Wartime El Salvadoran camouflage uniform set that was badged and worn by a US Special Forces Advisor during the El Salvadorian Civil War. The garment top is badged on the left sleeve with a Commando and a Parachutist (Airborne) tab, the left breast pocket has a Soldier of Fortune patch (passed out by Robert Brown of Soldier of Fortune Magazine) that is surmounted with a El Salvador tape and measures out with a 48 inch chest. The pants have a 36 inch waist and a 30 inch inseam. The set is featured on the site specialforceshistory as artifact number APU-079 and will come with a letter of authenticity, a photograph of the veteran during one of his tour in Vietnam and a picture of the veteran holding the piece when I acquired it. The uniform set is attributed to a Special Forces veteran who served multiple tours in Vietnam with the Mike Forces and Military Assistance Command Vietnam Studies and Observations Group (MAC V SOG), Command and Control Central (CCC), assigned to the Hatchet Forces and in the 1980s performed several trips in and out of El Salvador.This is a very rare uniform set. The item "Attributed US Special Forces Advisor to El Salvador Camouflage Uniform Set" is in sale since Saturday, March 17, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Vietnam (1961-75)\Original Period Items\Uniforms". The seller is "the_dog_tag" and is located in Spencer, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.