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05-15-12, 03:31 PM #1
Accused of Being Bogus Marine Because I Was Issued White Skivvies
I landed on the Yellow-Footprints at P.I. on 11 January 1968. I have these ****birds from another forum who are trying to discredit me, saying that I gotta be bogus 'cause I state that I was issued white skivvies. They're saying that that is a giveaway, 'cause Marine skivvies are green. Anyone here issued white skivvies during the '68 TET offensive? And when--and under what circumstances--did the skivvies become green (again?)?
05-15-12, 03:39 PM #2
I was there Aug.1968 and they were white boxers.
Do you still have your plt picture ? post it on your computer and post it on the site or scan your plt book with your pic in it. jus sayin
05-15-12, 03:42 PM #3
05-15-12, 03:46 PM #4
white skivvies for me and my plt. Aug 1966
05-15-12, 03:47 PM #5
The PT t-shirt was green and the PT shorts were red Boy did that shirt stink phewwwww !!
05-15-12, 03:48 PM #6
Yeah--I remember red PT shorts and tennis-shoes.
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05-15-12, 04:01 PM #9
Thanks, Zulu. That's rather definitive.
05-15-12, 04:11 PM #10
Gee that sounds like younger Marines attacking an older Marine ? we have an infestation of that crowd here too !
05-15-12, 04:23 PM #11
Boot Camp Feb 1968.. WHITE skivvies
Commander CT 31-1
Combat Vets Association
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05-15-12, 04:55 PM #14
I was issued White Skivies that had snaps on the front and two ties on each side of them so you could adjust for your particuliar size. Those white skivies really show when they had hash marks. This was in 1953.
05-15-12, 05:00 PM #15
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