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301 1972.62.0003 Coat

U. S. Air Force Academy formal dress issue; blue wool material; double breasted, twelve (12) silver metal U. S. Air Force buttons, waist length cut; shoulder loops for attaching of shoulder boards; 1" dark blue knit band on sleeve cuffs; tunic style stand-up collar; white cotton sleeve cuffs sewn in jacket cuffs; navy blue satin lining; interior left pocket label, "Globe Tailoring Co., Cincinnati"; inside interior pocket label, :"M.J. Keefe, 3254, 14270, (dated) 8-2-61, Globe Tailoring Co." Color: BL

302 1972.62.0004 Pants

U. S. Air Force Academy cadet's formal dress issue. Heavy blue wool material; one (1) interior right waist pocket; button & zippered front closure; interior pocket label, "M. J. Keefe, 3254, 70435, 12-27-61, Globe Tailoring Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, Contract Date: March 12, 1957, Contract No. AF05 (611)-136"; interior black plastic suspender buttons. Color: BL

303 1972.62.0005 Pants

U. S. Air Force Academy cadet's formal dress issue ( match jacket 72.62.003); white cotton material; one (1) interior right waist pocket; button & zippered front; no interior label. Size med.-reg. Color: WH

304 1972.62.7 Cap, Garrison

Part of U. S. Air Academy uniform (72.62.001-007). Blue uniform cap made by Ace Manufacturing Co. Inc., San Antonio, Texas. Trimmed in silver braid. There is a silver pair of wings on the front of the cap. The cap is all wool except for the ornamentations. Name Mike Keefe 11th Sq. is written on the gray silk lining on the inside in magic marker and is somewhat blurred.

305 1973.10.0001 Button, military

Memphis, 1901; U. C. V.

306 1973.43.0134 Cap

Man's visor. Ear flaps, lined with fur.

307 1973.43.0135 Cap

With ear flaps and visor.

308 1973.43.0136 Cap

Man's, with visor. Stitched band in front.

309 1974.23.0080 Shell, artillery

Solid or grape-shot, also known as round shot, of the American Civil War.

1974.23.0080 (Shell, artillery) image
310 1974.23.0081 Bullet, minie

Lead, trigrooved base; recessed bottom; type fired from caplock rifle.

1974.23.0081 (Bullet, minie) image
311 1974.23.0082 Ball, musket

Lead sphere; type fired from smooth-bore caplock musket, not rifle.

1974.23.0082 (Ball, musket) image
312 1974.38.0009 Pouch

Flap closure with a slit that snaps over a raised metal "button". 2 5/16" wide x 3" long leather strap on back which slips over belt. Brown leather with tan saddle stitching. Leather strip between front and back for expansion.

313 1974.38.4A Bag, Duffel

Duffel bag used by Harry Fields

314 1974.38.4B Lock, Duffel Bag

Lock with attached chain used for the duffel bag used by Harry Fields

315 1974.38.4C Key, Duffel Bag

Two keys for the lock with attached chain used for the duffel bag used by Harry Fields

316 1975.25.0001 Uniform

Army enlisted man's & NCO's Vietnam War era combat-tropical issue; known as the jungle jacket; olive green rip-stop cotton poplin material. a. Jacket. Five (5) green plastic buttons on front; two (2) green plastic buttons on inteior of each pocket flap; two (2) button flap cargo breast pockets (slanted so as to be out of the way of pack straps); two (2) button flap cargo hip pockets; green cloth patch, four (4) embroidered black stars on right shoulder sleeve; name, "SERPICO", printed above right breast pocket; "U.S.Army", name tape above left breast pocket; black metal collar pin insignia, Master Sergeant; black metal combat badge above left breast pocket, framed musket mounted on floral wreath (awarded to combat veterans); green cloth patch on left shoulder sleeve, black embroidered, "Follow Me", black sword below; cloth arch patch on left shoulder, yellow & black embroidered, "RANGER" ( an elite combat unit) b. Faded green trousers, known as jungle pants; olive green rip-stop cotton poplin material; zippered front closure; slash side pockets, button flap rear pockets, large double button flap cargo pockets on legs; adjustment tabs & buckles on waist; drawstring bottom of pants cuffs, for blousing pants over combat boots. Interor label, "Trousers, Man's cotton Wind Resistant rRp-Stop Poplin, OG-107 Class 1, Trousers, Men's, combat, Tropical". Color: GR

1975.25.0001 (Uniform) image
317 1975.25.0003 Uniform

U. S. Army summer issue. a. Khaki cotton shirt with short sleeves, plastic buttons, two flap chest pockets and sergeant stripes on both sleeves. Shirt has been drycleaned and is in nice condition. Vietnam War. b. Khaki cotton trousers with brown plastic buttons, flap pockets, and belt loops, but no belt. Metal clip & zipper front closure; slash side & rear pockets; belt loops; interior waist band stamped "P1657"; interior waist band label, "Trousers, Man's cotton, U. t., 8.2 oz. Khaki, Type 1, class 1, DSA 100-69-C-1380, 34 x 31". Inside and outside of waistband is marked "P1657". Vietnam War. Color: KH

318 1975.25.0004 Uniform

U. S. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War era dress issue. a.Heavy blue wool dress jacket; four (4) silver metal air force buttons at front; four (4) button flap pockets; shoulder straps; blue cloth patches (circle with wings) three (3) silver bars on each wing, & a silver star at center, on sleeves; silver metal lapel pins, "U.S."; satin lining; interior right pocket; inside interior right pocket, label, "Coat, Man's, blue 1084, Specification Mi.-C-27438C (USAF)". b. Trousers, U. S. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War era dress issue; heavy blue wool material; slash side & rear pockets; belt loops; interior waist band stamped, "J-8075"; interior label, "Trousers, Men's wool, Serge Blue 1084 (AF), Class 4, Type I". Size Md. - Reg. (short). c. Shirt, U. s. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War era dress issue; light blue cotton/polyester material; long sleeves; patch pocket on left breast six (6) white plastic buttons on front; interior collar label, "Shirt, Man's, Cotton/Polyester Broadcloth, Blue Shade 1550, Type I". d. Overseas or garrison cap, U. s. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War etra dress issue; blue wool/polyester material, dark blue piping on edge; undlined; interior label, "JUHL, C. L., 48162075, Cap, Garrison, Polyester/Wool Serge, Blue 1549, Mil-C-3261 B (USAF)". e. necktie, dark blue cotton/polyester material, slender tapered cut; unadorned. f. Web belt, heavy black cotton webbing material; detachable brass metal buckle; brass end tab. Color: BL

319 1975.25.2 Boot

U. S. Army combat. Black leather boots with rubber soles and heels. Soles are marked "Panco". a. Right foot. b. Left foot. Viet Nam period.

1975.25.2 (Boot) image
320 1975.43.0001 Jacket

Uniform jacket and badge, U. S. Army dress, Vietnam period. a. Jacket, dark green wool with silver metal army buttons at front and on all flap pockets. Jacket has two chest pockets and two large flap waist pockets. Both sleeves have sergeant stripes. The left sleeve also has the large yellow, red and blue triangular armor patch. The left lapel sports the silver metal "U.S." insignia, while the right lapel has the silver metal armor cavalry pin. Each shoulder strap has an oval silver badge with green designs, flaming torch and the words "This we'll defend." Above the right breast pocket is a black plastic name tag with the name "Koster." b. Expert marksmanship badge. Vietnam era. Color: GR

321 1975.43.0003 Cap

U. S. Army dress uniform. Dark green wool visored cap with black leather bill and chin strap, green webbed head band and silver metal side buttons. Front of cap bears a 1 1/2" silver metal disc with eagle. Inside of cap has gold satin lining and a brown leather headband. Vietnam War.

322 1975.43.0004 Cover, hat

U. S. Army visored cap. Brown/green plastic, with elastic band. Vietnam War.

323 1975.46.0001 Pin

World War II V for Victory (2) connected by a chain. The pins are gold-plated in the shape of a V with a bar through the middle of the V. The bar contains red, white and blue artificial stones. The chain which connects them is 3" long. The pins and chain are tarnished and worn.

324 1976.5.0001 Bullet

Civil War era minnie bullet; conical lead; tri-grooved base; exterior white coating; collected from Chickamauga Battlefield, Tenn. (Battle of Chickamauga - September 19 -20, 1863).

325 1976.5.0002 Bullet

Civil War era minnie bullet; conical lead; tri-grooved base; exterior white coating; collected from Chickamauga Battlefield, Tenn. (Battle of Chickamauga - September 19-20, 1863).

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