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Old Today, 06:23 PM
Location: Texas Hill Country
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There are all kinds of generic military supporting clothing out there. Just look around a bit and you'll find them.

Here's one example:

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Old Today, 08:38 PM
Location: Wasilla, AK
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I don't see an issue with wearing a military-themed t-shirt. Where I draw the line is wearing something that indicates you're a veteran, when you're not. I have a hat and a t-shirt that says "Afghanistan Veteran" along with the Afghanistan Campaign ribbon one each one. I also have a DD-214 that lists the Afghanistan Campaign Medal as one of my awards. My personal opinion is that you don't wear anything concerning a campaign if you were not involved in it and you don't have anything proving you were involved in it.
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