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Old 11-25-2021, 12:31   #7
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Originally Posted by Penn View Post
imo, the up stroke on the beginning of the Y is consistent and indicative of this signature. No sure if year issue of Beret is important, as he could have replaced or had several over the years.

At any rate we are the bid lead.


ETA: contacted Forensic Document Examination
http://www.osbornandson.com for confirmation.
More of a reference,, Most people do not know the DSA number has the contract date code.

More data:
I can not find a "complete" history of promotion for LtG Yarborough. This list is a composite of multiple sources. YMMV
  • LtG Yarborough ran SF from 1961-65
  • Brigadier General. on 12 Jul 1961, as CG US Army Special Warfare Center/School for Special Warfare at Fort Bragg, NC
  • Major General on 02 May 1966, as Senior Member, UN Command Military Armistice Commission, Panmunjom, Korea
  • Lieutenant General on 08 June 1968, as CG I Corps Korea
  • on 08 June 1968, Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander in Chief, US Army Pacific
  • He retired in 1971

If the bio info is correct the beret originated after 1968
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