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AS. 12R, Dated 1975, Near-New

85.00

C. 16R, Dated 1975, EC

100.00







3092 Olive Green Woman's Field Jacket LINER




A. Size 10, Dated 1975, 1-Cuff repaired, GC+

25.00







3100 (for searches only)










3106 M-1965 OG Field JACKET ( RVN Era = pre-1976 )





New Condition Unless Notated - this is the Model with VELCRO





B. XS/R, Dated 1974, New

250.00

M. S/R, Dated 1974, worn once(?), Near-New

250.00

P. M/R, Dated 1974, brass-zipper, New

sold

R. M/R, Dated 1974, Mint

sold

S. M/R, Dated 1974, Mint

sold

T. M/R, Dated 1974, Mint

sold

W. XS/R, Dated 1967, worn once(?), Near-New

sold

AA. L/S, Dated 1972, worn twice(?), Storage marks on collar, Near-New

250.00

AF. M/L ( chest = 46” ), dated 1967, New

sold

AH. S/S, Dated 1968, silver tone zipper, New

300.00

AM. S/R, Dated 1968, Mint (10 in stock)

350.00

AT. S/L, Dated 1969, Worn-Once(?), Near-New

sold


AW. S/R( chest = 42”+, sleeves = 34”+, Shoulder seam to seam = 20”+, back = 30.5”+ ), dated 1968, silver tone zipper, with Issue Subdued U. S. Army Tape, wrinkled from being in a 1,000 pound “Rag Mill” bale, NWSM
See pictures on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#m_1965_field_jacket_section

300.00


AX. S/R ( chest = 42” ), dated 1968, remains of a paper Cutter’s Label on lower-right pocket flap, ¼” Factory made hole in upper-left pocket, New

290.00



AY. S/R ( chest = 42”+, sleeves = 34.5”+, Shoulder seam to seam = 20”, back = 30.5”+ ), dated 1968, silver tone zipper, New
See pictures on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#m_1965_field_jacket_section



300.00


BA. M/L ( chest = 46, sleeves = 36, Shoulder seam to seam = 21, back = 32.5 ), dated 1967, Cutter's Tag still inside pocket, silver-tone-zipper, washed once(?), Excellent Color, EC+


275.00


BD. S/R, Dated 1974, brass-zipper, New


250.00

BG. M/R, dated 1968, with U. S. Army Tape, New

(see pictures on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm )

More pictures available, ask.


sold

BK. M/R ( chest 46”+, sleeve = 35 ¼”, back = 31” ), dated 1968, New

see on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#3038a___3106bk_fj_comparison



sold

BL. M/R, Dated 1972, Worn once(?), never washed,

minor stains (should wash-out – see pictures), 1 snap has minor corrosion, EC+

( The stains are mainly hidden by the lower-front flap )

See on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm )



sold


BN. M/L, Dated 1973, brass-zipper, New


350.00

BP. L/S, dated 1975, worn 1-2 times = probably to the Rifle Range as he has his 25 meters Target in the pocket, duct-tape residue on collar and inside (should be able to clean), Never washed, near-new, EC+
See on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm )


250.00


BQ. M/R ( chest = 45, shoulder to shoulder seam = 20.5, sleeve = 33.5, shoulder seam to cuff = 25 1/2“, back = 31”+ ), dated 1972, worn-once, made by John Ownbey CO., INC., Near-New



sold

BR. M/R ( chest 45, sleeve = 35 ½+, shoulder-to-shoulder = 21, back = 31 ), dated 1969, subdued tapes, 91st ID on left SSI, minor wear and stains, holes in lining(see picture), Excellent Color, EC+



325.00


BS. M/S ( chest = 45 ½+, shoulder to shoulder seam = 20.5, sleeve = 33.5, back = 29.5 ), dated 1966 (DSA 100-3378), Zinc (silver color) Zipper, subdued Army Tape, never had badges, hood has been removed, waist and hem adjustment cords missing, washed once, very-minor wear, EC+

sold


BT. M/R ( chest = 45, shoulder to shoulder seam = 21.5, sleeve = 35, back = 31.5 ), dated 1969, “WPL 5829”, Zinc (silver color) Zipper, neck label loose on 2-sides, never had badges, GI’s last name neatly written on lining, washed once, not much wear, EC+

325.00


BU. M/R ( chest = 46, shoulder to shoulder seam = 20.5, sleeve = 35.5, back = 31.5 ), dated 1974, never washed, very minor wear, extremely nice jacket, EC+

350.00


BV. M/S ( chest = 46, shoulder to shoulder seam = 21, sleeve = 35, back = 30 ), dated 1966 (DSA-100-3255), Ranger Colonel’s Jacket, NEVER Washed = as-new color, Subdued Ranger Arc and both Tapes, never had patches, subdued metal Eagles on epaulets, soiling on collar, had brown-color mud on the back (I brushed it off), many wrinkles (was in a 1,000lb bale), very-minor wear, EC+


350.00

BW. L/S ( chest = 48, shoulder to shoulder seam = 21 1/2+, sleeve = 35+, back = 30.5 ), dated 1968, Cutter’s Tags still in upper pockets, no sign of wear on collar or cuffs but the lower front has minor stains, NWSM?


400.00



UnUsual M65
BX. Medium, no date, small neck label sewn-in “left-of-center”(normal position) reads: “M-65 ARMY COLD WEATHER JACKET MEDIUM STOCK NO: 615-546-8773 RN40488 100% COTTON” ( = made by Wynn Inc., circa 1969 per the FTC website ), loose weave cotton outershell, normal RipStop OG Lining, Hood is a “QM 21718 –NOV. 26, 1951” “SPEC. No. MIL-H-11377 (QMC) PATT. DATE: JUNE 3, 1944 N.Y. Q.M.P.A.” “HOOD, JACKET FIELD AND OVERCOAT” “MEDIUM (38-40-42) STOCK NO. 7.-H-66.22-56”(missing numbers could be 6s) sewn-onto the normal OG elastic cloth and tucked into the zippered compartment like other M-65s, “SCOVILLE Glove Snaps, aluminum zippers with cast pulls/slides (no brand name), other parts look like ordinary Issue Jackets, lots of wrinkles=found in a 1,000 pound bale in a rag-mill, New
Measurements:

Chest = 42+

Shoulder seam-to-seam = 20 1/2

Sleeve = 35+

Back = 30 1/2


Inquire









3108 M-1965 OG Field JACKET & PARTs ( RVN Era = pre-1976 )





Used Condition, Common Patches and Tapes will Not be Noted
The descriptors “zinc” and “silver” have the same meaning in this section.





A. RVN M-65 Field Jacket BUTTON SET (12), RFU jacket, EC, Used


inquire

B. RVN M-65 Field Jacket Waist DRAWCORD, RFU jacket, EC, Used


Different

Prices for different lengths




C. RVN M-65 Field Jacket Hem (bottom) DRAWCORD, RFU jacket, EC, Used


Different

Prices for Different Lengths




D. RVN M-65 Field Jacket Hood DRAWCORD, RFU jacket, EC, Used


inquire

E. RVN M65 Field Jacket ZINC (silver color) ZIPPER, RFU jacket, EC, Used


Different

Prices for different lengths




F. RVN M65 Field Jacket BRASS (gold color) ZIPPER, RFU jacket, EC, Used


Different

Prices for different lengths




G. S/R, Dated 1969, EC
Chest = 41

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 19 ½+

Sleeve length = 35

Back = 31 ½


250.00

Z. M/S, dated 1969, EC
Chest = 44

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 21

Sleeve length = 35+

Back = 29 1/2


250.00

AD. S/S, dated 1968, sage green liner, zinc zipper, Tapes and left SSI removed (very minor shadows), grease stains (mainly on lower sleeves) may wash-out(?),Never Washed, Excellent color! EC
Chest = 41+

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 19 1/2

Sleeve length = 33

Back = 29+


250.00


AJ. S/R, dated 1969, small stains, minor shadow on back where a Large Patch was neatly removed, good color, GC+
Chest = 41+

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 20+

Sleeve length = 34 1/2

Back = 30

200.00


BF. S/R, Dated 1969, EC+
Chest = 42

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 19 1/2

Sleeve length = 34 1/2

Back = 30 1/2


250.00

BG. S/R, Dated 1969, sage green liner, zinc zipper, Color Merrowed-edge 69TH Infantry Brigade Left SSI, Never washed, Excellent Color, EC+
Chest = 42

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 19 1/2

Sleeve length = 34 ½+

Back = 31+

250.00


CA. M/R, dated 1969 with “silver/zinc” zipper, tapes were handsewn-on but have been neatly removed (no shadow with minor impression in cloth), 1” dark stain on left-epaulet (see pic), Excellent Color, EC+
Chest = 46

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 21+

Sleeve length = 35

Back = 31


250.00


(FIRM)

CC. M/R, dated 1967, both labels need resewn, silver/zinc zippers, never had badges, reddish stains on right sleeve(see pic), Excellent color, EC
Chest = 46

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 22

Sleeve length = 35+

Back = 31 1/2

250.00


(FIRM)

CD. M/R, dated 1968, zinc(silver) zippers, left ssi and both tapes neatly removed = very minor shadows, Minor Wear, Excellent Color, EC+
Chest = 45

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 20 3/4

Sleeve length = 33+

Back = 29+

300.00


(FIRM)

CF. M/R, dated 1973, never had badges, EC
Chest = 45

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 20 1/2

Sleeve length = 35+

Back = 31+


250.00

(FIRM)

CG. M/R, dated 1971, zinc(silver color) zipper, Subdued: NYLON Tapes and right 49th Infantry Brigade SSI, GI Field Repair on left sleeve by shoulder seam( see picture ), washed once(?), Excellent Color, EC
( I don’t understand why this jacket has a Combat 49th IB SSI )
Chest = 46

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 21

Sleeve length = 35+

Back = 31+


210.00


(FIRM)

CH. M/R, dated 1970, zinc(silver color) zipper, both tapes neatly removed, lower-label is loose on 3-sides(needs resewn), a few spots of glue(?) residue( larger ones are visible in pictures ), washed 2-3 times, Good Color, EC
Chest = 45

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 20

Sleeve length = 36

Back = 31 1/2


250.00


(FIRM)

CK. M/R, dated 1967, Subdued: Tapes and 8th ID left-SSI, zinc(silver color) zipper, has reddish-mud on sleeve/cuff, never washed, as-New Color,EC+
Chest = 46+

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 21 ½+

Sleeve length = 35 ¾+

Back = 31 1/4

300.00


(FIRM)


CL. M/L, dated 1969, stains(see pic for brownish stains on back), 2 snags (one 3/8”, see pic), excellent color, EC
Chest = 45

Shoulders (seam to seam) = 20 1/4

Sleeve length = 36+

Back = 32 1/2

255.00








3110 M-1965 OG Field JACKET ( Post-RVN Era = post-1975 )





New Condition

Except for data label, Catalog numbers 3110 and 3112 M65s are similar to numbers 3106 and 3108
Excellent for Re-Enactors





B. M/L ( chest = 46+, sleeves = 36, Shoulder seam-to-seam = 21, back = 32 1/2 ), dated 1989, New ( still in Factory Fold (inside out); Zipper Slide in the factory-fresh position )

sold


D. M/L, dated 1976 (DSA100-76-C-1003), “Man’s Field Cold Weather Coat by Alpha Industries, INC.” “RN 35569”, Stock No.: 8415-00-782-2940, NATO Size 8090/9404, wrinkled from storage, New
Measurements:

Chest = 45

Shoulder seam-to-seam = 21

Sleeve = 35 1/2

Back = 33



300.00


F. M/L, dated 1976 (DSA100-76-C-0605), “Man’s Field Cold Weather Coat by Winfield Manufacturing CO., INC.” Stock No.: 8415-00-782-2940, NATO Size 8090/9404, wrinkled from storage, New
Measurements:

Chest = 45

Shoulder seam-to-seam = 21

Sleeve = 35

Back = 32 7/8


300.00


K. L/S, dated 1977 (DSA-100-77-C-1385), “Man’s Field Cold Weather Coat by John Ownbey Company, INC.” Stock No.: 8415-00-782-2941, NATO Size 6070/0414, wrinkled from storage, New
( still in Factory Fold (inside out); Zipper Slide in the factory-fresh position )
Measurements:

Chest = 48

Shoulder seam-to-seam = 21

Sleeve = 34 1/2

Back = 30
3110K and L found together in the late-1980s, came from Fort Ord, CA, 7th Infantry Division


300.00


(FIRM)


L. L/S, dated 1977 (DSA-100-77-C-1385), “Man’s Field Cold Weather Coat by John Ownbey Company, INC.” Stock No.: 8415-00-782-2941, NATO Size 6070/0414, wrinkled from storage, New
( still in Factory Fold (inside out); Zipper Slide in the factory-fresh position )
Measurements:

Chest = 48

Shoulder seam-to-seam = 21

Sleeve = 34 1/2

Back = 30
see on Clothing page


300.00


(FIRM)








3112 M-1965 OG Field JACKET ( Post-RVN Era = post-1975 )




Used condition, Common Patches and Tapes will Not be Notated

Except for the data label, 3110/12 M65s are the same as the 3106/08 models
Excellent for Re-Enactors





C. S/R (Tag Faded), GC

100.00

E. S/L, Dated 1980, stains, GC

100.00

F. S/L, Dated 1977, stains, GC

100.00

J. S/R, Dated 1986, Color U.S. Flag on right SSI, EC

100.00

L. L/S, dated 1981, washed once, factory sewn subdued U.S. Army Tape, name tape neatly removed(very-minor shadow), 7th ID subdued patch on right SSI, very-minor wear, EC+

200.00


M. L/R (chest = 50, shoulder-to-shoulder = 22, sleeves = 36+, back = 31+ ), dated 1977, Brass zipper, very-minor wear (1 or 2 times?), Used

sold








3120 ERDL Ripstop Camo M-1965 Field JACKET (1970s Era ISSUE)





Issue M-65 made of Cotton Ripstop Material in Brown Dominant Leaf Camouflage Pattern, made by Alpha Industries in the 1970-77 Era.

Worn by: U.S. Army Airborne, USMC, USAF, and RVN Marines.

(Alpha used RN 35569 on three x OG M65 contracts that I know of:

DSA-100-68-C-1974, DSA100-74-C-1417, & DSA100-76-C-1003)

(I have searched the FTC Data Base and they have no record of this Registration

Number 35569, which is NO Surprise as it is a Government Organization)


ISSUE” confirmation email from Alpha dated 091210
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