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Article about: I'm new here but I was curious if anyone knows what this is. It's a camo field jacket but I cannot find any information about it anywhere. It also has a five black star velcro patch attached

  1. #11


    Quote by Roger M View Post
    This one has the same stock number Rothco Ultra Force U.S. Army Field Jacket W/Liner Size 3X Regular Camouflage (02/19/2013) but you are right it is unusual.

    Rothco Ultra Force Mens 6XL Military Field Coat Jacket Green US Army NEW W/ TAGS this one also has the stock number. Maybe they are civilian made under licence ? Strange not to have the NSN.
    As far as i know Rothco are not a US military contracter, they make stuff for the commercial market, i wonder if Stargent are the same hence the strange stock number!..
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    It would be strange if it was civilian considering where I got it. I bought a duffel bag at a yard sale full of militaria. Gloves(wool liners) and airforce, hats, waterproof bibs, camo shirt and pants, thermals, goggles etc. The elderly lady I bought them from said they were her husbands and he had passed away years ago. I didn't bother at the time to ask questions. oh by the way I'm going to be selling all of this stuff to.

  3. #13


    On your photo of the jacket it appears to have a red tag on the lower edge of the left breast pocket, does it have an R on it ?

  4. #14


    No it is a red tag with black star. Ill try to post a pic in a few.

  5. #15


    What is the maker of the zipper? most commonly they had Scovill zippers, and to add I had a repro woodlands M65 in the '80s.

  6. #16


    need identification help
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    Ok here are front and back zipper pics and red tag pic.
    thanks to everyone for the help

  7. #17


    Cheers for the extra pictures
    Definately a reproduction and most likely not US made

  8. #18


    I agree with Rene. The red tag kills it - it's a
    civilian jacket. Thrift store find ? Still, nice
    to wear in cold weather.........


  9. #19


    I think it was made by Rothco pre "Ultra Force"

    This one was available in Russia in 2007. I think most Rothco is made in China.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture need identification help   need identification help  

  10. #20


    fantastic, thank you all so much for the work here. Knew I had a weird one, didn't think it was anything special but that 5 star patch kinda made me

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