New Book Release ! US Army Special Forces Team History and Insignia 1975 to Present

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    New Book Release ! US Army Special Forces Team History and Insignia 1975 to Present

    Post by sfcollector on Sun Apr 23, 2017 3:56 pm

    Really looking forward to receiving my copy of noted Special Forces collector and historian Gary Perkowski’s new book entitled US Army Special Forces Team History and Insignia 1975 to Present.



    Looks to be a great book on this very challenging and interesting area of collecting, and an outstanding aid with identifying fakes.    



    To order your copy - http://www.schifferbooks.com/us-army-special-forces-team-history-and-insignia-1975-to-the-present-6160.html

























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    Re: New Book Release ! US Army Special Forces Team History and Insignia 1975 to Present

    Post by kriegsmodell on Thu May 25, 2017 6:00 pm


    Excellent book and highly recommended. Gary's book is the result of years of research and contributions from scores of SF veterans and many advanced collectors. There are some good reviews on Amazon including one that I added (shameless plug). Bargain priced in my opinion .....


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