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I picked these up at an estate sale in Michigan. Both seem to be made of wool. I see one small round hole below crotch area of pants. Shirt is size 15 - 34. Pants have approx 33 - 34" waist. Inseam is 34". If it wasn't for the tiny little hole in the pants, I would say these are in near mint condition.

I got this information from Wikipedia regarding the Chevron T patch on the sleeve::

Technician Fifth Grade (abbreviated as T/5 or TEC 5) was a United States Army technician rank during World War II. Those who held this rank were addressed as Corporal, but did not have the authority to give commands as a corporal would. The wearers of the rank were often called "Tech Corporal". The pay grade number corresponded with the technician's grade. T/5 is under the pay grade 5 along with Corporal. Technicians were easily distinguished by the "T" imprinted on the standard chevron design for that pay grade.

Vintage 1942 ARMY Military Set - Shirt and Pants - Near Mint condition

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: wool, buttons
  • Only ships to United States from Tennessee, United States.
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