Embrodery design

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42GPW
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Embrodery design

Post by 42GPW » March 14th, 2014, 9:00 am

Guys with my Nam display there are some events that i dont wear my slant pockets and want to wear something a little more formal/relaxed. What im thinking is a polo with an emblem that would be on the cheat with Kacki pants or shorts. Cracker barrel had a patter i really like but cant find it anymore. It had all 5 flags of our branches of service. If you have any ideas or designs please let me know. For instance i have a ladies tea to set up some items at the Womens auxillary sunday. I dont want to wear fatigues but am forced to. Sorry about all the misspelled words but i was educated in Southern California. And i cant figure out how to use spell check on this new laptop.

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Re: Embrodery design

Post by 199th mp » March 14th, 2014, 10:17 am

what about a short sleeve, button down shirt with your name, jump wings, and an 82nd emblem? or the club shirt from your local military vehicle club?

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Re: Embrodery design

Post by 42GPW » March 14th, 2014, 10:31 am

I'm really wanting to honor their service and not mine keep any affiliations of anything else away from the display.

Matt R
My Mutt doesnt leak...Its just marking its territory.
45 MB
44 MBT
67 M151a1
67 M416
Batt Boy July-Dec 89(5 mo of Hell!)
US Army-82nd Airborne 89-95
ARNG 95-00 40th,45th Inf
US Army-101st Airborne 00-06
Airborne Inf. Testing Americas cold weather gear since 1989

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