This is an item out of my personal collection. It is a COMPLETE U.S. Army USASOC (US Army Special Operations Command) "Delta Force" dress uniform. It came from an Estate Sale from Ft Bragg end of 2002 beginning of 2003. It is post A-STAN (Afghanistan) and pre Iraq. It is the whole thing including the tailored tunic, trousers,beret, shirt, tie, belt,and "spit shined" paratrooper dress jump boots. All appear to have been tailored/altered for the owner/operator.It is all clean in excellent shape and the beret is shaved,shaped and shows light wear. Dress jump boot are all "broken in" and have a high "spit shine" finish still on them. Uniform has ALL insignia (name tag is obscured for security reasons) and the rank is SFC E-7 with a combat patch of Special Forces. He had a "triple canopy" of qualifications including the Special Forces and Ranger tabs. Operator obviously came from a SF background and has a SF crest above THAI parachutist wings (most likely COBRA GOLD participant). Personal awards include C.I.B., Master combat para wings, HALO MFF Master (military Free Fall), and Scuba badges. The ribbons show service from Eastern Europe (Bosnia,Kosovo,former Yugoslavia) up until Afghanistan. The beret and jump wings have the USASOC flash /oval along with the matching proper crest with Latin logo "SINE PARI" meaning "Without Equal". I had came across a few real SF dress uniforms in the past but this was the FIRST USASOC "Delta" uniform ever.This is an AWESOME complete uniform set from the worlds premier anti-terror unit. Very rare, the ulitamte collectible dress uniform. Shipping will be FedEx Ground service due to the weight and size. NOTE: Many were asking the sizes and the jacket is 43R, pants 33R, jump boots 10, and beret 7.5. The jacket and pants were altered/tailored (all are to have a regulation appearance when worn) for the owner similar to when you purchase a suit (sleeve length, body tapered, pants hemmed,ect).
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