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Grandfathers helmet liner

Article about: This green liner belonged to my Grandfather, Jack, who served around the time of the Korean war. The orange/white one belonged to his brother, Kermit, who was an MP. Sadly not much else rema

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    This green liner belonged to my Grandfather, Jack, who served around the time of the Korean war. The orange/white one belonged to his brother, Kermit, who was an MP. Sadly not much else remains, but I have heard of a Valley Forge uniform tucked away in a chest somewhere.
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    Nice looking m1 liners. Both liners look to be WW2 stock.

    Marty
    Fortune favors the brave 644th td

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    Nice liners, any chance he was attached to the Signal Corps ? That would explain the orange and white liner

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    I'm actually not sure who he was attached to, all I know is he was MP. He and my grandfather weren't close, it's a wonder how my Grandfather ended up with his brothers stuff. I'll try to do some research and find out

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    Wow Kermit must have been visible from space!!!

    Ok, no pun intended what a bright colour, but good for you to be their guardian for now. Hope the uniform surfaces.

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