South Korea's Marine Corps adopted this distinctive camouflage pattern in the late 1970s. It first appeared during the 1978 field exercise Twin Dragons. It served the South Korean Marines until 1991 when South Korea adopted Tonghap/Woodland pattern for all branches.
These shirts are genuine Republic of Korea Marine Corps surplus. A very rare find here in the United States (or anywhere else for that matter).
The Short & Sweet:
- Genuine Republic of Korea Marine Corps surplus
- Issued; Good condition
- Patches and embroidery not guaranteed
- Turtleshell camouflage colorway
- Button-up front
- Two slant pockets
- May or may not have one pocket on left arm
- Straight, non-adjustable cuffs