Neat! If you are reenacting the Vietnam period or building a display, this outfit is basic to your collection!
1) Utility shirt, cotton sateen. Worn through the early Vietnam period until replaced by the much more comfortable and practical cotton poplin jungle outfits. This is a simple utility uniform, and is adorned with with the EGA on the left breast pocket, in a nod to the three-pocket HBT shirts of WWII and Korea. In size 15 1/2 X 35, which can be considered "medium". Condition is GOOD to VERY GOOD.
2) Trousers, utility, cotton sateen. Dated 1958, in a HUGE size, 42X32!! Condition: UNISSUED. These trousers are unique to the Marines in that they lack flaps on the back patch pockets.
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