1980's American Ex POW - MIA Ringer T-Shirt - Size L

Check out this sweet vintage 80's tee dedicated to the living and deceased American soldiers who were prisoners of war or missing in action. Wonderfully thin, soft, and lightweight, this tee has been worn to vintage perfection!

White in color, the tee has bright red rings around the neck and sleeves. In the center of the front of the shirt are two lines of marching men, with the leaders of both lines hoisting the American flag. The men in the left line appear to be soldiers wearing uniforms while the men on the right are wearing ragged clothing, with the second guy in line using crutches. These men most likely represent the POWs and MIA soldiers. In the background is a mountain with small crosses, representing a graveyard. This image is surrounded in red and blue barbed wire, with the text "Pacific", "Europe", "Korea" and "Vietnam" centered on each side. Inside the bard wire square is the text "American Ex POW-MIA Living & Deceased. Marching to Freedom." Finally, the POW-MIA motto "Non Solum Armis", meaning Not By Arms Alone" can be seen in a crest above the marching men.

On the back of the shirt is another nice large image of the crest and motto.

Very cool piece of history!

Brand: Screen Stars

Measurements (Inches, with item lying flat)

Chest (Armpit to Armpit): 21.25”
Length: 27.25”
Tag Size: XL
Fits Like: L
Material: 50% Polyester / 50% Cotton

Item Condition: Great vintage condition! Has a super small pinhole on the right shoulder, but it's incredibly tough to see. Outside of that the tee's in great shape! Please refer to the pictures for further details.

Note - This item may have been pinned to the mannequin for display purposes. Please refer to the measurements for best fit.

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