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C. Medium, (Field modified: Brass Talon Zipper added to left-side-like a 2nd Pattern Trousers), Average stains, Blousers removed, small snags on back, dry-cleaning may remove some of the soiling/stains(?), Used
Measurements:

Chest (measured at the top of the right-side zipper) = 43”

Inseam = 31”


130.00








8816 WWII Tanker's Winter Combat TROUSERS




2nd Pattern Bib-Trousers, Blanket Lined, Khaki Cotton Outershell.

This Pattern has the Suspender Clips and Side Zippers.

Toilet access zipper on the Left Front. (see Doughboy to GI Book, page 113)



(none in stock)










8821 WWII Tanker's Jacket Wool Knits



WWII USGI Replacement Knits for the Tanker's Jacket ("Winter Combat Jacket")







A. Wrist Knits, Pair of Replacement Knits with a seam, New (3 in Stock)

-4-

inquire




Prices listed in this Catalog may NOT reflect Current Prices!




8860 Summer Combat Vehicle Crewman’s GLOVES




OG NOMEX Material with Black Leather Palms

(Similar to Aircrewman's Gloves but the Color is Different)


see on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/clothing.htm





F. size 9, dated 1983, New-in-Plastic-Bag

sold

H. size 7 (small to medium), dated 1980, New

55.00






8868 OG Crewman’s COVERALLS (Flame Resistant)




100% Aromatic Polymide; opening-on-back for extracting crewman from a vehicle




A. L/R, dated 1986, New

sold







8880 RVN Era OG Cloth CVC Insulating CAP




"Special Purpose" Helmet Liner for use with the Combat Vehicle Crewman’s (CVC) Helmet (see #8882 below)
( see Stanton’s Vietnam War Book, pages 34-35 )
see pics on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm





A. size 7 1/4, dated 1963, label reads: DSA-1-1596-63-C, 8415-473-6024, Outershell 100% Cotton, Hood Lining 100% NYLON, Crown Lining 100% Wool, both labels need to be re-sewn, a Red "X" was stenciled on the side to prevent a GI from buying and displaying the item, Excellent color, Used
( Red or Black “X”s were stenciled on items that had been turned-in to the Re-Utilization Organization so a GI (who had lost an item) could not go to Clothing Sales and purchase an item for $1.00 instead of signing a “Statement of Charges” and having $50.00 deducted from his monthly pay. )
( Prior to the “X”s a cloth item was maliciously destroyed by slashing/ripping/etc. so no one could use it. )

74.00


B. size 7 1/2, dated 1963, label reads: DSA-1-1595-63-C, 8415-473-6025, Outershell 100% Cotton, Hood Lining 100% NYLON, Crown Lining 100% Wool, “care” label needs to be re-sewn, Used


81.00








8881 Combat Vehicle Crewman’s (CVC) HELMET (early RVN Era)




Olive Green with: Earphones, large Mike Boom, and Audio Lead with plug

early style with the Large Mike and Audio Lead on the right-rear of Helmet

(similar to the #8882 shown in Lyles' Book, pages: 28/29)





B. dated 1963, size Large, has been repainted(normal), GC+ Rare Size and model

sold







8882 Combat Vehicle Crewman’s (CVC) HELMET & PARTs (RVN Era)




Olive Green with: Earphones, Mike and Boom, Audio Lead with plug, liner and sweatband in Good Condition
(shown in Lyles' Book, pages: 28/29)
see pics on Headgear page





B. dated 1971, size Regular, unit marked “C/1/315” (probably the 315th IR), GC+

sold

C. dated 1971, size Regular, GC+

Sold

D. dated 1971, size Regular, GC+

Sold

F. dated 1971, size Regular, GC+

Sold

G. dated 1971, size Regular, GC+


sold

H. Regular, dated 1970, label reads: Helmet, Combat Vehicle Crewman, Regular Size, Gentex Corporation, 14 July 1970 DSA100-71-C-0078, black stencil on back “C 1/315” (C/1/315th Infantry Regiment?), Good Condition plus, Used
(Manufactured in 1970, contract was post-dated for a 1971 contract; pre and post dating was a very common practice to balance the Military Budget)


150.00


J. Regular, dated 1970, label reads: Helmet, Combat Vehicle Crewman, Regular Size, Gentex Corporation, 14 July 1970 DSA100-71-C-0078, black stencil on back “C 1/315” (C/1/315th Infantry Regiment?), Good Condition plus, Used
(Manufactured in 1970, contract was post-dated for a 1971 contract; pre and post dating was a very common practice to balance the Military Budget)


151.00


K. Regular, dated 1970, label reads: Helmet, Combat Vehicle Crewman, Regular Size, Gentex Corporation, 14 July 1970 DSA100-71-C-0078, Good Condition plus, Used
(Manufactured in 1970, contract was post-dated for a 1971 contract; pre and post dating was a very common practice to balance the Military Budget)


140.00


L. Regular, dated 1970, label reads: Helmet, Combat Vehicle Crewman, Regular Size, Gentex Corporation, 14 July 1970 DSA100-71-C-0078, Good Condition plus, Used
(Manufactured in 1970, contract was post-dated for a 1971 contract; pre and post dating was a very common practice to balance the Military Budget)


141.00


M. Regular, dated 1970, label reads: Helmet, Combat Vehicle Crewman, Regular Size, Gentex Corporation, 14 July 1970 DSA100-71-C-0078, Good Condition plus, Used
(Manufactured in 1970, contract was post-dated for a 1971 contract; pre and post dating was a very common practice to balance the Military Budget)


142.00


AA. PART – Mike, Boom, and Switch Box with Audio Cord with Plug, made by “ISC” Telephonics part # SA-1552/G, Used
(Same Switch BOX as on the above Helmets, came in the same Government Re-Utilization Auction LOT so I assume it is dated circa 1969 – 1971)

40.00








8892 OG Nylon Vehicle Helmet Inner LINER




A. Size Large, Dated 1986, FSN 8415-00-134-9398, EC.

sold







8900 - 8999 U. S. Army AGGRESSOR ITEMS










Special Issue Items for the U. S. Army Aggressor Forces (1950's to Present)




Army Green Shade 255 (AG-255) Items are Original, Not Overdyed
(Labels are White indicating the Cloth was Green before the Labels were sewn-on)
(Any Overdyed Items will be Noted)
see pictures on Clothing page:











8944 Army Green shade (AG-255) Pullover SHIRTS




Pullover Shirts with: Tube sleeves, Epaulets, Grommet in lapels, Belts,

Exposed button pockets, and a 3 Button Front

sample of 3 x labels from one shirt reads:

“SHIRT, MAN’S, AGGRESSOR, GREEN 255”

“STOCK NO. 8415-823-6830”





E. medium, dated 1962, EC

inquire

F. medium, dated 1964 (no belt), small repair, GC+

inquire

H. small, dated 1964 (no belt), EC

inquire

I. medium, dated 1964, EC

inquire

K. small, dated 1962, Contract No. DSA-1-46-C-62, Aggressor patch on left pocket, an "HOUR-GLASS" shaped patch was neatly removed(it was under the Belt??), EC+
see pictures on Clothing page:

inquire














8946 Army Green Shade 255 (AG-255) 4-Pocket TROUSERS




Trousers have: Button fly, metal sliding waist tabs, cuff drawstring, and cloth waist loops for M1950 Suspenders, rear pockets have exposed button closures-no Flaps.
sample label reads:

“TROUSERS AGGRESSOR COTTON SATIN GREEN SHADE 255”







A. Medium, dated 1964, PC

inquire

B. Medium, dated 1964, repaired, GC

inquire

C. Medium, dated 1964, repaired, GC

inquire

D. Medium, dated 1964, GC

inquire

G. Medium, dated 1964, New

inquire

K. Large, dated 1962, DSA-1-49-C-62, EC

inquire







8950 Army Green Shade 255 (AG-255) Field JACKET




Similar to an M-1951 Field Jacket but Pockets have Exposed Button FLAPS

A Regular M-1951 Liner is to be used with this jacket.


Only the Top and the 2 lower glove-snaps are installed over the zipper flap, I assume this is to facilitate the use of the Zipper so you could reach your shirt pockets(?).
sample label reads:

“COAT, MAN’S, COTTON WIND RESISTANT AGGRESSOR, SATIN GREEN SHADE 255”







A. S/R, dated 1966 (DSA 100-4673), RVN Era, 2 x holes in liner, both labels need to be resewn, minor stains, minor wear, EC
see pictures on Clothing page:

inquire








8952 Green Army Shade 255 (AG-255) Field JACKET




similar to M51 except buttons are modern convex style

A Regular M-1951 Liner is to be used with this jacket.


sample label reads:

“COAT, MAN’S, COTTON WIND RESISTANT SATEEN, GREEN ARMY SHADE 255”


see pictures on Clothing page:





B. L/R, dated 1968, DSA 100-68-C-1765 made by ALPHA, minor stains will probably disappear with a cleaning (some look like toothpaste stains from being in the field), EC

sold








8990 M1 Helmet LINER for Aggressor Forces




A. dated 1983, I removed this one from it’s Government Carton (Not “Doctored-Up” by a civilian), has a crudely painted Red Star on the front and “CCCP" on the rear, below the “CCCP” is a strip of masking tape with a GI’s Name on it, sweatband is dated 1986, EC

inquire















All items listed and sold in this CATALOG are for

"COLLECTIBLE DISPLAY" ONLY!

(A "Collectible Display item” is anything a PRUDENT person

WOULD NOT USE for anything but a DISPLAY)




9000 ( for search purposes only )

9100 – 9299 Rain Gear – All Services
( also see 3800 – 3899 for Rain Gear )





9104 Local made Rain GEAR (non-issue)




Usually made from a Poncho and sometimes lined with Poncho Liner material.




A. Medium, dated 1980's ??, 3/4 Length, zipper front with a Hood.

Made from a Heavyweight OG Poncho & Camo Liner,

some rubberization is peeling off, but otherwise in GC+


sold








9140 M-1944, U.S. Army Wet Weather PARKA




Pattern dated 1/17/44, Pull-over Rubberized Parka

(see Doughboy to GI, page 95, upper-right photo)






A. Medium, dated Nov 30 1944, very supple, NWSM

(found with item 9142A)



sold







9142 M-1944 U.S. Army Wet Weather Bib Trousers




Pattern dated 1/17/44,

Rubberized with fixed suspenders, Patch Pocket on right leg, No Fly






A. Large, dated Nov 30, 1944, Very supple, NWSM

(found with item 9140A)












9152 Olive Green Duckbill PARKA (Heavyweight)




Heavyweight Rubberized Parka use with item #9154
(Stanton's: Cold War Book, page 242 & Vietnam Book, page 118)
see sample picture on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm





A. Medium, dated 1986, New




B. Small, dated 1969, stain on back, GC (RVN Era)




C. Large, dated 1982, GC




D. Large, dated 1980, GC




E. Large, dated 1980, EC




F. SMALL, dated 1969, stains, GC (RVN Era)




G. Small, dated 1980, GC




H. Large, dated 1973, Near-New (RVN Era)




I. Large, dated 1980, EC




J. Large, dated 1980, GC




T. Medium, dated 1980, New










9154 OG Bib OVERALL (Heavyweight)




Bib Trousers used with Item #9152




K. Small, Dated 1965-66, EC




L. Small, Dated 1982, GC




M. XL, Dated 1985, Near-New




N. Small, Dated 1974, stains, GC (RVN Era)




O. Medium, Dated 1979, FC




P. Large, Dated, 1969, Near-New (RVN Era)




Q. Large, Dated 1979, GC




R. XL, Dated 1979, FC




S. XL, Dated 1969, Near-New (RVN Era)










9160 OG PARKA (Lightweight)




Rubberized Parka used with Item #9162 (Replaced Item #9152)




D. Medium, Dated 1975, New (RVN Era)




E. Small, Dated 1983, New










9162 OG TROUSERS (Lightweight)




Rubberized Trousers used with Item #9160 (Replaced Item #9154)




A. Large, no date, New




B. Small, Dated 1988, New (Quantity in stock)

sold









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