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Vito Scaletta's US Army Service Uniform [COMPLETED]
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Hi all,

 

I've been in the process of recreating the Service Uniform/Service Dress that is included in the WAR HERO DLC that would reflect on Vito Scaletta's Service from 1943-1945 while with the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment in the 82nd Airborne. Below will reflect on his decorations

 

Vito was drafted in either May 1943 or later(Born 5/2/25 and arrested when 18 Years Old) and would've participated in atleast 5-6 Campagins while with the 504th PIR: (Italian Campagins: Sicily, Naples-Foggia, Anzio) Battle of the Bulge, and Rhineland.

For these Campagins he would have the European-African-Middle Eastern Campagin Medal with 4 Campagin Stars and a Arrowhead Device(Parachute Jump)

He was wounded during the Battle of the Bulge qualifying him for a Purple Heart, he was decorated with a DSC(Distinguished Service Cross: 2nd Highest US Army Decoration below the Medal of Honor) and I believe he would've also qualified for a Good Conduct Medal. As he was in the Military for about 1 Year and a half he was also awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge for in combat and performing infantry duties and as he was in the 82nd Airborne he qualified for Parachutist Wings.

 

 

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Credit to mafiascene.net User OfficerPuppy for originally editing and creating the Template that I used to finish the uniform. Credit to myself for the researching and historical accuracy on Vito Scaletta's Service Uniform. The only problemswith it is the Dress Shoes, Belt, and the Pockets which is inaccurate for Enlisted Men in World War II. There isn't a belt on Enlisted Men's Tunics and the Pockets should be without a line and the pocket flap style.

 

This will be available for public use later tomorrow.



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