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MISC ITEMS / Birthday Present!
« Last post by Scarecrow on October 20, 2017, 06:34:52 PM »
This arrived at my place today.  Two days after my actual birthday but close enough.  Actually it's a Happy Birthday to Me present.  It's  a 1942 GPW Jeep made by Ford not Willy's.  The Ford made jeeps are a little harder to find than the Willy's.  Fully restored (with almost 100% original parts), and road ready.  Been a "Bucket List" item for quite a while.  Thanks for looking.
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THE GAGGLE / Re: Normandy 2017
« Last post by lewis505 on October 20, 2017, 05:37:50 PM »
Lads - here's the link to the Flickr page w/ all the photos - enjoy!

https://www.flickr.com/gp/24603412@N03/5b4061

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Thank you brothers !!! I cant take credit for the face painting but the rest is my own handy work
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The detailing you have done is superb Carl...

Great work by a skilled craftsman..

Smitty
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Jean,

You are so talented.. You have done such a wonderful job telling many stories that many don't know about...

Once again well done Sis..

Smitty
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HOBBIES AND OTHER INTEREST / Re: 1/6 196th LIB Viet Nam 1972
« Last post by Rakkasan187 on October 17, 2017, 06:44:06 AM »
Great job Sis..

Thank you for sharing.. Well done and a great tribute to one of America's Heros..

Smitty
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HOBBIES AND OTHER INTEREST / 1/6 196th LIB Viet Nam 1972
« Last post by Robswashashore on October 16, 2017, 05:22:43 PM »
With many thanks to Rakkasan187, who looked at the photo of this infantryman and told me what all the stuff hanging off his rucksack was.  Our next door neighbor back in Chicagoland was a Sgt. in a mortar platoon the 196th Light Infantry Battalion.  The Chargers were one of the last ground units in Viet Nam in June 1972.  Leigh --since you told me that the box on the top probably held the mortar sight, I made an itty-bitty M81 case to put in Clint's ruck. [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]  [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]  [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]
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The Falcon was the lead ship in the attempt to rescue the S-4, which went down with all hands off Provincetown, MA in December 1927.
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HELMETS / Re: Falklands War Royal Marines Commando 'RAC' Helmet
« Last post by Jerry BB on October 16, 2017, 09:45:36 AM »
An interesting lid and good to see the period pic as well
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Well, we sold the last of the tables at the MAX show. I've had so much interest that I could have sold over 200 if I had them. I always have last minute cancellations so I do have a last minute Stand-by List. If anyone wants to get on it shoot me an email to: sdenniss@att.net

Looking forward to a good show, seeing good friends, and making some new ones.

14 days and counting,
Scott

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