Original U.S. WWII Marine Corps Paramarine Camouflage Bazooka Rocket Bag – USMC
Hassle Free Returns
No questions asked, 30 days return policy.
All orders are shipped in 1-3 business days.
SSL Enabled Secure Checkout
Original Item: Only One Available. This is an incredibly rare very good condition United States Marine Corps Paramarine Camouflage Bazooka Rocket Bag. The bag measures approximately 33″ Long and 13.5″ wide. It features a reinforced shoulder strap and two reinforced loops at either end. There if a fold over flap with three lift-the-dot style snaps.
As the name implies, these bags were used with the two-part M9 Bazookas, and possibly the M20 Super Bazooka, though we have not been able to test the fit on one of those. It is constructed of USMC Double Sided camouflage canvas, though there is no way to reverse the bag and have it be functional.
A very rare bag in great shape!
Established in 1940, the Paramarines were United States Marines who were trained as paratroopers. An all-volunteer force within the USMC, the Paramarines found themselves hamstrung by the Corps’ lack of sufficient air assets for large scale aerial assaults, and like their counterparts with the Army Airborne and the German Fallschirmjaegers were used as an elite light infantry force. While never jumping en-masse, the Paramarines were active participants in the “island hopping” campaign in the Pacific, distinguishing themselves on Guadalcanal and other battlefields, with two Paramarines participating in the famous flag raising at Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima. Much like their…