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Article about: Are these WII 1940 or 1942 leggins. Is the 9-30-42 the date of these leggins? Is there a difference between the Marine Corps, Army Nurse Corp and the Army leggings. Thank you

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    Are these WII 1940 or 1942 leggins. Is the 9-30-42 the date of these leggins? Is there a difference between the Marine Corps, Army Nurse Corp and the Army leggings.

    Thank you

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    I know nothing about these, except the 9-30-42 is the date.
    Last edited by Jerry B; 12-22-2013 at 09:48 AM.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    I know some of the USMC leggings are marked inside, but I was also told it has something to do with the number of hole they have for the strings, these one look like the are Army to me

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    these are the standard infantry leggings of the US army from the 30s until 1944 when they were replaced by the buckle boots. 3R is the most common size

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