Korean War US Army 7th Infantry Division Uniform Grouping & Zippo

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Original Korean War US Army 7th Infantry Division Uniform Grouping. Untouched!

Consisting of a “Ike” jacket with a beautiful Bullion 7th Infantry Division Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, Combat Infantry Badge (CIB), a in-country made Ribbon Bar featuring a Bronze Star, Army of Occupation Medal, Korean Service Medal with three stars, United Nations Korea Medal, and a Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation. On the (wearers) right side is a 7th Infantry Division “Order of the Bayonet” Badge.

Also included in this grouping are a Late 1940s - Early 1950s Zippo Lighter featuring a Japanese Made 7th Infantry Division Hourglass on the obverse and the inscription “7th Inf. Div. Korea 1951-1952” on the reverse. A second (unapplied) Japanese Made Bullion 7th ID Patch, and the matching trousers that are a 34 waist by 29 Length (inseam).

The 7th Infantry Division is renowned for its involvement in the Pacific Ocean theater during World War II where it sustained significant losses while fighting against the Imperial Japanese Army in the Aleutian Islands, Leyte, and Okinawa. After the Japanese surrendered in 1945, the division was stationed in both Japan and Korea, and when the Korean War broke out in 1950, it was one of the first units sent into action. It played a crucial role in the Inchon Landings and led the advance north, but was nearly overwhelmed when Chinese forces launched a counter-attack. The division later participated in the fierce battles of Pork Chop Hill and Old Baldy.


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