RARE 10th Special Forces Group Trojan Sport Parachute Club HALO Patch Vietnam

RARE Original 10th Special Forces Trojan Sport Parachute Club Machine Embroidered Patch, featuring HALO (High Altitude Low Opening) Jumper. Measuring (6in.X4in) This is from the Vietnam Era when the majority of the 10th Special Forces Group was relocated to Ft. Devens, MA. These patches were worn by the Elite 10th SF Trojan Horse Parachute Competition and Demonstration Team of the 10th SFG. Among the instructors at the Trojan Sport Parachute Club during this era was SFC. Frank Dooms who survived the Lang Vei Seige during the Tet Offensive. This particular patch has some paper residue on the back from where it was long ago inside a collectors album. Nice patch from a rare Special Forces Parachute Club. 0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false Me and My Collection I’d like to share with you a bit about myself, and my collection. First of all, I’ve been collecting U.S. Army Special Forces, and MACV SOG militaria for OVER 40 YEARS. I was born and raised on and around Army bases, during and immediately following the Vietnam War. My stepfather was Special Forces from its earliest days, and throughout SF involvement in Vietnam. He was an SFC. in the 5th Special Forces Group, Co. C (Charlie Company) in Vietnam for 4 tours, and before that, 2 tours in 10th Special Forces Group in Germany, serving in combat in Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and The Congo in his 20+ year career. My collection started when my stepfather married my mother in 1969, and presented me with my first green beret – From then on, I’ve basically scoured the planet looking for original Airborne, USSF and MACV-SOG patches, berets, uniforms, and equipment. Other than what I received from my stepfather (and other Army brats like myself) many of my patches were acquired when I was a youngster during the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. I started attending on-post yard sales, gun shows, and militaria shows during this time period. My point is, when I say my pieces are “Original” I mean they were made IN Vietnam, or Southeast Asia DURING, the Vietnam War. Most of my collection has been in my possession for decades. The others were bought from reputable, reliable dealers over the years. What I’m selling is MY collection. I only have a couple patches that I have a double for, so if you see one you need, you better snag it, because I won’t be replenishing my supply with copies currently being reproduced in Asia, like MOST of the regular dealers on Ebay. When mine are gone, they’re gone. Please feel free to compare my patches to others of similar design currently on eBay, as I’m sure you will see the difference. Please be sure this particular item is for you, as I do not have time for buyer’s remorse, and or refunds. This item is exactly as described and all the detailed photos here are of the actual item you’ll be receiving. Please note that I expect payment within 3 days after auction’s end. Item will be shipped Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation, and I only ship to Continental U.S. addresses, and do so as soon as possible after your Paypal payment has been deposited into my bank account. I do combine shipping for a reduced price, and will leave the winner Positive Feedback as soon as I receive the same. Thanks for checking this item out, please feel free to ask any questions, as I am happy to share information with fellow collectors. GOOD LUCK! Please be sure to save me to your favorite sellers because I am about to start letting go of my massive 40 year collection that includes many Special Forces, MACV SOG, items as well as various militaria from WWII – Vietnam.

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