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Silent Warrior Foundation Presents – SGM Phill Hanson Discussing Early Delta Assault Vest

In their latest of a series of videos, the Silent Warrior Foundation takes us through an early Delta Force Custom Made Assault Vest with hosts Dave Hall and Retired Delta Force Veteran Sergeant Major Phill Hanson.

The Silent Warrior Foundation is honoring Operation Eagle Claw during their upcoming Whiskey and War Stories event in August. This will include an auction of artifacts signifigant to the mission.

11 Responses to “Silent Warrior Foundation Presents – SGM Phill Hanson Discussing Early Delta Assault Vest”

  1. jbgleason says:

    THANK YOU for this video. I am on SSD every day and this may be the best thing I have ever seen here. There is so much to learn from those who have gone before and we miss it too many times. You could make a career out of filming vids like this with old school warriors.

    • Alpha2 says:

      Agree. It’s always interesting and informative to see how the old school guys did it and why…and how the gear has continued to evolve over the decades. Cool stuff.

      • Brando says:

        Same. I’m on here every morning and love the historical articles like this.

  2. Matt Peters says:

    Thank you SSD for the continued support of the SWF!

  3. Lasse says:

    Oh man, there is such a clear lineage to the “modern” vests of the 90s that it’s blowing my mind. Very cool.

  4. Vic Toree says:

    Very cool, thank you for sharing this!

  5. Hatchet says:

    Another instalment? Massive COOL!! Thank you Eric and thank you so much, Sergeant Major Hanson! These videos are solid GOLD! With a lot of platinum in between..

  6. iggy says:

    I’d love to hear from the rigging crew too.