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Enemy Dead GRS Tag

Article about: I've had this enemy dead graves registration service tag for over twenty years. I don't remember where I picked it up, but I've never seen any others. I always wanted to know where this indi

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    I've had this enemy dead graves registration service tag for over twenty years. I don't remember where I picked it up, but I've never seen any others. I always wanted to know where this individual may have been buried originally, is possible to find out? Does anyone know anything about the unit? I think that it may be a replacement unit. I'd like to get some opinions, thanks.Click image for larger version. 

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    First one I have ever seen. I don't have a clue who used them.

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    Looks like a grave marker. Maybe attached to a cross or a stick where a temporary grave was located.
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    Thanks guys. From the little info I could find on-line this a temporary grave marker tag issued by the us army graves registration service.

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