Old 03-11-2011, 23:10   #256
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Very nice looking jacket.

It might be my eyes, but the SPC rank appears to be the Female version, as well as from the Class A's era. I think there was a different rank structure for the WWII/KOREA era timeframe.
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The smaller size chevron was worn by male enlisted until some time in the 60's then they went to the large size. The chevrons on the Ike jacket are correct for that time frame.
Thanks for the information gents, and thank you for the compliment Stras, and ArtR thanks for the information sir.

The jacket has all the german made insignia as well which is pretty interesting.
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Old 05-19-2021, 18:16   #257
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Hello gentlemen, my father was John Raybon. I was just wondering if any of you may have known him. He would have been in Bad Toelz around 75-78. My mother worked at or ran the rod + gun club (think it was called that). Thank you.
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Old 05-20-2021, 10:48   #258
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Hello gentlemen, my father was John Raybon. I was just wondering if any of you may have known him. He would have been in Bad Toelz around 75-78. My mother worked at or ran the rod + gun club (think it was called that). Thank you.
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