1940s ROTC Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Uniform, ID'd to Troy H. Neal - ORIGINAL RARE - SOLD
Original 1940s Pre WWII ROTC VPI Cadet Uniform
"Virginia Polytechnic Institute "VPI"
THIS IS A RARE UNIFORM -
THIS IS A RARE UNIFORM - In great used condition
This uniform was worn by cadet Troy H. Neal as identified in the uniform. The uniform includes his blue tunic with his rank chevrons, and VPI buttons, blue/grey trousers with black stripe, white belt w/double buckle by "NS Meyer NY" , his chest belt and buckle, his cover "cap" with original box having VPI buttons on cap, cuffs, and neck cover.
Nice collectors item, research on Troy H, Neal shows he served as an officer in The Korean Way after graduating from VPI.
Information found on this cadet - Lieutenant Colonel, H. Neal Troy, Active Army Reserve (retired) (07/09/28 - 09/08/19) A proud cadet graduate of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, Neal earned both BS and MS degrees in ceramic engineering. He was then deployed as an Infantry Officer during the Korean Conflict from 1951 to 1953. Until just three years prior to his death, Neal had been traveling annually to Blacksburg to attend the cadet reunion and to march onto the field with the other cadets at the beginning of a football game. It would be nice to see this uniform reunited with his family. SOLD
NOTE: THE MANNEQUIN IS FOR DISPLAY ONLY AND NOT PART OF THE GROUP.