WW2 US Army Amphibious Engineer Ike Jacket with Ribbon Bar
This is an issue jacket (1944-dated Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot label sewn into the right interior breast pocket), size 34R, and made of olive drab gabardine wool, and matching twill lining. The jacket itself is in excellent shape, with practically no visible wear or staining, and there are no rips or areas of moth damage either. What could be the owner's name is written in ink on the lining below the collar: "SYNYDIAK". The jacket has brass enlisted US insignia on the lapels, the Persian Gulf Command patch on the left shoulder, Amphibious Command patch on the right shoulder, Master Sergeant's stripes on both sleeves, an Amphibious Engineer patch on the left breast pocket, Meritorious Unit Commendation patch on the right cuff, and five overseas bars with single service stripe on the left cuff. The six ribbon bar over the left breast pocket contains: US Campaign Medal, Certificate of Merit Medal, Asia-Pacific Campaign Medal, European-African-Middle East Campaign Medal (with two stars), WW2 Victory Medal, and Army Good Conduct Medal. This is a fantastic WW2 US Army uniform jacket, with some rarely seen and very desirable patches and insignia.
- Item #: 44587
- Availability: In Stock