Vietnam War - U.S. ERDL Tropical Jungle Jacket 4th Pattern

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An excellent example of a genuine U.S. Vietnam War era ERDL (Engineer Research and Development Laboratory) USMC tropical jungle jacket, this 4th pattern cotton RipStop Poplin hot weather jacket features green dominant 'Lowland' leaf pattern camouflage. Being a 4th pattern it has sleeve gussets. Excellent condition with a small pluck to left arm (as pictured). Retains the original manufactures size and care labels, size Medium-Regular, has a DSA (Defense Supply Agency) contract number dated 1969, made by Richard Wynn Enterprises Inc.

Additional size information: Armpit to armpit: 23" (Up to 46" chest). Shoulder to shoulder: 18". Length from shoulder to bottom: 32". Armpit to cuff: 21".

*Please note that original jungle fatigue jackets are cut and sewn oversized (by about 5 inches in the chest over the size on the manufacturer label) this is to allow for loose wear and ventilation in a tropical environment.

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