Very large and complete group to US Army Brigadier General Theodore H. Andrews. He earned two Silver Stars with the 143rd Infantry (36th Division) in WWII, and later was Asst. Div. Commander of the 7th Division in post war Korea. He retired as a Deputy Chief of Staff out of the Continental Army Command in 1971.
The group includes the items shown in the photos and some highlights include:
-Dress green uniform with sewn on ribbon bar, CIB, Glider Wings, JCS Badge, Cap (name card inside), and GO pants (not shown).
-Two fatigue shirts with color insignia. One of the shirts is a very heavy material and custom made. The other has tailor added epaulettes.
-Gold piped General's garrison cap.
-Custom Korean made tanker jacket with a silky lining. The zipper is broken and needs replacing, but it's a neat piece
-Boxed medals (not engraved) for Silver Star (numbered), Legion of Merit, Purple Heart (numbered), Army Commendation, and Bronze Star. All medals are WWII period, with the exception of the ARCOM which is from the 50's. Riker mount not included if shipping.
-Additional medals to include his Croix de Guerre (framed citation included).
-Three ascots with unit insignias on them, mostly 7th Division
-Several plaques, mostly from his Colonel - General days
-Interesting 18th Infantry Regiment pole with rings engraved with battles the Regiment participated in going back to the Civil War.
-Custom made Korean Patch
-Small packet of copied photos and research.
Really a great and comprehensive group all to one General.