Vietnam War era Jacket with Field-Made Patch
Vietnam War era Jacket with Field-Made Patch. Jacket is roughly a size large and dates to the Vietnam War. The jacket’s original owner, James W. “Skip” Craft Jr. of Glassboro, N.J., served from 1968 to 1972 in Vietnam with this jacket being used throughout his service. The back of the jacket features a charging Confederate soldier with the words “Forget Hell” sewn above and below the image.
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