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US Army M1938 Officer’s Dress Blue Uniform & Visor Cap; Attributed WW2 Brig. Gen.

1 Field Grade Dress Blue Visor Cap and Uniform of Raymond E. McQuillin Lt. Colonel. of Cavalry; Tailor made and dated 1938. Uniform is named on tailors tag and in cap with his calling card. Gen. McQuillin saw action in the North African Campaign with the 1st Armored Division having attained the rank of Brig. General in 1942. -$350.

Commissioned second Lieutenant United States. Cavalry, 1912; advanced through grades to Brigadier General, 1942. Served on Mexican border, 1912-1916. US Cavalry, 1917-1918. Signal Corps, 1918-1921. Military aide at White House, 1927-1931. General Staff duty, 1934-1936. Instructor, Command and General staff, 1936-1940. 1941-42 1st Armored Division, N. African Campaign. Inspector General Fifth Army, 1945-1947. Retired Decorations: Silver Star



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