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Lieutenant General post 1955 period, US Army Uniform
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Post 1955 period uniform. US Army, Coat, Man's Poly/Wool, Tropical, Army Green 344", belonging to a Lieutenant General, serving in the "Military District of Washington".
Uniform has it's General's mohair cuff rings and is not named inside. It includes his original General's trousers (also not named inside). The museum has added correct period and style Field Grade Officer's peaked service cap. The museum added correct period and style Officer's khaki color lightweight shirt. The uniform has four "Hershey bar" patches on the right cuff (= two years served overseas). It also has a "Military District of Washington" current service patch on the upper left shoulder. It has three heavy silver bullion cloth stars sewn on each epaulette (= a Lieutenant General). The uniform has two "US" pins on the lapels. This uniform has a 10 embroidered cloth ribbon bar on the left side for the following awards:
Medals and Awards
Legion of Merit with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters
Bronze Star Medal
Good Conduct Medal for enlisted men
American Defense Service Medal
American Campaign Medal
European/African/Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with 3 Bronze Stars
World War II Victory Medal
National Defense Service Medal with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster
Korean Service Medal
United Nations Service Medal
*On the right breast: Republic of Koreaa Presidental Unit Citation
Collar inner edge wear, some left top pocket scuffing, three moth holes on left bottom hem edge, cuff bottom hem edge wear, 1 moth hole in rear - Overall condition Good
Comments from the Curator:
Any US Army General's uniforms are very valuable today, and sell at substantial prices. They command even higher prices if they are attributed (i.e.: "named/identified"). Prices increase if the General has World War II combat service. Another cost escalator is if the General served in a desirable branch of the service such as in the Tank Corps., Cavalry, Airborne, Rangers, etc. This General has a very high rank when matched to his World War II service ribbons, which would indicate that his World War II rank was also very high. An interesting fact is that he was awarded a Good Conduct Medal. This indicates that he entered the service as an enlisted man and not as a more commonly expected officer candidate. At this time biographical historical research is being done to help identify this very high ranking, World War II serving officer. Reasonably priced for it's high rank and World War II service.
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1929 Period, U.S. Army, 1921 Pattern, White Color, Mess Dress Uniform, Belonging to a Infantry, Brigadier General, Named: "Charles Duval Roberts" - Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient
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