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Omg, we would kill for our pancho liner.

Man does that stir some memories.
Oh yeah eat many c-rations while hunkered down under one.:eek:



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That is something, cool.

At my age , and bad health...I don't plan on ever being in a situation where I gotta need one...know what I mean.?



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That is something, cool.

At my age , and bad health...I don't plan on ever being in a situation where I gotta need one...know what I mean.?



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I understand, mine are used for sitting around in a recliner watching a good football game and need a little covering or when the weather is warm as a ground cover for picnicking or in the back of the Jeep for emergency situations, under quilt for a hammock, shooting mat for the elbows etc etc etc.
Remember how the Vietnamese in the ville would make jackets out of them.

 

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Good grief , I haven't seen on of them in almost 50 years. They were popular .

Stirs memories.

Cant believe you still got one.
I never got one,



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Good grief , I haven't seen on of them in almost 50 years. They were popular .

Stirs memories.

Cant believe you still got one.
I never got one,


Although I was in the 4th Inf that's not mine.
Found the pic online.
 

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Been wanting a poncho liner since I got out. Finally scored a new one at a gun show a while back. It's digital camo, but works just like my old leaf camo one did back in the day.
 
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