Named US Army Uniform Grouping, WWII, Cold War
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Really interesting lot of a WWII veteran named Swift that apparently left the service and then entered again sometime after 1955. Lot consists of his Ike jacket with 12th Corps patch, staff sergeant rank and US and infantry brass disks, Sterling silver expert marksman badge, pin back ribbons for EAME campaign, WWII Victory, and Occupation Duty, wool pants, wool cap with infantry piping (has one tiny moth hole), two khaki shirts, one with a really nice cut edge 3rd Armored Division patch with Spearhead tab, early "small" E-4 rank and infantry cord, three white name tapes and a wool service cap cover. Everything has his laundry mark except for the garrison cap, "S9377". Great research project!