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    9th Infantry Division 60th Regiment Stencil - Version 1 www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    9th Infantry Division 60th Regiment Stencil - Version 2 www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    442nd Regimental Combat Team Helmet Stencil. The 442nd Regiment was the most decorated unit for its size and length of service in the history of American warfare. www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    This is a WW2 British Ambulance Service Staff Officer stencil. It allows you to hand paint the text 'STAFF A OFFICER' on the front of the Tommy Helmet. This particular helmet example also had the 'A' stencilled on the rear of the helmet. www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    Prior to and during World War One, the German Imperial Army marked their Pickelhaube camouflage covers with Regimental numbers. These were either sewn or stencilled. These stencils allow you to stencil German regimental markings onto your Pickelhaube cover. www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    Stencil template that can be used on World War Two M1 or M2 Helmets to create a Foreign Correspondent's insignia. Like all our stencils they can be reused several times. This stencil was made famous by John Florea who covered the Pacific and European Theatres in WW2. www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    Rare helmet stencil for the famous 'SeaBees' - it features a 'Bee' and machine gun. 'SEABEES' comes from the term Construction Battalions. The need for a militarized Naval Construction Force to build advance bases in the war zone was evident when under international law civilian engineers could be executed if they resisted military forces. The SeeBees were thus formed. www.warhats.com/... www.warhats.com

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    Very rare helmet stencil for the famous 'SeeBees' - it features a mermaid and the text 'CB' which comes from the term Construction Battalions. This stencil comes from a very early war helmet before the stencil changed to a 'Fighting Bee'. The need for a militarized Naval Construction Force to build advance bases in the war zone was evident when under international law civilian engineers could be executed if they resisted military forces. The SeeBees were thus formed. www.warhats.com

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    British Parachute Regiment Helmet Stencil. This allows you spray or hand paint a stencil onto your helmet or piece of equipment. With much equipment, including helmets, being standardised across the British army this is a great way to identify your helmet as being 'Airborne'. You can either paint it on the left hand side of your helmet without camouflage cover or use cloth friendly paint on your camouflage cover. Carry on the tradition from WW2 and mark up your helmet with your Para Battalion

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    British Parachute Regiment Helmet Stencil. This allows you spray or hand paint a stencil onto your helmet or piece of equipment. With much equipment, including helmets, being standardised across the British army this is a great way to identify your helmet as being 'Airborne'. You can either paint it on the left hand side of your helmet without camouflage cover or use cloth friendly paint on your camouflage cover. Carry on the tradition from WW2 and mark up your helmet with your Para Battalion

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    326th Airborne Medical Company Helmet Stencil. This stencil is suitable for hand or spray painting and can easily be done by anyone with a steady hand. www.warhats.com

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    Marshal of Italy, General of the Army. Maresciallo d’Italia, Generale d’Armata, Comandante designato d’Armata, Generale di Corpo d’Armata (fregio dorato) - Generale di Divisione, Generale di Brigata (fregio argentato, spesso con sfondo di color robbio) - Ufficiali di Stato Maggiore (fregio nero). www.warhats.com

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    35th Infantry Division has been a formation of the National Guard since World War I. It was again activated on 23 December 1940, as a National Guard Division from Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. It landed on Omaha Beach, Normandy, 5–7 July 1944, and entered combat 11 July, fighting in the Normandy hedgerows, north of Saint-Lô. The division beat off 12 German counter-attacks at Emelie before entering Saint-Lô, 18 July. It then went on and fought in several more combats. www.warhats.com

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    The 90th Inf. Div. served in WW1 & WW2. Its lineage is carried on by the 90th Sustainment Brigade. During WWII it landed in England, 5 April 1944, and trained from 10 April to 4 June. First elements of the division saw action on D-Day, 6 June, on Utah Beach Normandy, the remainder entering combat 10 June. The Division took part in several more major combats of WW2. www.warhats.com

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    WW2 6th Naval Beach Battalion (NBB) Helmet Stencil. Moving men and equipment across the beach during the D-Day invasion was the mission of the 2nd, 6th and 7th Naval Beach Battalions. They were in the first wave of Americans to land on Omaha Beach. www.warhats.com

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    M33 Italian Helmet Stencil GNR Guardia Nazionale Repubblicana Casco d'acciaio WW2 Stencil. www.warhats.com

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    WW2 German Auto Union Factory Helmet Stencil Template M34 M35 M40 M42 Stahlhelm www.warhats.com

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    This is a Royal Italian Paratrooper stencil from World War Two. It was used by the Italian Airborne forces within Mussolini's Italian Paratrooper arm. Applied to one of our customers M42 helmets. www.warhats.com

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    M1 M2 M1C Helmet Decal Stencil 502d PIR 101st Airborne. The stencil is not (slightly), 100% symmetrical, this is to make it look hand painted when completed or stencil completed - just as many originals were. Also notice this is a larger stencil than the one for sale below, this represents a early to mid war helmet stencil where they were larger than the later war markings. www.warhats.com

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    Chinese KMT (Kuomintang of China), stencil used on M35 German Helmets supplied to the Chinese by the Germans and painted generally by the Germans before shipping to Japan. There are some with decals but the vast majority are stencils, just like our accurate version. Used in the Sino-Japanese War, China at that time having a close relationship with Germany. www.warhats.com

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    An example of one stencil being used to do multiple helmets by one of our most valued customers! www.warhats.com

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    Italian Navy helmet stencil. This stencil was used prior to WW2, during WW2 and after WW2. There were numerous variations including hand painted ones. There were no transfers used they were all painted. Casco italiano stencil Marina. Questo stencil è stato utilizzato prima WW2, durante e dopo la WW2 WW2. Ci sono state numerose varianti, tra cui quelli dipinti a mano. Non ci sono stati trasferimenti utilizzati erano tutti dipinti. www.warhats.com

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    Italian Military field artillery regiment Stencil. This stencil was worn by the famous 8th regiment with and without the number '8' in the circle. You can purchase the number 8 separately. The 8th Regiment fought with honour in Russia in the Stalingrad campaign. This stencil was also used by other field artillery units. www.warhats.com

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    Volkswagen (VW) was originally founded in 1937 by the Nazi trade union, the German Labour Front (Deutsche Arbeitsfront). In 1933, Adolf Hitler demanding the production of a basic vehicle capable of transporting two adults and three children at 100 km/h (62 mph). He wanted his German citizens to have the same access to a car as the Americans. This stencil is suitable for hand or spray painting but has to be finished with hand painting. www.warhats.com

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    Apply the blank shield first and paint in blue. Allow to dry and then apply the '100' stencil making sure the edges surround the blue shield properly. Paint in the outline and the bottom half of the '100' in gold or yellow paint and allow to dry. Paint in the top half of the '100' in white paint and allow to dry. Remove the stencil and hand paint in the sections where the 'tabs' were, including joining up the gaps in the '100'. www.warhats.com

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