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US Airforce TACP (Tactical Air Control Party ) multicam plate carrier and modded chest rig....Direct aquisition
Hello, We a have an active duty TACP airman's plate carrier and chest rig.....photos of him wearing this in OEF 2011 Afghanistan will be posted soon (once I get them).... Enjoy, MZ~
Found this one today. ACU with 2005 contract date. All insignia are original as found. The Name / USAF and rank are theater made.
i was able to get a small group of items from an 9th ASOS airman attached to 1st cavalry division as a TACP. 3 sets of bdus and dcus, unluckily all the dcus are partially stripped, i am thinking if restoring them would be a correct choice. they come
I have a question. I was doing a little research on USAF TACP's and JTAC's. According to what I found out, they are all Airborne qualified and are authorized to wear wings on their uniforms. NOW....I found a picture of a JTAC and he is not wearing the
This is an LBV that has been modified for use by a USAF TACP or JTAC. The right side has had the magazine pouches removed and has had a radio pouch sewn on. The radio pouch has a pocket for an extra radio battery.
To save space on the forum, I'll piggy-back..... The 173rd grouping could be CALDWELL,LAMONT as Jump Manifest shows. http://www.173rdairborne.com/manifest-iraq.htm That is a pure speculation on my part; this was not a direct aquisition. Still a nice
When I bought this rig I assumed it was Tactical Tailor. After sending them these pics they were unable to ID the manufacturer, they were however able to say it was NOT one of theirs. Supposedly came from North Carolina if that helps. I have posted