Original Vietnam War "Beo Gam" camo pants & shirt (matched set). This set was produced by. The Counterinsurgency Support Office (CISO) in Okinawa & the pants still have the size tag in them ("A-M" for Asian Medium). Only a portion of the neck tag in the shirt remains, not enough to read the size, but it's probably Asian medium to match the pants.Both the pants & shirt have the name "Hall" written in them. The shirt is in very good shape & overall the pants are in good shape, although there is a t. Ear in pants (see photo #7) & some Fading/discoloration on one side of pants in hip area (see photo #11). The pants are the five pocket style (same design as some of the tiger stripe pants) with two back pockets, two cargo pockets & one small pocket below the cargo pocket (for first aid or cigarettes).
4/12 stationed in Vietnam from 1966 until he was wounded in action on February 6, 1967. Paramore was part of the 199th's LRRP team (Long-range reconnaissance patrol). After being injured, Major Lt. At the time Paramore was sent back to the US where he was stationed at Ft. Benning as an instructor for Ranger training (Major Paramore was Ranger, Airborne & Pathfinder qualified) before returning to Vietnam with the 101st Airborne in 1969.Over the course of his two tours in Vietnam Major Paramore was awarded two Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star & a Silver Star. The item "Original Vietnam War CISO Beo Gam Camo Shirt & Pants LRRP Special Forces" is in sale since Sunday, June 9, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Vietnam (1961-75)\Original Period Items\Uniforms". The seller is "theventure1933" and is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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