-7448J (USAF), very- minor wear, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits, rest of knits repaired, Named on lining, shoulder rank neatly removed, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, Excellent Color, EC
Chest = 52

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21

Shoulder seam to end of knit cuff) = 27

Sleeve (center of neck to end of knit cuff) = 37+

Back (neck seam to bottom of waist knit) = 24

inquire



FM. Large, dated 1967, MIL-J-7448H (USAF), pocket label re-sewn, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC
Chest = 50

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21

Sleeve (from shoulder seam to knit cuff) = 23.5

Sleeve (center of neck to knit cuff) = 34+

Back (neck seam to top of waist knit) = 22+

( knits are NOT added to these lengths )



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FP. XL, dated 1964, MIL-J-7448F (USAF), Cross Flap and Epaulets!

Very minor wear, 1 ¼” x ½” hole in lining in right shoulder area, small white stains on back, wrist knits repaired--other knits okay, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC


Chest = 52+

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 22

Shoulder seam to end of knit cuff = 26

Sleeve (center of neck to end of knit cuff) = 37

Back (neck seam to bottom of waist knit) = 23 1/2
( Even with it’s faults this is one of the: Largest, Best Looking, Cross Flap, and Older (1964) L-2Bs you will find for sale! )


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FQ. XL, dated 1973, MIL-J-7448F, Minor wear, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits, neck knit repaired, named on lining, Below average: scuffs, abrasions, & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC
Chest = 51+

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam = 21 3/4

Sleeve (from shoulder seam to end of knit cuff) = 28

Sleeve (center of neck to end of knit cuff) = 38

Back (neck seam to bottom of waist knit) = 25

inquire



FT. Medium, Dated 1973, MIL-J-7448J,

minor wear, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits,

other knits need many repairs, ½” rub-hole in liner near right armpit,

below average: scuffs & stains, Excellent Color, GC+


(If the Neck & Waist Knits did not need a lot of repairs this would be an EC )


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FV. Large (chest = 47”+, sleeve = 35+” (to end of knit = 39”+), back = 21”+ (to bottom of knit = 34”+)), dated 1977, MIL-J-7448J, Color Patches: "TACTICAL AIR COMMAND" & "11 TAC DRONE SQ", pocket label resewn, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits -- others repaired,black velcro on left breast (ready for your Name Tag), has been washed (= needs to be “fuzz-busted” or you will have orange-lint on your shirt after wearing it), one small stain on orange-lining of the right sleeve, below average: wear, scuffs, abrasions, & stains, VERY Minor wear, Excellent Color, EC

( Name Tags will Velcro backing are available )


sold


FW. Small, dated 1972, MIL-J-7448J, minor wear, wrist knits replaced with USGI wool knits--others repaired, ½” abrasion on right side near the waist knit, below average: scuffs & stains, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC

sold



FX. Medium, dated 1972, MIL-J-7448J,

very-minor wear,

below average: scuffs, abrasions, etc., & stains, Excellent Color, EC

inquire

see some #6018 L-2B jackets on the Flight Gear page:

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm#6022____l_2b_sage_green_flt_jckts






with Epaulets and Cross-over Flap
GA. Extra-Large, dated 1961, MIL-J-7448D, Patches neatly removed from left and right chest & right sleeve = minor shadows, rank removed from epaulets ( minor damage to left-epaulet -- ask for picfile ), minor repairs to collar and left-cuff knits, stains on back ( ask for picfile ), Below Average: Wear, Stains, etc., Great Jacket to re-badge, needs to be dry-cleaned, EC

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GB. Medium, dated 1967, MIL-J-7448H, Sergeant’s Flying Jacket, Color patches: “Air Training Command” and “PARASAILon left SSI, local embroidered white-on-blue Tapes (name tape is also in Japanese and has the rank on it), white-on-blue Parachutist Badge, collar and wrist knits need a lot of repairs/replaced, waist knit needs repairs, not much wear, clean jacket for it’s age, Excellent color, EC


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GC. Large, dated 1965, MIL-J-7448G, a Color 4” “Military Airlift Command” patch on right breast, Navigator Badge on Black Leather Name Tag in a clear plastic envelope (he “blacked-out” his rank on the tag = probably promoted), knits need replaced, shoulder rank neatly removed, Below Average: stains, snags, wear, abrasions and etc., Excellent Color, EC

inquire


MIL-J-7448E (USAF) with Epaulets & Cross-over Flap

GD. Small, dated 1964, MIL-J-7448E(USAF), Excellent Color!

Color patches: 7th Military Airlift Squadron and Military Airlift Command, & Rank on epaulets, VELCRO on left chest, 2nd set of badges(Jacket has been re-issued by supply), minor repairs to knits, ink stain on bottom of pencil pocket(see picture), very-minor wear, EC+

sold


GE. Large, dated 1971, (DSA: 100-71-C-1567) by Alpha Industries, INC., STOCK NUMBER 8415-817 0595, Lining: 36% Wool 64% RAYON, DRY CLEAN ONLY, color Military Airlift Command with a 5,000 HOUR Over Tab, Colonel’s Eagels under Plastic sewn on shoulders, clear plastic envelope for his Leather Name Tag, stain on the Orange lining (see picture), several of the knits need to be replaced, Minor wear, nice looking Jacket except for the knits, Used

Measurements:

Chest = 46

Shoulder seam to seam = 20.5

Sleeve (to end of knit) = 37

Back (to end of knit) = 25

inquire


GF. Extra Large, MIL-J-7448J (USAF), dated 1970, (DSA: 100-70-C-0401) by Alpha Industries, INC., STOCK NUMBER 8415-817 0596, Lining: 36% Wool 64% RAYON, DRY CLEAN ONLY, had 2 x previous sets of badges, label loose on 1 edge, cigarette packet zipper damaged (see picture for another pocket that goes with this jacket), wrist knit needs replaced (a set of NEW Condition knits goes with the jacket see picture), found in a 1,000 pound bale in a rag mill = zipper impression in lining but no holes (see picture), zipper stiff from minor corrosion (I have waxed it but it needs to be used), very small repair on neck knit, Excellent color and BIG!!!!
Measurements:

Chest = 51

Shoulder seam to seam = 21

Sleeve (to end of knit) = 36

Back (to bottom of knit) = 23 1/2


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GG. Extra Large, MIL-J-7448J (USAF), dated 1970, (DSA: 100-70-C-1312) by Alpha Industries, INC., STOCK NUMBER 8415-817 0596, Lining: 36% Wool 64% RAYON, DRY CLEAN ONLY, lining has some stains and 1 x 3/8” hole(see picture), 2 x sets of insignia neatly removed, only remaining item is a clear plastic leather name tag holder, small repairs on neck knit, left wrist knit repaired, 4-5 small repairs on waist knit, still has the pen protector in the cigarette pocket, minor wear, paint on pocket flap snaps are 100%, Excellent Color, Big-Boy SIZE!
Measurements:

Chest = 51

Shoulder seam to seam = 20 1/2

Sleeve (to end of knit) = 35 1/2

Back (to bottom of knit) = 23 1/2


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See on Flight Gear page











6019 L-2B Style VEST, non-issue ( AC-DELCO Promotional item )





General Motors Promotional Vest patterned after the rare L-2B Flyer’s Vest.

Only Issue L-2B Vest I have seen had this contract number: DSA100-70-C-2115.


Vest made by AVIREX, label reads:

THE RIGHT STUFF(Trade Mark)

FOR AC-DELCO

by Aivirx Limited(R)
General Chuck Yeager was doing advertisements for AC-DELCO Batteries in the early-1980s so it tied-in with the: Bell X-1, the Movie, and DELCO Batteries.
( Letter from AVIREX is storage with the Vest and goes to the Buyer )





A. Medium ( chest = 47”, neck to the bottom of the waist knit = 24.5” ), Sage Green outershell with an Orange Lining, New
see on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm#6019a___l_2b_ac_delco_promotional_vest

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6020 MA-1 Sage Green Flying JACKET (Gray Lining)





1st Style of MA-1 with: Gray Lining and Woven Gold-on-Black Neck Label.
(Issued in the Late 1950s to Early 1960s)
(see World Photo Press Magazine "MA-1", #03968-11, page 23)





G. Medium, Dated 1958, Spec. MIL-J-8279B, Excellent Color!

(2nd FIS Pilot's Jacket)

Jacket is a "B" Model but has the Original Style:

Front Tab and Snap-Loops under the arms.

Color Patches: Large (5") "2nd FIS SECOND TO NONE" (2nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron) and "SEEK ATTACK DESTROY" (52nd Fighter Interceptor Wing). Black Leather Name Tag in a Plastic Sleeve with: Pilot's Wing, Parachutist's Badge, Name, Rank, and "USAF" (Older style (2" x 3") Name Tag).

Wrist Knits replaced and 1 repair in waist Knit, Label is in 70% Condition,

Faint stitch marks where another patch was on the right-breast,

Below Average: Wear, Scuffs, Stains, and etc., EC+

(One of the Best Gray Liners you will find!)


sold


P. Large, Dated 1959, MIL-J-8279B, Excellent Color!

(44th Fighter Squadron Pilot's Jacket)

"44th" (44th Tactical Fighter Squadron) Color Patch on Right Breast. Patch looks Japan made and has brownish stains where the glue has bled-through to the front. Black Leather Name Tag with: Senior Pilot's Wing, Name, Rank, and "USAF" in a clear-plastic cover (plastic cover ripped about 1" on the bottom). Neck and Wrist knits replaced and waist knit repaired Minor wear, Jacket has minor stains, a 94% Condition Jacket, EC+

(Very Nice Gray Liner!)



sold


AD. Medium, dated 1958, MIL-J-8279B, Excellent Color!

(317th Fighter Interceptor Squadron Pilot’s Jacket)

Jacket is a "B" Model but has the Original Style: Front Tab and Snap-Loops under the arms.“317th FTR. INTRCP. SQN. McCHORD A.F.B.” and U. S. Flag on left sleeve; White-on-Sage Green: Pilot’s Wing, Captain’s Rank sewn-on-shoulders; White Name Tape with Black Stencilled Name; wrist knits replaced (with USGI knits), minor knit repairs, Below Average: Wear, Abrasions, stains, and etc.,

has had 2 x Pockets added on the inside (see pictures), EC

see on Air Force Gear page:

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm


sold


This is a First Model Gray Liner

1st pattern has the armpit snap-loops to hold headphone cords/etc.

and a cloth tab on front to clip-on a mike cord or oxygen mask

these items were a hold-over from the B-15D patterns

AF. XL ( chest = 51” sleeve = 34 ¾”(to end of knit 37 3/4”+) back = 22 ½”(to end of knit 25 ½”), MIL-J-8279 (USAF), Stock Number 8415-273-3972, Order Number AF 33(602)-7610, by Skyline Clothing Corporation, USAF logo on left SSI is 85-90%, all knits are mothed and need to be replaced (I have a set of New Issue Wrist Knits #6028 if you need them, ASK!), 1 ¼” seam-separation on the shoulder-seam on the lining, reddish stain below the left armpit(see picture), Below average: wear and staining, EC

( You can re-sew the inside shoulder seam when you replace the knits )




sold

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