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Prop Russian Dress Uniform

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This dress uniform featured below and its patch styles were utilized in scenes such as this one in which two Russian troops in dress uniforms are discussing an arrow they found which one of them assumes may be an ancient Indian artifact crafted of fine bone. In Red Dawn Russian troops fight along side Cuban and Nicaraguan troops. Many of the soldiers in the film had generic looking camoflauge costumes. The more deluxe Russian dress type uniforms really stand out and are a unique collectible item reminiscent of the Cold War.

The Uniform featured below was constructed from modifed German military surplus. Both of the shoulder tops feature "CA" a Russian acronymn. The side of one arm features a marksman related badge and the front of the uniform top has gold stars. The shoulder tops and patch were custom made for the film.

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