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United States Uniforms
Post 1980 period, US Army, 101st Airborne Division, the "Screaming Eagles", Major General's, Army Green Uniform
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Post 1980 period, US Army, Coat, Man's, 100% Polyester, Army Green 344, or Army Green Uniform. This beautiful uniform belonged to a Major General (i.e.: a 2 Star General) serving in the famous 101st Airborne Division, the "Screaming Eagles". This uniform is not named inside. The museum is trying to research his identity at this time. Uniform has it's General's mohair cuff rings.
Medals and Awards
Combat Infantryman's Badge
Purple Heart Medal
Bronze Star Medal
Army Commendation Medal
Metorious Service Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Vietnam Service Medal
Armed Forces Reserve Medal
Republic of Vietnam Campaign Ribbon
Expert Basic Quailification Badge for the Rifle
Basic Parachutist Badge
6 "Hershey Bar" patches on right cuff equal to 3 years served overseas
Uniform is in MINT condition throughout. Still has a cutter's tag inside the upper right pocket flap. Has a bevo-type dry cleaner's tag at the inside neck and a bevo-type manufacturer's tag sewn inside that reads: "dcc - Davis Clothing Co. Brockton Massachusetts". The peaked cap is also in perfect condition.
Comments from the Curator:
This uniform is of the modern era as is evidenced by it's 100% Polyester construction. The 1 piece buttons and insignia are nicely sewn on in correct Army Green color thread. The badges and ribbons are also correct for the period. Infortunately there is no current service left side patch to help us identify him, and the uniform and cap are not named either. His Airborne and Ranger patches, and Vietnam period ribbons are the high points of this inexpensive grouping.
July, 1957 dated, US Army, "Coat, Man's, Field, Olive Green 107, M-1951," belonging to Airborne, Brigadier General "Henry J. Muller, Jr.", Assistant Division Commander of the 101st Airborne Division "Screaming Eagles"
1950 to the 1960 period, US Army, 1950 Model, Coat, Man's, Field, Wool, M-1950, or "IKE" Style Jacket, belonging to a Infantry/Ranger, Brigadier General (i.e.: a 1 Star General), named: "William Bing Kunzig, Jr.", the Chief of Staff of the 6th US Army
1983 Dated, US Army, "Coat, Men's, Poly/Wool Serge AG-344", Or "Coat, Man's, Army Green", Belonging To A Armored/Cavalry, Staff Sergeant (Or "E-6_), Named: "Dobson", Serving In The Armored Forces
WWII To The Mid 1950's Period, US Army, 1942 Pattern, Coat, Wool Elastique, OD Dark Officer's, Belonging to an Infantry, Brigadier General, Named: "Wendell C. Phillippi", The Commanding General of the 38th Infantry Division "Cyclone" (Uniform as a Col.)
WWII/1954 Period, US Army, 1944 Pattern, Jackets, Field, Wool, OD Dark, Officer's or "IKE" style jacket, belonging to Brigadier General (i.e.: a 1 Star General), named: "Russell T. Finn", the former Commanding Officer of 609th Tank Destroyer Battalion
February 21st, 1927 dated, US Army, 4 Pocket, Service Coat, belonging to a Infantry, Brigadier General named: "J.H. Schouten", of the 32nd Infantry Division "Red Arrow"
1951 dated, US Army, "Shirt, Field, Wool, Olive Green 108, Spec. MIL-S-10858 (QMC), Pattern Date: January 29, 1951, N.Y.Q.M.P.A.", belonging to Major General Harlan Nelson Hartness
Brigadier General Harlan Nelson Hartness 1945 dated, 2-piece Khaki Officer's Uniform
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