Lee-Jackson Militaria


This is a New page to consolidate USA Airborne/Parachutist Items

Special Operations items will remain seperate on the  Special Forces/Ranger  page

Some Large Units will be on two pages ( example: 11th ABD and  11th AAD  )

Some Large Units like the  1st BDE(ABN)/1st CAVDIV  will only be on the RVN-1975 page

The  Vietnam  page will contain many items worn by U.S. Forces

All Regiments will be referred to as a "PIR" as I do not have the expertise/time to denote "AIRs"

New Arrival Items are listed on

the MAIN Ground page

For Selected Airborne Searches on this page:

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1st Brigade(Airborne), 1st CAVDIV        82nd Airborne        101st Airborne        173rd Airborne      

See RECONDO badges on the Special Forces/RECONDO page

Most ARVN items have been moved to the  Vietnam  page



( WWII Patches from One Collector )

Return To:       Home       Army Ground Forces Main Patch page

For Ordering information contact:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com


Training Relations and Instruction Mission

Hard to find insignia worn by a small group of U.S. and French personnel between February 1955 to April 1956

click on picture for details


WWII Commands and Corps

Airborne Command


probably never worn, been in the Green Collection, residue on back, UnUsed(?)......inquire


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scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire

1st Allied Airborne Army

made in England


First Allied Airborne Army, embroidered on felt(wool), UnUsed.........inquire

18th Airborne Corps


18th ABN Corps, very nice cream back, UnUsed.........inquire
WWII Divisions

WWII Airborne "GHOST", "PHANTOM", or "FICTITIOUS" Divisions
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9th Airborne Division

No Tab


9th Airborne Division created in 1943 to deceive the Germans prior to the D-Day Landings,scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....(sold)
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18th Airborne Division

No Tab


scrapbook residue on reverse, UnUsed.....(sold)
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partial History for the "Ghost" Units
The 14th Army was a Ghost army assembled for Operation Quicksilver as a subordinate unit of the Phantom First Army Group Commaded by George S. Patton

XXXI Corps
6th Airborne Division
9th Airborne Division
9th Armored Division
11th Infantry Division
14th Infantry Division
15th Armored Division
17th Airborne Division
18th Airborne Division
21st Airborne Division
22nd Infantry Division
39th Armored Division
46th Infantry Division
48th Infantry Division
50th Infantry Division
55th Infantry Division
59th Infantry Division
108th Infantry Division
119th Infantry Division
130th Infantry Division
135th Airborne Division
141st Infantry Division
157th Infantry Division
11th Airborne Division
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11th ABD Bullion on Felt SSI


uncommon Bullion-thread, UnUsed......inquire  
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11th ABD Combat Glider Qualification Badge

 Made in Sendai, Japan - dated 1946

with 2 Combat Landing Stars and 11th ABD DI shield

scanned at 400dpi

Glider's vertical stabilizer has been bent-over, Used......(sold)

scanned at 300dpi
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one-piece SSI on khaki


11th Airborne Division 1-piece patch, RFU, scrapbook residue on back, Used......inquire
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11th Airborne Division with Arc, UnUsed.............inquire

11th ABD Insignia sometimes purchased and worn by an individual Trooper, UnUsed........inquire

11th ABD with seperate Tab, tape has been on it for many years in a collection, UnUsed......inquire

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WWII Grouping from Khaki Shirt

RFU his Khaki shirt (no name or sn), Overseas Bars wool backing has mothing, Used..........inquire
3508CR -187th Airborne Regiment ASHTRAY

made in Occupied Japan


3508CR - does not show wear on the top or bottom, UnUsed.......(sold)
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probable partial History of the 187th Infantry Regiment
Constituted November 12, 1942 as a Glider Infantry Regiment with 2 Battalions; Activated February 25, 1943 as part of the 11th ABD
By the end of WWII the Regiment had been trained in Gliders and as Parachutists
In May of 1945, after heavy fighting retaking the Philippines, the 187th GIR expanded with a 3rd Battalion and Redesignated as a Para-Glider Infantry Regiment (PGI)
( at the same time the 188th and 674th were Redesignated Parachute Regiments )
The 187th PGI was sent to Japan as part of the 11th ABD and assigned Occupation duties; there it received it's name of "Rakkasans"

(In 1948 a New Insignia for the Regiment was authorized, this design was later used as the patch for the 187th ARCT--see above on 3508CR Ashtray)
In April 1949 the 187th returned to CONUS as part of the 11th ABD and was stationed at Camp Campbell, Kentucky
On June 30, 1949 it was Redesignated the 187th Airborne Infantry Regiment (AIR)
On August 1, 1950 the 187th AIR was Redesignated the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team (ARCT) and received supporting units
It Redeployed immediately to Japan arriving on September 20, 1950
The 187th participated in the Inchon landing and helped retake Seoul and the Kimpo Peninsula in September1950
Before Redeploying back to Japan it made two successful Combat Parachute Assaults in Korea
It arrived back in Japan on June 26, 1951; Redeployed on May 24, 1952 to the Island of Koje-do, Korea to suppress a POW Riot
It returned to Japan on October 18, 1952; Returning to Korea June 22, 1953
The 187th ARCT returned to CONUS in July 1955 to join the newly ReActivated 101ST ABD at Fort Campbell, KY
674th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion



PFAB, small dark stains on the canopy, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire
13th Airborne Division (Phantom)


13th ABD (Ghost), scrapbook residue on back, Unused.......inquire
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13th Airborne Division, Blue and Olive borders

Blue Border, no arc, Unused......(sold)

Olive Border, UnUsed.....inquire

Olive Drab Border, UnUsed.....inquire

1-piece Blue Border with Airborne Tab, UnUsed......inquire

1-piece OD Border with Airborne Tab, UnUsed......inquire

17th Airborne Division
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3 x Excellent Variations


Rare UnCut 17th ABD on Black-Twill, with Opposing Claws, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....(sold)

UnCut 17th ABD on Tan material, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire

Golden Thread SSI, small amount of red-thread on bottom-right-edge of Arc, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....inquire

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UnCut, Opposing-Claw


opposing claws, uncut on khaki material, UnUsed.....(sold)
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opposing claws, UnUsed......inquire

opposing claws, RFU, Used......inquire

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2 x Golden thread Variations


Golden Thread SSI and Arc, UnUsed......inquire

Golden Thread SSI and Tab, was hand-sewn to a shirt--thread still present, Used......inquire

82nd Airborne Division
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Both are 1-piece construction

made on OG cloth, one-piece construction, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....(sold)

1-piece, khaki edge, RFU, Used......inquire

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lots of scrapbook residue on the back, spots on the front must be from the surplus glue that was used to mount the patch(?), RFU, Used.......inquire

RFU, Used........inquire

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circa late-1940s Fort Bragg "Free Wheelers"patch

Hard to determine where to list this Roller Skating patch but it is so old I decided to put it here as the 82nd was at Ft. Bragg when this Club existed.
scanned at 240dpi

Large 7 3/4" (+/i) patch, The National Museum of Roller Skating has no record of this club, UnUsed......inquire

( If anyone remembers this club at Fort Bragg let me know, thanks! )

( stored in the site done box )
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3508DN - "We wore Jump Boots and Baggy Pants"

by John Ospital a WWII Veteran of the 505th PIR and 82nd Airborne Division

7" x 10" format

3508DN - “We wore Jump Boots and Baggy Pants” softcover book by John Ospital, 118 pages, dated 1977, author is a Veteran of the 505th PIR/82nd Airborne Division serving in WWII from 1942-45, Good Condition, Used....inquire

fact sheet came with the book
100th Airborne Division (Reserve Army)

( see WWII 100th Infantry Division insignia on the Army to WW2 page)


I don't know when this patch was made, khaki edge, UnUsed......(sold)
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partial History
The 100th Infantry Division fought in the ETO near the end of WWII
In fall of 1946, the division was reactivated in the U.S. Army Reserve as the 100th Airborne Division in Louisville, Kentucky
Redesignated 100th Infantry Division in 1952
In 1955 it was Redesignated 100th Division (Replacement Training)
Redesignated 100th Division (Institutional Training) in 1959
Still active
101st Airborne Division
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One-Piece with khaki edge


1-piece from a Veteran's Estate, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire
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RFU, minor wear, Used.....(sold)

scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......(sold)


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101st Airborne Division Arc

( made in England )

embroidered on Wool/Felt, UnUsed.....(sold)

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3508T - Battle of Bastogne Commemorative Plaque
for the 101st Airborne Division

made in Couvin, Belgium


3508T - Brass casting marked: "AIRBORNE" "NUTS" showing American and a German with their Flags, Excellent Condition, Used.....(sold)
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3508CL - WWII Brass plaque for the Battle of the Bulge

Cast to commemorate the Siege of Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944

( May have been cast in Holland=can't remember what the Veteran said )

3508CL -"NUTS", 5 1/4" (vertical),patina in the center=probably used as an ashtray, has a wall-hanger cast into the reverse side, Used.....inquire
WWII Brigades/Regiments

2nd Airborne Infantry Brigade


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partial History
2nd Airborne Infantry Brigade shpped to ETO;  It's regiments, 501st & 508th were used to augment the Airborne Divisions in Theater
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503rd Parachute Infantry


503rd PIR, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire

WWII Related Items

5496AG - Deceleration PARACHUTE for the WACO CG-4A Glider

Still in the Government shipping box!

5496AG - Complete Deceleration PARACHUTE ASSEMBLY for the WACO CG-4A Glider New-in-Opened-Government-Box!
Drawing Number 44G5495, 10' diameter, PO (33-038) 45-1464-P, Date Packed 4-18-45, made by American Lady Corset of Detroit, Michigan, Box 1182 of Case 22 or 50, Mailing Label on Box (it was sent to Northwestern Aeronautical Corporation on Minnehaha Avenue in Saint Paul, Minnesota, AAF APO 465), Rubber Bands have deteriorated and UnUsable, New-in-Opened-Government-Box, UnUsed

( also linked from: Flight Gear and Army Gear pages )

Disregard "Dollar VALUE" on label

Ripcord is still in it's Brown Paper Bag

The image on the canvas above the bottom grommet is a reflection from the camera's flash

Parachute LOG Book and the Army/Navy "AN" Inspector's stamp above

Mailing Label, going to AAF APO 465

Box was opened on 1-end
Parachutist's Basic Badge WWII

 embossed "STERLING" with PinBack and roll lock

Excellent Condition, Used......inquire

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Glider Badge with European style pinback

British made (possible chance it is Australian made)

scanned at 300dpi


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ParaGlider Badge by GEMSCO

Unauthorized design from WWII

both pics scanned at 300dpi

PinBack by GEMSCO of New York, good detailing on wings, minor use-if any, Used.......(sold)

( I understand this design was first made in England(?) )
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Screwback Parachutist's Collar Device

scanned at 300dpi

factory made, square-shoulder on screw so it will not rotate on the disc, Used......inquire

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1st Airborne Task Force


embroidered on white felt, Unused.....(sold)
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2", UnUsed.....inquire
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Parachute Artillery and Engineer Garrison Cap Badge


Badge is stiff from the glue/paper residue, was mounted to a green-paper board, UnUsed.....inquire
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Enlisted Garrison Cap ParaGlider Cloth Badges

Left - From a 17th ABD/USAAC Veteran, UnUsed............inquire

Center - UnUsed.......inquire

Right - Used........inquire

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silkscreened on felt

3 5/8" to outside of borders, UnUsed.....inquire
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Enlisted Garrison Cap ParaGlider Cloth Badge


puckered on border (maybe from the glue used in the Green Collection), UnUsed.....inquire
see Related Items:
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2250 - Invasion Armbands

see Army Gear page for details
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4260B - Machete Sheath

as shown in "D-Day Paratroopers book, page 87

see Weapons page for details
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5496AB - Cut from a 1944 Canopy


Paratrooper's Neckscarf and Helmet Cover- see Flight Gear page
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5496AD - WWII White Cargo Parachute

see Flight Gear page
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8508D - Wrist Compass used by Airborne Troops and others

see on Equipment page
U/I Mystery Items from WWII era

UI#250.  Yellow on Blue AIRBORNE Arc, looks WWII era?


2 5/16" wide, older looking Tab, been on a wooden plaque or etc. as it has splinters of wood glued to the back

The arc is the same as the top of a 2nd INF BDE airborne patch but hangs over 1/8" on each side of the 2nd SSI
Arc fits well on a WWII "Airborne Command" red patch but hangs over 1/8"
almost fits the arc of a 13th ABD patch
Will not fit a USAAF basic ssi...arc is wrong

1950 to early Vietnam

XVIII Airborne Corps

Strategic Army Corps


Motto "Skilled, Tough. Ready Around the Clock"
( not sure when this motto was introduced )



The Term "STRACed-away" or "STRAC Trooper", meant a Soldier that never got his ass chewed out by his Top for being slovenly.
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partial History
STRAC was an Additional Mission assigned to the XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, NC in 1958
Other Units designated as a "STRAC" Force:
1st Line Divisions: 4th ID and 101st ABD
Back-Up Divisions in case of War: 1st ID amd 82d ABD
5th Logistic Command would provide logistic support
18th ABN Corps Artillery would provide Artillery Control
USAF would provide Airlift Assests

1950 to early-RVN Divisions

11th Airborne Division

11th ABD stationed at Camp (later Fort) Campbell from 1949 - 1956 when it did a Gyroscope Rotation to Germany in April
see below for more history

( for Division Patches from the Fort Benning era (1960s) see  11th Air Assault Division  )
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3508BQ - 11th Airborne Division SCARF

Exercise Snow Fall at Camp Drum, New York circa 1952

3508BQ - 26" square scarf, Excellent Condition, Used......inquire
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511th Parachute Infantry Regiment

511th PIR Oval with Wool/Felt center, must have had a Pinback as the holes are close together and very large, Used........(sold)

Oval with Sterling marked Jump Wing, Used......(sold)
( wing has long and slim posts ("nails");  Asian made? )

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511th Parachute Infantry Regiment Ovals

pre-1958 insignia

Oval with cheesecloth backing, UnUsed......65.00

with embroidered Parachutist's Badge, Used.......50.00

Blue-edge with embroidered Jump Wing, Used........65.00

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11th ABD with his 1st Pattern SP4 Stripes, removed from Khaki Shirt, Used............inquire
(SSI & Arc may date back to the 1940s(?))

11th Airborne Division 1-piece patch, has 3-vertical stitch lines, RFU, used......inquire
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3 x Variations of 1950s Insignia

1-piece with exposed khaki backing material, UnUsed......(sold)

one-piece with exposed khaki backing, UnUsed......inquire

1-piece fully embroidered, UnUsed......(sold)

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11th Airborne Division's Jump School Badges

School located at Augsburg, Germany 1956 - 1958

Patch IDs were on the reverse-side when I purchased them several years ago in Kentucky


Larger (3" x 4 7/8")  "AIRBORNE" patch was sewn to the back of a Black Jacket worn by the Cadre, German made, UnUsed......inquire

Basic Parachutist's Badge, Instructors worn it on the left front of a Black Windbreaker, made in Germany, UnUsed......inquire

Senior Parachutist's Badge, worn on the left-front of a Black Windbreaker by Instructors, made in Germany, UnUsed......inquire

Master Parachutist's Badge, Cadre wore these patches on the left front of a Black Windbreaker Jacket, German made, UnUsed......inquire

"Commando" patch, made in Germany, Unknown Usage, UnUsed......inquire
( if you have information on who wore this patch, email Jack@LJMilitaria.com  )

Similar patches worn on Black Windbreakers by the Cadre at the Mainz Jump School run by the 8th ID's Airborne Brigade
( see a Black Windbreaker style Jacket being worn by an Instruction on http://www.usarmygermany dot com/Sont.htm )
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127th Airborne Combat Engineer Battalion


127th A/B CBT ENG BN, UnUsed........(sold)
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partial 11th ABD History
11th ABD arrived in the Augsburg-Munich area of Germany in April 1956 as part of Operation Gyroscope
Ran a Jump School in Augsburg, Germany, 1956-1958
11th ABD Redesignated 24th Infantry Division in July 1958 while stationed in Germany
With the arrival of 504th and 505th ABN Units(1st ABN Group) the Airborne School (formerly run by the 11th ABD) was assigned to the 8th ID in late-1958

Parachute Infantry Units assigned to the 11th in Germany:
187th at Augsburg  
502nd at Augsburg    
503rd at Munich  
504th at Augsburg  
505th at Augsburg  

  82nd Airborne Division
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One-Piece from same Veteran

removed from his tube-sleeve OG-107s

1-pc, RFU, Used......inquire

one-piece, RFU OG-107 tube sleeve, Used.....inquire

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 3290H - White 82nd ABD General Ridgeway Cap

possibly for Honor Guard?

3290H - approximate size 7, WHITE color cap with 82nd Airborne Division insignia made of a very-soft white cotton material, leather sweatband, snag on side, minor soiling, Used.....inquire

( also on: Army Gear and Headgear pages )
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82nd Airborne Division SSI

one-piece Shoulder Sleeve Insignia - embroidered on OG cotton cloth


circa 1950s to early-1960s 1-piece, UnUsed......(sold)
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RFU, Used.......inquire
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LTC's Grouping from his Overcoat


Lieutenant Colonel's Patch and Rank, I removed the group from a 1950's Sateen OG Overcoat(EM style coat), Used.......inquire
( a Special Forces SSI on the left sleeve; the 82nd ABD was a Combat SSI )
One-Piece 82nd SSI/Tab, UnUsed.......inquire
( this patch pictured on the right, is from a different veteran )

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Airborne Command and Control

I assume this is from the 1950s to early-1960s


101st Airborne Division
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3508DF -  Gas Cigarette Lighter, made in Japan



3508DF - 101st Airborne Division Penquin Lighter, engraved ‘FORT CAMPBELL KENTUCKY’, Used.....inquire
1950 to early-RVN


I think in this era the Airborne Infantry Regiments were known by 2 names:
-Parachute Infantry Regiment
-Airborne Infantry Regiment
I do not have the expertise to differentiate - so some of the unit names may be wrong.

Older Officer's Infantry Branch Insignia

187th and 503rd PIRs - older style with large rifle stocks  

187th Parachute Infantry Regiment, UnUsed....(pair).......inquire

503rd Parachute Infantry Branch Insignia, UnUsed....(pair).......inquire

503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment Branch insignia, UnUsed....(will sell as singles)......inquire
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187th Regimental Combat Team

circa August 1950 - 1956

1950s khaki edge, UnUsed.......inquire

1950s blue edge, scrapbook residue on back, Unused.....inquire

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187th PIR/AIR partial History
Designated 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team(ARCT) August 1, 1950 at Fort Campbell
Relocated to Japan in September 1950
Saw Combat service in Korea to include Combat Parachute assaults
Returned to Ft Campbell in 1955; Redesignated in 1956 into 3 Battle Groups and joined the: 11th, 82nd, and 101st ABDs
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187th Parachute Infantry Regiment

Ne Desit Virtus = Let Valor Not Fail

187th PIR (gray), scrapbook residue on back, 1960s cut-edge, Unused......inquire

187th PIR (white), scrapbook residue on back, 1960s cut-edge, Unused.....Inquire

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112th and 307th Airborne Engineer Battalions

112th ABN ENG BN, UnUsed.....inquire

307th ABN ENG BN "INJUNEERS", UnUsed......inquire

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501st Parachute Infantry Regiment


501st PIR "GERONIMO", gauze backing, UnUsed.....inquire
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503rd PIR - old style and "THE ROCK" design patches

503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment old design, UnUsed.....inquire

503rd later design "THE ROCK" (meaning Corregidor Island, PI), older mesh backing, UnUsed......(sold)

503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, circa 1945 (2nd design) "THE ROCK", gauze back, Unused.....inquire

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508th Parachute Infantry Regiment



508th Airborne Regiment, UnUsed......inquire
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511th Parachute Infantry Regiment  - WWII and later style


511th PIR WWII design, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....inquire

 511th later-style design, gauze backing, UnUsed.....inquire

1950 to early-RVN
Airborne Related Items

Army Parachutist Badge, fine feathering

These maybe older than 1950(?)


Thin construction, has 5 x "Lotus-blossom-like" stamped on each "shoulder" of the wings(these can be seen from the reverse side also), Used......(sold)

long, sharp, nails have been covered with Scotch tape to protect the scanner glass
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VII Corps LRRP Company (Airborne), Japan made
( Moved to SF/LRRP page )
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7th Airborne Ranger Company


I believe this is a collector's copy but collectible in it's own right, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.......inquire
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Mainz Jump School

German made

Parachutist's School ran by the Army in Germany, UnUsed.....(sold)

( by the early 1960s this school was closed as Army/Air Force personnel attended the German School that used the NORD Atlas aircraft )
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Herringbone Twill Parachutist's Badges

Basic Jump Nadge, HBT, UnUsed............inquire
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early-RVN Advisor's Master Jump Badge

SF Veteran was in-Country in the early-1960s; also had some "square-cornered" Poncho Liners


Hand-embroidered on HBT, RFU, Used......inquire
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Senior Parachutist's Badge

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Rigger's Qualification Badge

image "silkscreened" onto a very-thin material

3 7/16" wide, unknown usage, UnUsed........inquire
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Parachutist's Badges on Black cloth

Embroidered on very thin material - material is similar to surgical/medical tape

( from same Collection as the 2 x white-on-black ovals below - Possibly for Jump Instructors )

Basic Jump Badge, Unused.....inquire

Senior Parachutist's Badge, UnUsed.....inquire

Master Paratrooper's cloth badge, Unused....inquire

large 7 1/4" backpatch Oval

( could have been worn by 11th ABN/24th ID/8th ID(ABN) Jump School Cadre in Germany )

( both insignia from same collection as above 3 x badges )


3 7/8", could be Asian made, UnUsed........inquire

7 1/4", probably German made, UnUsed......inquire

( both came from a very-large Airborne Collection )
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Velvet Panel "Static Line" patch

4 3/16" (horizontal), fine-mesh cheesecloth on back(German style?), UnUsed......inquire

( came from a large ABN collection )
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Golden Knights

Army Parachute Team


4 3/16" (vertical), harness rub, RFU, Used.......inquire

( the"rub" is similar to damage done to insignia removed from the chest area of USAF pilot's flight suits )

 RVN to 1975 Era

Commands and Corps

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Company D, 17th Infantry Regiment (LRP)


Long Range Patrol for V Corps circa May 15, 1967 - February 21, 1969 then ReDesignated A Company 75th Rangers


4 3/8"(vertical), it was stored folded and developed a pucker from mis-storage, UnUsed.......inquire

( possibly made in Germany but the craftsmanship does not appear to be from Germany )

RVN Era Division/Brigade

 1st Cavalry Division

1st Brigade(Airborne), AIRBORNE ARC made in Vietnam

These items were NOT found together - depicted together to show how the ARC was worn

"AIRBORNE" Tab, Vietnam made, UnUsed.......inquire

(see 1st Cavalry Division page/section if you need an Issue subdued SSI)
1st Battalion(Airborne), 8th Cavalry Regiment,
1st BDE(Airborne), 1st CAVDIV

ReDesignated "Airmobile Infantry" in November 1966 after it was determined Airborne qualification would not be needed in Vietnam.

Hand embroidered in Vietnam


the "battalion bar" is a little-off but that is normal for Viet made patches, never sewn-on but has had a jump badge on it, Used.......inquire

 82nd Airborne Division

82nd Airborne Division with Reverse Colors

UnCommon Variation - never seen one like it


embroidered on white twill material, made in Vietnam, Unused......inquire
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82nd ABD one-piece with OG edge

1-pc with OG CE, Unused......(sold)

red edge on SSI with blue-edge Arc, UnUsed.......inquire

red-edge SSI with blue-edge Tab, Used......inquire

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Vietnam made flat-Tab


RVN made, Unused.....inquire
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82nd Airborne Division with flat TAB, made in Japan

residue on back, UnUsed.......inquire
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1960's Cut-edge Subdued 82nd SSI and Arc


Uncommon 1960s Cut-edge Subdued 82nd, UnUsed........inquire

82nd 2-piece, upper-right damaged when removed from the shirt, Used........inquire
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82nd ABD 4" PX style patch

both of these could be older than the RVN Era

embroidered on felt, very-pliable and has a cheesecloth backing, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire

Dark Blue Felt Oval, UnUsed.....inquire
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 Blue Merrowed edge

Usage unknown - any ideas?


pig-tails cutoff, UnUsed.......inquire

longest pigtails I have ever seen, UnUsed.......inquire

"AA" not very well done at the factory, UnUsed.......inquire

( left patch came with the 1st Cavalry Blue-Border, only difference the 82nd looks like it was a Cut-edge. 1st CAVDIV patch was a Merrowed-Edge )

( center and right patches came together from a large Airborne Collection )

Hand-embroidered, Quilted style


above average quality for a Vietnam made patch, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......inquire

82nd Military Intelligence Detachment (Airborne Division)


82nd MI DET (ABN DIV) Pocket patch, UnUsed.....inquire
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possible C Company, 307th Airborne Engineer Battalion

Large "INJUNEER" patch made in Vietnam - anyone know the ID of this patch?

( also listed as a possible 101st Aviation Battalion patch )


possible C/307th ABN ENG BN/82nd ABD, RFU (still has some of the OG Rigger's stitch threads), Unused......inquire
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Reconnaissance Platoon
1st Battalion/505th Parachute Infantry Regiment
3rd Brigade/82nd Airborne Division


505th PIR "RECON", made in Vietnam, Unused.......inquire
7936LP - 82nd Airborne Division Combat SSI

click on picture
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3508BX and BZ - 82nd Airborne Division in the DOMREP

from the same Veteran

3508BX -dated 1965, lots of pictures and verbage on the different units in the DOMREP, been dropped on 1-corner=otherwise in Good Condition, Used....inquire

3508BY - “Dominican Crisis 1965 – 1966” softback BOOK by Frank Walsh, 50+/- pages, over 300 pictures, good quality photos, tells the story of the Organization of American States (OAS) invasion of the DOMREP to restore order, Used....inquire
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82nd Airborne Division, 3rd Brigade VIETNAM

1 1/2" Named coin

Only 82nd coin I have owned; I had a similar coin for the 101st ABD from Vietnam

scanned at 266dpi

3rd BDE/82nd ABD "NOTHING IS DEARER THAN LIFE BUT NOTHING IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN TO LIVE IT IN FREEDOM", first and last neatly engraved on arc, Used......inquire
Operation Urgent Fury - OCTOBER 25-30, 1983


The Island of Grenada is 5 5/16" long

OG edge, black PELON on back, scrapbook residue on back, very pliable for a modern patch, UnUsed......(SOLD)
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Operation Urgent Fury, GRENADA

Large Beret FLASH style patch, with multi-Service emblems


scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....inquire
82nd ABD Groupings
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1-Piece, OG edge, SSI

Uncommon Embroidered Name Tape

RFU cotton shirt, hard-to-find-embroidered color Name Tape, Used......inquire
( one-side of the Arc was torn from the SSI while being removed )
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3508CP - 82nd MI Interrogator's Shirts

PFC and SP4 Stripes removed; Officer's "US" collar devices sewn-on

( can be sold seperate )


3508CP - 3 x shirts from the 1960s, 2 are from the same Veteran--all found together, Used.......inquire

( serious buyers ask for details on the shirt you want - Veteran's name, only to the buyer! )


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7850AC - Colonel’s OG-107 with 82nd & 101st SSIs


7850AC - Probably a Medium (labels faded-out), Subdued Colonel’s rank and Infantry Branch cloth insignia, Subdued merrowed-edge: Left SSI 82nd Airborne Division with AIRBORNE Tab and combat 101st Airborne Division SSI with Tab, Pathfinder badge on left-pocket, CIB, Master Parachutist’s Badge, local made Name Tape and Issue Army Tape, Excellent Color and Condition, still starched, Used.....inquire  

A similar shirt is on the U.S. Military Forum – I can find no history on this O-6

(also in 101st ABD section)
101st Airborne Division

101st Airborne Division (101st ABD) Distinctive Insignia

possibly older that the RVN era, has a pinback with a rolling lock, never had a tab

scanned at 300dpi

1 1/4" x 1 1/4" (at widest points), Used.......inquire
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click on picture for details
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Air Ambulance Platoon, 326th Medical Battalion

supported the 101st

for details, click on picture
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101st Airborne Division "AIRBORNE" Tab, made in Vietnam, UnCut

UnCut & UnUsed.......inquire

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 made in Thailand

scanned at 300dpi

  Airborne Tab (Arc),  UnUsed........inquire
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101st ABD Long Range Patrol Scroll

made in Vietnam, Unused.......inquire

Extremely well-made, cut-edge 101st Pocket Hanger


Issue cut-edge SSI and tab, pocket hanger made in Vietnam, worn a few times, Used.......(sold)
Cut-Edge - in "USED" Condition

these were found together - NO made-up pairs

Group One

1-piece, Used.........(sold)

Blue-edge, Used......inquire


Blue-edge, Used.....(sold)

Blue-edge, came from an AG-44 Coat, Used.....inquire

Khaki-edge, Used.......inquire

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Cut-Edge - in New "UnUsed" Condition
found together - NO made-up sets

Group Two

Blue-edge, UnUsed.........inquire

Blue-edge, UnUsed.........inquire

Blue-edge, UnUsed.........inquire

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Group Four

Velvet Panel "Fort Campbell" SSIs

( some people claim these were made in the RVN....I don't think so.....I prefer the "FT Campbell" label )

Velvet Panel, removed from a Dress Green coat, Used.......inquire

Velvet Panel, UnUsed........(sold)

RFU Velvet Panels - one with White Gauze backing

Black gauze backing RFU, Used......inquire

White gauze (never seen one), RFU, glue residue on back, Used.....inquire

"mirrored" paired in-country made SSIs


101st ABD "mirrored" patches made in the same Vietnamese Shop, UnUsed.......inquire

( left-patch is for the current-unit assignment (Left SSI); Right-patch is the Combat )
101st ABD Pocket Hanger & Cam Ranh Bay, RVN

Made in Vietnam


local made on unusual Black material (has lines similar to twill), Pocket Hanger, UnUsed......inquire

local made CRB,RVN, scrapbook residue on back, minor black stains near the bottom of "Old Abe's" neck, UnUsed........inquire

( "Old Abe", the Eagle,  was the mascot of C Company, 8th Wisconsin Infantry in the Civil War; his name and the 101st met in the 1920s in Wisconsin )
101st Airborne Division

Made in Japan on black twill

No Tongue = good variant


1-piece tongueless Eagle, UnUsed.......(sold)

( stored in gray cabinet )

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101st Grouping

from an OG-107 shirt, RVN 1960s era, Used.......inquire

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1LT LOPEZ's Grouping

removed form a 1964 dated OG-107 shirt

starch and stitch threads still present, shirt was heavily damaged at the rag-mill, Used.......inquire
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101st Pilot's Grouping

RFU, merrowed-edge SSI & Tab, Used.......inquire
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101st Skydivers Grouping

This grouping could be from the 1950s to early RVN Era

printed patch ( folded-over edges = similar to SEA made patches ) "WE FLY THE HAPPY DO 27 KEULER KONSORTIUM" and "FSG AERO-CLUB STUTTGART" patch is typical German made, both patches RFU Field Jacket, Used....(pair)......inquire

( I think his Field Jacket was a model M1951 )
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1964 - 1966 Officer's Grouping

D22 Sterling with "Jandy" clutchbacks, Used.......(sold)

D22 Sterling with Japan made clutchbacks, Used........(sold)

"HLP" "Ster." "G-I" Senior Parachutist's Badge, Used.....54.00
( hard to read the "HLP", the "H" might be an "A" (?) )

prefer to sell as a Group

101st ABD Blue-edge SSI and Tab
I believe the Oval is a 101st HQS unit or attached unit
DI has no value but a good example of what is Vintage for the '64-'66 era
Inquire for price

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Sergeant Vergunst Grouping - from OG-107 shirt


blue-edge SSI, RFU from an OG-107 shirt, Used.......inquire
4110L & K - 101st ABD LRRP Veteran's Boonies
( both K and L have sold - other T/S boonies on Head Gear page )
7848AG - M1947 Pattern SFC/PSG's Shirt


7848AG - Small (Chest = 42, sleeve = 33.5, across shoulders = 20, shoulder to cuff = 23+), dated 1959 (December 4, 1956, DA-36-343QM(CTM)-3377-OI-806-C-59), stock number 8405-266-8063, washed 4-5 times (Excellent Color), Color 1-piece cut-edge 101st Airborne Division left SSI, Subdued Issue Sergeant First Class(Platoon Sergeant) Stripes, subdued: CIB, Senior Junp Badge, Tapes, Used......inquire

stamped neck label
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7850AC - Colonel’s OG-107 with 82nd & 101st SSIs


( see below in 82nd ABD section )
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7930FH - 101st ABN DIV Jungle Shirt

( see on Clothing page )
47120V - 101st Airborne Division Book, circa late-1965

Veteran wrote his Name, SN, Unit, and etc. neatly in the book

( front of book damaged - right pic is probably what most of the cover looked like? )

47120V - 101st Airborne Division “SCREAMING EAGLES” Year BOOK circa late 1965, last date I noticed in the book was March of 1965, cover is messed-up (see pic) but the rest of the book is in 75%+ overall condition, I thumbed-through it and did not see any damage or sticky pages, 296 pages, Used.....inquire

Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 327th Parachute Infantry Regiment

signed page by the Veteran
 1/501st Parachute Infantry Regiment
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1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment


probably not a common patch


"CAMP EAGLE RVN", rust stain from a collector's staple, UnUsed.......inquire
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'RPFB" (?), hand-embroidered in Vietnam, Unused.....inquire

( Anyone know what "RPFB" expands to? )
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Raiders Platoon, D Company, 2nd Battalion,
501st Parachute Infantry Regiment

In September 1967 Delta Company was formed, from mostly non-Infantry men, to round-out the 2nd Battalion when the 101st ABD was notified for deployment to Vietnam.
The name "Raiders" was adopted after men from Delta were accused of "raiding" other units for equiptment/gear which they could not procure through normal channels.
Delta's Insignia was designed during Christmas of 1967 while they were at Cu Chi, RVN.
Delta went to Vietnam in December 1967 with 168 men; by April 1968 only 16 Original members of the Company were still present for duty.


D/2/501, 101st Airborne Division,Vietnam made, UnUsed........inquire
Was the "Raiders Platoon" the RECON Section for Delta Company?

2nd Battalion, 327th PIR "HAWK RECON" Scroll

made in Vietnam, UnUsed.......inquire

1st Brigade Raider Force Scroll


Vietnamese Made, UnUsed........inquire

One-piece 101st A/B Division SSI/Tab, UnUsed..........inquire

( I display Scrolls above the Unit Patch whenever possible to show how they were worn )
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58th Infantry Platoon (Scout Dog) SCROLL, 3rd Brigade

U.S. made scroll worn by the unit when they arrived in-country in February 1968
Worn until they converted to the Color version to match the 101st's policy of wearing a Color SSI even in combat.
This scroll was worn above the color 101st ABD's SSI

RFU, made in USA, Used......(sold)

partial History
The 58th IPSD formed at Fort Benning in September 1967 and shipped to Vietnam in February 1968
The unit wore the subdued scroll until circa February 1969 when color scrolls were ordered from a supplier in Texas
Assigned to the 3rd BDE the Platoon served in 10 Campaigns and was stood-down in July 1971
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3rd Battalion "RECON", 187th Parachute Infantry Regiment

3rd BN RECON, 187th PIR, 101st ABD (Airmobile), Vietnam made, UnUsed.....inquire

( 2nd BN, 506th PIR moved below )

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2nd Battalion "RECON"
502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment

2nd Battalion "SNIPPER"
502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment

2nd BN RECON, 502nd PIR, 101st ABD (Airmobile), Vietnam made, UnUsed.....inquire

2nd BN "SNIPPER", 502nd PIR, Vietnam made, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....inquire
( "SNIPPER" should read SNIPER, common mistake by the Viet tailor shops )

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2nd Battalion "RECON", 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment

2/506/101st ABD, made in Vietnam, scrapbook residue on back, Unused......inquire

2nd BN, 506th PIR, Viet made, scrapbook residue on back, Unused......inquire

A Company, 3rd Battalion, 506th PIR "BUSHMASTERS"

A/3/506th PIR/101st ABD, made in Vietnam, Unused......inquire
101st Airborne Division Recruiter's Insignia

1960s Screaming Eagles Recruiter's Pocket Patch
"Airborne" arc probably left-off as it would have been covered by the right pocket flap




 border fraying on left(damage from maker), UnUsed......inquire

( no one I have checked-with has ever seen one of these )
101st ABN DIV

U.S. patent # 2,881,608 (= 1959), VU-Lighters by Scripto were poplular in the 1960s, the 101st Insignia shows on both sides, plastic fluid tank is milky from wear(common),
in Good Used Condition................inquire

( stored in "site done" box )
 101st Airborne Division, 3rd Brigade RECON School


"ABN" misspelled, made in Vietnam, Unused......inquire

570th Army Postal Unit

"WETSU" = We Eat This S..t Up!


"AIR MAIL" tab, 570th APU, made in Vietnam, UnUsed..........(sold)
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570th APU Hand-embroidered 101st ABD Eagle's Head on MACV SSI

One of the highest qualtiy patches made in Vietnam


Larger HE patch, the "570" is superposed on the "APU" letters, UnUsed.....inquire
 101st ABD Air Assault (Air Mobile) Badge

Badge Designed circa 1971 in Vietnam (see below)
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embossed 1/20 S.F., hallmarked "G-23" (Ira Green)


Air Assault Badge, Used.......inquire
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Air Assault (Airmoblie) Badge,
Older larger size badge

larger 1 7/8" older badge, UnUsed.....inquire

Larger size, RFU, after washing it is 1 13/16", Used......inquire
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Regulation Size

Color badges must be early as the Army-wide wearing of subdued badges was mandated circa 1971(?)

color UnCut badges, Unused......inquire

brownish looking cloth is actually OG, UnUsed.......inquire

subdued, UnUsed......inquire
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Used Condition Air Assault Badges - Regulation size

RFU, Used.....inquire

( If you need one, state the ROW and Column......top-row middle or etc.)
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Large Velvet panel Air Assault Insignia

older backpatch has the velvet backing cloth like some "Fort Campbell" 101st ABD velvet SSIs


modern 4 5/8" insignia circa 1990s, UnUsed.......inquire

6 3/4" velvet panel insignia, older plastic backing could be from the 1970s, Unused.......inquire
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partial History of the Air Assault(Airmobile) Badge

NOTE: There are conflicting dates on when the following actions took place so be prepared for arguments.  I presented the information, you fight it out with your buddy.

The 101st ABD had been ReDesignated 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) in 1968 while serving in Vietnam
The Airmobile Badge (shown above) was Designed circa 1971 by an Officer in the 101st while serving in Vietnam
This Badge was approved for local wear within the 101st Airborne Division April 1, 1974
Also on April 1, 1974 the 3rd Brigade's jump status was terminated (this BDE was madeup of many Veterans of the 173rd ABN BDE after it stood-down
ReDesignated 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) October 4, 1974.  
The Air Assault Badge(formerly known as the "Airmobile Badge") was approved January 18, 1978 for Army-wide wear by individuals who successfully completed Air Assault training after 1 April 1974.

See the Original Design Air Assault Badge in the 11th Air Assault Division(TEST)  section
see these links for 101st ABD Support Units
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2nd Brigade Aviation

callsign "BRANDY"

Items made in Vietnam and removed from same Jungle Shirt

click on picture for details
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265th Radio Research Company

Direct support ASA Company

click on picture for details
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A/158th AVN BN

click on picture
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D/3/5 Air Cavalry "ASSASSINS"

supported 101st ABD, post-1971

click on picture for more details
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A/377th Aerial Rocket Artillery


click on picture for details
5/6th Cavalry "TRINH-SAT"


Anyone know the ID for this patch - It is listed on the Vietnam page
173rd Airborne Brigade

173rd ABN BDE, "UnUsed" Condition, cut-edge SSI & Tab set

BLUE-EDGE ARC, UnUsed Condition.......inquire

blue edge tab, UnUsed........inquire

Blue edge ARC, white fleck on the blue was on the scanner-not on the SSI, UnUsed.....inquire

blue-edge TAB, Unused....inquire

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173rd ABN BDE, "Used" Condition, cut-edge SSI & Tab pair

Removed-from-Uniform(RFU), Used......inquire

Blue-edge TAB, Used.....inquire

blue-edge ARC, Used.....inquire

RFU, Used......inquire

Vietnam Hand-embroidered

( First Army COMBAT unit to serve in Vietnam - arrived in 1965 )

Cut-edge Arc and SSI, UnUsed......(sold)

cut-edge, RFU, Used......inquire

Vietnam made, one-piece hand-embroidered, storage marks, UnUsed........inquire

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 173rd Airborne Brigade Merrowed-edge(ME) Issue SSIs

New-in-the Government Box, dated September 1966!
date on box really blows a hole in the theory that the Army's Issue ME patches dated from the 1968 era
( I purchased this box in Texas several years ago )

Issue merrowed-edge SSI, New-in-box dated 1966, UnUsed...(each)....23.00

see   199th LIB   information to corroborate this info
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173rd Airborne Brigade Pocket Hanger, made in Vietnam


 173rd ABN BDE, partially hand-embroidered (the border is machined) in the Republic of Vietnam, UnUsed.....inquire
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Made in Japan


one-piece 173rd ABN BDE, UnUsed......(sold)
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173rd Airborne Brigade

Made in Japan


small (2 5/8") 1-piece, UnUsed.......(sold)

( stored in gray cabinet )
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Vietnam made insignia


Viet made, UnUsed.....inquire
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cut-edge Issue SSIs & Arc

Green Border Tab and SSI NOT found together - put together for display only

Issue Green Border Arc, UnUsed......(sold)

left Black Border SSI, with scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed....inquire

right SSI, someone wrote "T5" on the back and it bled through(upper-left), UnUsed.....inquire

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Anyone know any History on the left patch?

Black-on-White Unusual 173rd patch, made in Vietnam,has a paper-backing, UnUsed.......inquire

embroidered on felt, Vietnam made, Unused......inquire

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1-piece: U.S. First Pattern

Army 1st Pattern one-piece Issue, RFU, Used.......inquire

Japan made, RFU, Used............(sold)

Made in Vietnam, RFU, Used......inquire

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probably made in Germany

( never seen a patch constructed like this one, resembles some USAF patches made in Germany )


was hand-sewn to a Jacket(AG-44?), never washed, Used......inquire
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partial History
173d Airborne Brigade (Separate) was activated in 1963 on Okinawa March 26, 1963
The "Sky Soldier" Brigade was the first Army Combat unit sent to the RVN in May 1965
Brigade was Deactivated January 14, 1972 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Reactivated June 12,  2000 at Vicenza, Italy
Served(ing) in Iraq
Vietnam made Beercan DIs

post-backs, no vintage clutches available

173rd Airborne Brigade, Used............inquire

173rd ABN BDE, White Wing, Used.............inquire

"stubby" wing, Used...........inquire
39th Scout Dog Platoon

Hand-embroidered, Vietnamese made Airborne Tab with SSI, UnUsed........inquire

Brigade's 39th Scout Dog Platoon, one-piece construction, Asian made, scrapbook residue, UnUsed.........(sold)

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Vietnam made Scrolls

( left scroll and patch sold )

 Hand-embroidered UnCut 39th Scout Dog Platoon Scroll,  UnUsed.....inquire

Issue 173rd Airborne Brigade SSI (patch) and Airborne Tab, both Cut-edge,  UnUsed.....inquire

173rd Airborne Brigade, Headquarters OVAL

Hand-embroidered in Vietnam with cross-hatching


Vietnam made, UnUsed.........inquire
HHC Jump Ovals hand-embroidered in Vietnam

with embroidered Jump Badge

crosshatched hand-embroidery with Basic ParaBadge, UnUsed.......inquire

hand-embroidered with Basic Jump Badge, UnUsed.......inquire

OVAL HE in Vietnam with Jump Badge, Unused......inquire

173rd Airborne Brigade, Engineer Company, Jump OVAL

UnCut Hand-embroidered with Jump wing


173rd ABN BDE ENGR CO Jump OVAL, UnCut, UnUsed.......inquire

( IDs from the Guide to Flash & Ovals book by Scott Hughes, page 4-1 & Barry Stein's large Book, PLATE 78 )
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D Company, 16th Armor (Airborne AntiTank) - Jump OVAL

D/16th Armor (Airborne AntiTank)/173rd ABN BDE Parachutist's Oval - embroidered in Vietnam

Green and Gold colors are reversed - some tailor put the Jump Wing on upside-down

scanned at 300dpi

Vietnam made, UnUsed.......inquire

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partial History
Supported 173rd from May 6, 1965 - August 25, 1968
Equipped with M56 self-propelled 90mm antitank "Scorpion" guns.
Apparently the Assets remained in-country and were ReDesignated Tuy Hoa Armor Company (Provisional) by the 173rd ABN BDE and assisted the Pacification efforts in Binh Dinh Province from April 14, 1969 to November 1, 1969.
The D/16th Armor existed after being De-mobbed in Vietnam; on September 2, 1969 after departing Vietnam it became Troop D, 16th Cavalry.
This information is from Stanton's Vietnam Order of Battle Book which is the best for Army Formations in Vietnam.
74th Infantry Detachment
173rd Airborne Brigade Long Range Patrol Beret Flash and Jump Oval
Design used later by Company 'N' 75th Infantry (Rangers)
( for details click on picture - listed on LRP/LRRP section on SF PAGE )
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Hand-Embroidered 74th INF DET (LRP) Jump Oval
SEE on SF/RANGER page, LRRP Section
173rd ABN BDE - Infantry Captain's Grouping

Color ME Arc and SSI, Vietnam Era, UnUsed........(sold)

Subdued Infantry Captain's Grouping from a Jungle shirt, Used...( lost in storage )
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Captain's Grouping from a Jungle shirt

Tapes & Pathfinder Badge( was on pocket-flap ) were sewn Horizontal on Jungle shirt, Used.....inquire
3508EF - “SKIVVY HONCHO” Cigarette Lighter


3508EF - 173rd ABN BDE VET's bringback, hallmarked “UNIVERSE”, made in Japan, Used.......inquire

9920C - 5th Direct Air Support Flight for 173rd ABN BDE
Directed Close Air Support for the Brigade
see on USAF GEAR page
RVN Era Pathfinder Items

some History for the Cloth and Metal Pathfinder's Badge
In February 1944 the IX Troop Carrier Command Established a Pathfinder School, in England, to train personnel for the upcoming Normandy Invasion.
A patch design was finalized circa 1944-45 for a cloth patch  but was never authorized by the Army even though it was worn during WWII by Lead AAF Aircrews & Paratroopers.  (note: some AAF Bombardiers trained at the same school also wore the Pathfinder Badges)
The Pathfinder School at Fort Benning was issuing cloth insignia in 1955.
The Department of the Army authorized wearing the badge in 1964.
Metal Pathfinder Badges(in lieu of cloth badges) were authorized for wear on the Army Dress Uniform in October 1968.

Many Thanks to the ASMIC Trading Post author William K. Emerson for the above clarification!
Army Pathfinder's Qualification Badge
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scanned at 300dpi

 hallmarked "KREW G-I", Used.....inquire

marked "D-22 Denmark N.Y. 10... MADE IN U.S.A.", Used......Inquire
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"GI" and "D-22" Hallmarks

GI marked plus a diamond with a "J" in it, Used......inquire

made by Denmark's Military Equipment Corporation, N.Y., Used......inquire
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 Gold Plated, stock# 8455-121-1309, Regular size

both have the same style "BALLOU" clutches


stamped "KREW G-I", looks Army Issue, Unused......inquire

hallmarked "KREW G-I", still mounted on Army Issue card, DSA100-72-M-U695, dated July 1972, UnUsed.....inquire

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UnUsed cut-edge Variations

with Department of the Army label "DA 44-109 MDW-2793", found in Kentucky, UnUsed.......inquire

greyish cheesecloth backing material, UnUsed.......inquire

black fine-mesh backing material, UnUsed.......inquire

grayish gauze backing material, UnUsed.......inquire

gray fine-mesh backing material, UnUsed.......inquire

black backing material, UnUsed.......inquire

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Used cut-edge

grayish backing, Used......inquire


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see 173rd ABN BDE and 199th LIB sections for empirical data on early use of ME patches in 1966

old style long-pigtail, merrowed-edge, Unused.....inquire

merrowed-edge with older style long-pigtail, Unused.....inquire

subdued with short pig-tail, UnUsed.....inquire

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Thai Parachutist & U.S. Pathfinder Badges

removed from an OG-107 shirt

Hand-embroidered Thai Jump Wing, RFU shirt, Used.......inquire

Issue Pathfinders, RFU shirt, Used......inquire

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3508DG - Pathfinder's STERLING( .925 ) Silver Ring

scanned at 600dpi

3508DG - Stone in center is in clean condition(maybe a real stone?), around the edge at the top is: ‘U. S. ARMY EUROPE’, on the side is Death riding an Eagle with a Sword in his hand, ribbon below the Eagle reads ‘ACTION ARMY’ and on the other side is an Army PATHFINDER’s Badge, engraved inside: ‘ESPRIT DE CORPS’ ‘STERLING .925’ ‘J. R. O. – 4420’, Used....inquire

1st Aviation Brigade AIRBORNE
listed on the 1st Aviation Brigade page
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10th Pathfinder Detachment (Airborne) Scroll

10th CAB, 17th CAG, 1st AVN BDE

5 1/8" (tip-to-tip) made in Vietnam, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......(sold)

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Pathfinder Qualification Badges, New and Used

Top Row:



RFU, Used.....inquire

RFU, Used.....inquire

Bottom Row:

RFU, Used.....Inquire

RFU, Used.....inquire

RFU, Used.....inquire

RFU, Used.....inquire

RFU, Used.....inquire
RVN Era: Regiments, Battalions, and Companies

A Company (Airborne) 3rd Battalion 5th Infantry

Alpha Company was known as the "Moatengators" regardless of parent Unit: 3/5th, 2/187th, or 1/508th......their mascot was an Alligator(picture below)

Unknow when the pocket patches came into existence; possibly circa late 60's to early 70's
Designer of the Moatengator patch got their inspiration from the 508th (Red Devil) pocket patch


Pocket Patch, (old UI#337), cheesecloth backing, UnUsed.......(sold)
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partial History
From 1962-68 the forerunner of the Moatengators was assigned to 3(ABN)/508th/193rd INF BDE.  When the Airborne component of the 3rd Battalion was reduced to a single company the Moatengators were Reflagged as A Company(Airborne), 3rd Battalion, 5th Infantry Regiment, 193rd Infantry Brigade
A Company was stationed at Ft. Kobbe, Panana (next to Howard AFB - Pacific side)

In October 1983, the 1st and 2d Battalions of the 187th Infantry Regiment were Assigned to the 193rd Infantry Brigade in Panama
The 2nd/187th Inf started with one Airborne Company(Alpha) within the Battalion
A Company(Airborne)/2nd BN/187th INF REGT jumped into Honduras along the Nicaragua border for a "show of force" exercise in 1984
2nd/187th became an Airborne Battalion circa 1985
All non-Airborne personnel that wanted to stay with the Battalion went through jump school conducted by 3/7 SFG MMT
Unit was now Designated A Company, 2nd Battalion(Airborne), 187th Infantry Regiment

In 1987 A/2/187th Infantry was ReDesignated A/1(ABN)/508th remaining in Panama
1st and 2d Battalions of the 187th were Inactivated in Panama and Reactivated at Fort Campbell, KY;  1/187th was ReDesignated 5/187th at Ft. Campbell  
For Operation Just Cause(invasion to capture Gen. Manuel Noriega) the Moatengators were now Designated A Company, 1st Battalion(Airborne), 508th Infantry Regiment

Squad Leader in A/2nd BN(ABN)/187th Infantry Regiment  

This is the Moatengator - about 4 feet long+/-
2nd Battalion, 325th Parachute Infantry Regiment

502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment

2/325th PIR Officer's Branch Insignia, UnUsed....(pair)...inquire

502nd PIR, pair, UnUsed......inquire
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1st and 2nd Battalions, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment

1/505th PIR, pair, UnUsed........inquire

2/505th PIR, pair, UnUsed......inquire
RVN Era Airborne Items

Glider Badge


cheesecloth backing, UnUsed.......inquire
3508AW - ARVN Airborne Windproof Boonie


3508AW - small, 6-panel short-brim Boonie Cap, does nbot look like it was worn, UnUsed........(sold)
( also on Headgear and Vietnam pages )
Parachutist Qualification Badges


dated 1969, Basic Jump Wing on Issue card in GI sealed bag, made by Bell Products, UnUsed......(sold)

dated July 1969, Miniature Senior Jump Wing, on Issue card in GI sealed bag, UnUsed......inquire

Back scans are switched
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Parachutist's Basic Badge

by Lordship Industries, INC., Hallmarked "L-22"



( stored in site done box )
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Parachutist's Wing by Harry Sugerman of San Antonio, Texas,

 Hallmarked "S21 GI"


Hallmark in bottom left(hard to read), UnUsed.......inquire

( stored in site done box )
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49112 - Parachutist's Badge - Sterling

Sterling Jump Wings from the late-1950s  to  circa 1966

3 x groups listed below were in my storage for 9 - 11 years
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Group One


49112A - Sterling Basic Paratrooper's Badge, some have replacement "nails", Used....inquire

Bottom right badge is missing 1 nail

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Group Two


49112B - Sterling Basic Paratrooper's Badge, some have replacement "nails", Used....inquire
Top Left..........sold

3 badges have one nail broken off but present

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Group Three

Sterling - Senior Jump Wings

49112F - Sterling Senior Jump Wings, Used....inquire

Parachutist's Badges

Local Made Insignia
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Country of Origin unknown - had "red-dust" on them


Local made, never sewn-on, UnUsed

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Hand-embroidered in SEA

scanned at 300dpi

RFU, top edge is free from Sun-fade as it was under his CIB(common practice to save time and thread), Used.....(sold)

( see his UnCut, hand-embroidered, Captain's Rank on RVN to 1975 page )
49xxx - Cloth Parachutist's Badges
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49100A, C, and E - Basic, Senior, & Master Parachutist's Badges

New Condition Olive Green Issue/PX machine made

49100A - Basic, UnUsed.......inquire
( "Used" condition badges available (some off-shades available.......ask! )  

49100C - Senior, UnUsed.......inquire
( "Used" condition badges available (some off-shades available.......ask! )  

49100E - Master, UnUsed.......inquire
( "Used" condition badges available (some off-shades available.......ask! )  
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49108A -Basic Parachutist's Khaki cloth Badge

probably an Uncommon Insignia

49108A - Basic, Unused.......(sold)
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49300A, C, and E - Parachutist's Sage Green cloth Badge for K-2Bs

Worn on the K-2B, L-2B, & MA-1 Sage Green Flight suit & jackets by USAF and Army aircrews

49300A - Basic, UnUsed.......inquire
"Used" condition badges available.......ask!  

49300C - Senior, UnUsed.......inquire
"Used" condition badges available.......ask!  

49300E - Master, UnUsed.......inquire
"Used" condition badges available.......ask!  

( also on: USAF Main patch and USAF Gear pages )

( for white-on-Blue USAF Jump Badges see  USAF Gear  page )
ARVN Jump Status Badges worn by Advisors
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Woven & Printed

( click on picture for details )
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Hand-embroidered in Vietnam Pocket Insignia

( click on top picture for details )
Vietnam made  -  Hand Embroidered

Para-Glider Cap Insignia for EM


Parachutist's Cap badge, hand-embroidered in Vietnam, minor glue residue on back, UnUsed......inquire
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Hand-embroidered in Vietnam

border done by machine, rest was HE, UnUsed......inquire

HE, Unused.......inquire

 Rigger Badges
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Hand Embroidered on Velvet Panel

made in Vietnam


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Parachute Rigger's Badge (wing)

Hand-embroidered on older OG-107 material in Vietnam

RFU, I pressed the badge flat so the reverse-side embroidered knots could be seen, residue on back from the black paper in a photo album, Used......inquire

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Removed from Uniforms (RFU), Used......(each)......inquire

Right Column  center........(sold)
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Left Column
Top Left, UnUsed.......inquire
2nd Left, UnUsed.......inquire
3rd Left, UnUsed.......inquire
4th Left, cheesecloth backing, UnUsed.......inquire
Bottom Left, cheesecloth backing, UnUsed.....inquire

Right Column
Top Right, looks UnUsed, very-supple older badge, UnUsed......inquire
2nd Right, Used.....inquire
3rd Right, Used......inquire
Bottom Right, Subdued, UnUsed.......inquire

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scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....inquire

made in USA with gauze backing, UnUsed.....inquire

white backing material, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....inquire

Hand-embroidered, UnUsed......inquire

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Hand-embroidered in Vietnam

HE in Vietnam, RFU, Used......inquire

scrapbook residue on back, Unused......inquire

turned-under and stitched, UnUsed.......inquire

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U.S. Army Parachute Team "GOLDEN KNIGHTS"


4 1/8" with pigtail, UnUsed.....inquire
 Jump Ovals
JUMP OVALS made in Vietnam

Some of these are not oriented correctly and most are not identified.
If you know the ID of an Oval let me know - refer to picture#, row, column, position, and describe the Oval

Most are Hand-embroidered

If you need an OVAL......refer to picture#, row, column, position, and describe the Oval

OVALS_RVN made_121005-1

OVALS_RVN made_121005-2

OVALS_RVN made_121005-3

OVALS_RVN made_121005-4

( also listed on the Special Forces page, OVALs Section )
Tabs - Arcs

Cut-edge Tab


North Asian made, UnUsed.......(sold)
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ARVN Airborne Tab

( ID from Cecil Smythe's Army Book, Airborne section, variation 15 )

click on picture for details
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made in Vietnam


2 1/4", RFU, Used........inquire
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Early Subdued U.S. Issue, RFU, Used.....inquire

Issue cut-Blue-edge, RFU, Used...(Sold)

( Blue-edges were used on Special Forces and 101st Airborne Division arcs....maybe others )
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Velvet panel MACV Advisor's AIRBORNE Arc

click on picture for details

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Green Tabs = I don't know what Units wore these Arcs


Unknow usage, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.......inquire

( also on UI page at bottom - no UI# assigned )
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Possibly for a Khmer Unit?


Unknown usage, UnUsed.....inquire

( also on UI page at bottom - no UI# assigned )

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UI#303 - small "GERONIMO '67" Tab

listed on UI/Mystery page

Anyone know if this is a military Arc?

Related Airborne Items

3300G - Vietnam made Baseball cap

see on Army Gear page for details
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3380AAME - Modified Parachutist's Boonie

Uncommon Size and Modification

see on Headgear page
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5496AE - OG Cotton Reserve Chest PACK

see on Flight Gear page
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7630A & E - WWII Style Army Parachutist Medic'sBag

3-Pocket Bag with Fold-Over Cover and Shoulder Straps - made during WWII & Korean War Eras
see WWII GI Book by Windrow & Hawkins, page 125 and Geronimo Book, page 157
"J.Q.M.D." = Jefferson Quartermaster Depot

( see on Equipment page )
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Vietnam made, velvet panel RECONDO Pocket patch

click on picture for RECONDO items available
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post-1975 Airborne Items

Desert-6 color Camouflage Jump Wings

"Chocolate-Chip" material used from the early 1980s through Desert Storm

Basic, UnUsed...........inquire

Senior, UnUsed......inquire

Master, UnUsed......inquire
Parachutist's Badges on Leather

Pilot's name tag quality Heavy Leather, made in USA

can be sold as a Group or Individually, UnUsed......inquire
9595 - Parachutist’s Rough Terrain SUIT

Woodland Camouflage Padded Suit to wear while jumping into Rough Terrain: trees, rocks, etc..
No Stock Numbers as these are "DAAK" first Run Prototypes or whatever you want to call them.


( see on Flight Gear page )
Sky Diving Clubs and Private Purchase Airborne items

This section will contain Civilian/Military associated Parachutist's items

Plus: Rod & Gun, Shooting, and Tennis Clubs, & etc.

Odessa Sharp Chuters


Large 6" (wide), older patch, UnUsed.......inquire
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Wichita Valley Skydivers


Large 8 1/4" older patch, UnUsed.....inquire

( don't know if this is for Kansas or Texas )
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82nd Airborne Division, 'DESERT STORM'


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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan ONE

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:  Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan TWO

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan THREE

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan FOUR

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan FIVE

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan SIX

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

middle - "Spider Pit"........sold
right - round patch.........sold
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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan SEVEN

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

Left patch.......(sold)
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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan EIGHT

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

( see 25th ID section for a similar  patch )
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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan NINE

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Sky Diver - Bulk Scan TEN

some patches may have glue/scrapbook residue on the back

Inquiries - refer to scan number & describe patch, email:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

Bull Simons................sold
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Fort Ord, California Rod and Gun Club

large 7" backpatch


RFU old Upland Game Vest circa late-1940s to early-1950, Used......inquire
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Wanted - Fatigues similar to these


If you have: 2-pocket shirts, 4-pocket Jungle Jackets, trousers, caps, and etc. with a similar camouflage pattern,  contact: Jack@LJMilitaria.com

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Flyer's Jackets and Caps (with/without Insignia), Helmets, Caps, Survival Maps/Kits, & etc.

1900 - 1949 era: Sweatshirts, Undershirts, Patches, Boots, Mountain Jackets, Knives, & etc.

1950 - 1975 era: Patches, Uniforms, Jackets, Knives, Boots, & etc.

If you have extra, or unwanted, items contact:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com

UI - Mystery Items

UI#186 - Mitchell pattern M65CM Field Jacket, I have seen one other jacket made similar to this one....both looked factory made.
          Has the zipper behind the collar but no drop-in Hood, zipper is a #5 with the slide marked "U.S.A.", no other markings on the jacket.
          Sage Green(AG-474?) Quarpel liner was fairly common in the late-1960s on issue M65OG FJs.

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#187 -  KAMO type Camouflage Flyer's/Tanker's/etc. Suit, Conmar Zipper on with "relief" pull on the bottom, U. S. made small snaps, Very High Quality workmanship, no markings on cloth.  Has a collector's tag that read: "Cuban Bay of Pigs Issue", the only picfile I have seen of BOP prisoners-they were weating Spot Camo from the KAMO Company.  A similar heavywieght camo was used in Vietnam, notice the wide epaulets.

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#188 - UnCommon ARVN Ranger set

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#192 - Vietnam made Beercan DI similar beercan shown in Cecil Smythe's Vietnam Insignia Book as number "59".  Any ideas on the ID?

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#209 - "Trumans Troopers Regaldis Shaftus ERC", made in Vietnam, sounds Army with the word "TROOPERS"??

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#219 - "Vietnam" Arc & Chute ?

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#222 - "Bullet RECON" Tab

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#226 - Anyone know where/who made this Double Tab?

see on UI/Mystery page
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UI#248.  Large 6 5/8" patch, "L.R.R.P. U.S. PARATROOPERS", from the fine-gauze backing I would guess it was made in Germany(?).  

UI#337 - possible 502nd PIR or 2nd BDE of 101st ABD(AA), a Blue Dragon Paratrooper under a Green Parachute canopy holding an M-16 and Grenade.  Patch was ID'd by it's former owner as "A Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Infantry Division pocket patch".  It could be for the 502nd PIR Battalions that served in Panama but I cannot find any insignia with a Dragon, any ideas of the unit?

UI#353 - ID'd as 1/7th ADA REGT at FT. Bliss in the 1970s (see on RVN - 1975 page, ARTY section

UI#360 - "F I Gung-Ho", a larger version of this patch exists, "F I" is also on a 10th TFS "B" FLT patch, anyone know what "F I" means in Air Force speak?  (Listed in ASMIC Trading Post Oct-Dec 1991 issue, page 50)

Possibly a 18th ABN CORPS patch?
(also on pages: USAF SQs, Ground Forces Airborne)

( If you have info contact:   Jack@LJMilitaria.com  )



( WWII Patches from One Collector )

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Viewers disregard this section:
top-left, Used........28.00
top-right, Used.....27.00
2nd-Row, Used.....26.00
2nd-Row, Used......31.00
3rd-Row, Used.....32.00
82nd and 101st Airborne Division Insignia
Vietnam made Airborne SSIs
82nd Airborne Division, Vietnam made, UnUsed........200.00
101st Airborne Division, Vietnam made.....(Sold)
Airborne Arc (Tab), Vietnam made, UnUsed...(sold)
1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Lighter
"Tradeship" brand, "Diplomats and Warriors" Vietnam lighter with "NHA TRANG TUY HOA PHAN RANG SAIGON" engraved; "Ivan Miller Bob Couch" on the other side along with the 101st Insignia and a Master Parachutist's Badge, Used......(sold)
101st Air Borne from the USO at CRB, RVN
Penquin Japan made, Named and with the ditty: "Yea though I walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death I will fear no Evil for I am the Evilest Son of a Bitch in the Valley", below average wear, Used.......(sold)
( stored in "site done" box )
173rd Combat Veteran's Shirt
Camouflage Poncho Liner Tour Jacket
click on picture
Vietnam made Arc
9th Airborne Division (Ghost)
Ghost = Phantom = Fictional division
9th Airborne Division (9th ABD), scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....(sold)
11th Division (Fictional)
I do not know if this Ghost Division Unit was Airborne or not; this is the way I found theTab and SSI glued to a big Green Board
11th Division (Phantom), scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.......(Sold)
18th Airborne Division (Ghost)
18th ABD (Fictional), scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed......(Sold)
( Click on picture for details on 541st PIR, 11th ABD  Ike Jacket......(sold) )
UnCut 82nd Airborne Division on HBT
Excellent variation
Invasion Flag from 82nd Airborne Division Veteran
click on picture for details and other Invasion Armbands
82nd ABN DIV, arc never cut-off, UnUsed..(sold)
(embroidered on Herringbone Twill)
Greenback SSI
82nd Airborne Division Greenback, UnUsed.....(sold)
101st Airborne Division
"Screaming Eagles"
101st ABD, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed.....(sold)
R. Darsey Grouping
82nd ABN Grouping "R. Darsey", removed from a shirt dated 1963, Used.....(sold)
3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division in Vietnam
(service from January 1969 to December 1969)
47120R - Volume II lists Units that served with the 3rd BDE, old price marked inside,  minor usaged, Used.......(sold)
(Units listed: 505th PIR, 508th PIR, 321st Artillery, 17th Cavalry, 307th Engineers, 75th Rangers, & more)
(Lists of their Deceased and Unit Commanders)
(still in mailer, mailer has damage, Book is in Excellent Condition)
101st Vietnam Era Rifleman's Grouping
He probably participated in the Joint Operation "VINH LOC & PHU VANG I" conducted by the 1/501st PIR and the ARVN 1/54th Regiment in September 1968
( see on this page: http://www.army  dot  mil/cmh-pg/books/Vietnam/tactical/chapter14.htm )
RFU very-worn-out Jungle Shirt, the ARVN patch looks like it is for a Battalion or RUFF/PUFF unit(?), 101st SSI is a blue-cut-edge, arc is CE, Used.....(sold)
L Company/75th Rangers Arc
L Company/75th Rangers Arc (101st Airborne Division), Vietnam made, UnUsed......(sold)
Blue-edged 101st Airborne Division Tab and SSI, UnUsed..........(sold)
( I display ARCs above the Unit Patch whenever possible to show how they were worn )
101st Airborne Division's 52nd Pathfinder Detachment, "First-In  Last-Out", Vietnamese made, UnUsed..(sold)
"CAM RANH BAY RVN' 101st Airborne Division, 3 3/8" Viet made, UnUsed....(sold)
101st ABD, with un-cut blue-twill, variation for the High-end collector......(sold)
37xx - AG-44 Dress Coat, dated 1961
click on picture for details
Issue cut-edge
scrapbook glue residue on back, UnUsed......(sold)
Issue 1st Pattern Twill SSI with cut-edge
188th and 503rd Airborne Infantry Regiments
188th Parachute Infantry Regiment "HELLS ANGELS", older cream-color back, scrapbook residue on back, UnUsed....(sold)
503rd and 508th Airborne Infantry Regiments
501st "Apaches" and 511th "Angels"
Group Five
white edge, Used........(sold)
Black edge, Used.......(sold)
Khaki edge, UnUsed........(sold)
82nd ABD 1-piece, Uncut
UnCut one-piece SSI, Unused.....inquire
N Company, 75th IR(Airborne Ranger) Scroll
made in Vietnam, Unused.....(sold)