Sometime I Need To Be Alone And Listen To Gordon Lightfoot shirt .This vintage shirt honors Vietnam Veterans, particularly those that were in the United States Army Special Forces, known more colloquially as the Green Berets. In 1961, President Kennedy chose to send a group of Green Berets to Vietnam as “special advisers”, to train the South Vietnamese forces in counter-insurgency warfare. This was just one of the earliest groups of special forces soldiers sent to aid in the conflict in Vietnam. In 1964, another special ops group called the Military Assistance Command Vietnam-Studies and Observations Group or MACV-SOG was also established.This rad t-shirt is a keepsake from the triathlon in honor of the 50th anniversary of Morristown National Historical Park in New Jersey. Morristown was the nation’s first National Historical park when it was founded in 1933. The park encompasses four sites that were important during the American Revolutionary War, including Fort Nonsense and the Ford Mansion. During the war, George Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter of 1780 in Morristown, which remains the coldest winter on record for New Jersey.
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Sometime I Need To Be Alone And Listen To Gordon Lightfoot shirt .This cool long sleeved tee was made by a brand called Laguna, which is a local surfwear brand that has been based out of Laguna Beach since 1982. The tag on this shirt matches the groovy font used on the sign outside Laguna Surf & Sports’ retail location, situated just a short walk away from Anita Street Beach.This shirt features some sweet surf themed graphics on both the front and the sleeve, and they perfectly encapsulate the laid back beach vibes of California surf culture. Laguna Surf & Sport also has their own surf team and offers lessons for anyone in the area looking to learn how to enjoy this awesome sport.
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