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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

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    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 to the right breast.

    thanks in advance for any help

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    Welcome to the forum , I'm sure someone here can answer your question .
    cheers Chris

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    I think its the US M-65 Field Jacket but it would be nice to see a picture of the jacket itself.

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    Here is another picture. I also thought m-65 but the "STARGENT" label and the five star patch have me confused.

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    Looks like an M65 missing it's lower pocket flaps
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    not missing flaps, they were tucked inside

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    Quote by everthenomad View Post
    not missing flaps, they were tucked inside
    Ah OK, still looks like an M65!...
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    Thanks, but i'm looking for a little more information than that. Date, label, patch etc.
    the stock number is not in any database that i've looked through
    I have not been able to find anyone who has ever seen the stargent label
    and not anyone i've talked to has ever seen a five star patch on a field jacket.

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    The stock number doesn't seem to make sense, post 75 should be a 13 digit number with no letters, this must be post 75 as woodland camo was introduced in 81.
    I found another Stargent label though!..
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    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.

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