BEOGAM STUFF

Duck Hunter or Beo gam as it is sometimes called in the collector circles. The Article is incomplete but I have it up so you can use it as reference. Ill go back and update and finish it when I have time.

Key points on the uniforms. The Advisors uniforms all appear to be a 5 color pattern that is pretty dense and on a yellowish background. The cut of the uniform is basically the same as the contemporary military uniforms. So two square/rectangular chest pockets and and frequently thigh pockets on the pants closed with metal and later plastic buttons. This differs from the sets worn by the Seals (see last photos or previous article).

FORUM https://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/40924-vietnam-beogam-patterns/

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Even have their “Diapers” on
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Pointed pocket flaps
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Duck Hunter and Tiger together Also looks like the man on the right is wearing a late pattern M1936 Musette bag. The one with the tab on the flap.
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Member of UDT 11 pic from Spring ’66…not developed until September ’66, Operation ‘Jack Stay’

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