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I'll get this started with some pictures from my collection, there will be more to come... I don't have photos of all of my helmets as of now.

First off,

This is a 5th ID helmet, unnamed, with the 5th ID diamond on the front, and remnants of an NCO stripe on the back...

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A collection of Vietnam-era repainted and issued helmets. Three of them are WWII made shells, while the rest are post-war. All have mid-late 60's era liners. The painted helmets you see were done by myself when I was a kid. Please ignore the helmet farthes to the right on the front row; it is not an M1.

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