1950's/1960's First Pattern Sage Green 507 Fatigue Shirt

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While following the style and shape of the first pattern OG-107 fatigue shirts, this was issued in Sage Green 507. This color was used by the Air Force prior to the adoption of the Olive Green you see today and, while produced for a short time, was seen used as late as 1971 in Vietnam at Da Nang. Research on militaria forums indicates that the phase out started in 1954 but there's evidence that the Air Force were using Sage Green into 1963 as well. Very confusing but different than the normal fatigue shirts you see more often. This was used by an Airman First Class, the Air-Force equivalent of a Private First Class (PFC or E-3). Fits like a slim large.


Chest - 21"

Length - 28"

Shoulders - 18.5"

Sleeves - 8.25"

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