1-0 Jacket

Art Driscoll’s first model 1-0 (One-Zero) jacket. The garments were originally procured by the Counter Insurgency Support Office (CISO) for a light weight cross border wind breaker but had been proved to be too noisy while worn and were reissued as a camp souvenir jacket.

In 1968, Arthur F. Driscoll served with Military Assistance Command Vietnam Studies and Observations Group (MAC V SOG), Command and Control North (CCN), Recon Company, assigned to Recon Team Krait.

Sergeant (E-5) Driscoll processed out of the Army in August 1969 after three years’ service with twelve months in Vietnam.