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Novice Snowflake 09-27-2009 13:32

Green Beret Magazines ?
 
Does anyone remember the Green Beret Magazine that started in the mid 1960's ?

The reason I remember those magazines is because someone gave me the magazines mostly from 1968 to 1970.

f50lrrp 09-27-2009 16:48

Yes, i remember them.

Richard 09-27-2009 17:29

Quote:

Does anyone remember the Green Beret Magazine that started in the mid 1960's ?

The reason I remember those magazines is because someone gave me the magazines mostly from 1968 to 1970.
Do you know where you are and to whom you've asked that question? :confused:

What's your point HWYNAS?

You need to work on your situational awareness (SA) before you embarrass yourself.

Richard

Novice Snowflake 09-27-2009 18:20

It was supposed to be three sentences. I thought I had posted that.

The last part was that I am working on scanning some of the magazines in pdf if some of you guys would enjoy that. A blast from the past and where SF stands today as it is. :)

Richard 09-27-2009 19:27

That makes more sense - thanks. ;)

Richard

SF_BHT 09-27-2009 22:04

FYI

They were from 1966-1970 and were monthly's

If you have all from 68-70 that is not a bad collection.

wet dog 09-27-2009 22:07

Who remembers...
 
the short lived mag called Gung Ho? circa 1982-???

dirtyshirt 09-27-2009 22:26

Wet Dog...

I remember "Gung Ho". Was kinda like the underdog "Soldier of Fortune".

Do you remember "Eagle" Magazine,which was out about the same time period?

Yes,I am old:)

Novice Snowflake 09-27-2009 23:30

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Originally Posted by SF_BHT (Post 285778)
FYI

They were from 1966-1970 and were monthly's

If you have all from 68-70 that is not a bad collection.

No, not all of them. Five from 1968 three from 1969 and one from 1970.

Scimitar 09-28-2009 01:05

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Originally Posted by HardworkYetNotASoldier (Post 285741)
It was supposed to be three sentences. I thought I had posted that.

The last part was that I am working on scanning some of the magazines in pdf if some of you guys would enjoy that. A blast from the past and where SF stands today as it is. :)

Copyright...?

S

Richard 09-28-2009 04:55

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Copyright...?
Shouldn't be if they're the originals published by then 5th SFG PAO - might be a consideration if they're the copies put out by Steve Sherman at Radix Press.

A monthly magazine produced in Vietnam by 5th Special Forces Group (Abn). All 52 issues have been carefully reprinted on glossy paper stock and bound in five paper-bound volumes representing the years of publication (1966-1970). There is a detailed index as well as a list of SF losses listed alphabetically and chronologically in Volume 1 (1966). A hard-bound collectors edition, in two volumes, is also available.

http://specialforcesbooks.com/Welcome.htm

Richard

Novice Snowflake 09-28-2009 09:34

I have the orginials but since someone else is re-printing the magazines.

Probably best to not upload the few magazines I have.

It is amazing what one can find on the internet these days.

greenberetTFS 09-28-2009 09:51

Anyone remember the "Decader" before it became the Drop? :)The paper sheets were like newspaper quality and the only coloring I recall was the green print on the front cover!!!! ;)

Big Teddy :munchin

Scimitar 09-28-2009 09:51

Thanks Richard!

S

LongWire 09-28-2009 10:10

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Originally Posted by HardworkYetNotASoldier (Post 285845)
I have the orginials but since someone else is re-printing the magazines.

Probably best to not upload the few magazines I have.

It is amazing what one can find on the internet these days.

Okay, thanks for nothing then.....Why exactly are you here again???

How old are you anyways..........the internet these days? You are truly knowledgeable beyond your years....Yeah Not!!!!!

You should really decide about joining or not and then getting on with your life.

At any rate the airsofters are missing you at the Blackhawk Down reenactment!!!!


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