Marine Corps NTA Okinawa Jungle Warfare School T-shirt

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The left chest logo is the logo with the outline of the island of Okinawa surrounded by "Jungle Warfare Training Center -Camp Gonsales, NTA - Okinawa." The full back logo is the diamond shaped logo and has Jungle Warfare school logo.


You can get the shirt in either black, olive drab or desert tan. The logos are gold on the black and olive drab shirts.  The logos will be black on the desert tan shirts.



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  • 5
    High quality

    Posted by CommBubba on 7th Jan 2021

    Awesome product with great memories attached to it. Much appreciated.

  • 5
    Happy Marine

    Posted by Brianna Fedde on 30th Sep 2020

    I ordered this for my Marine husband to replace his original JWT shirt (it had arm vents). He put it on immediately upon opening the package and wore it proudly. Thank you for making his day! There was a slight delay in production that was communicated appropriately--this was 100% worth the wait.

  • 5
    Quality shirt, quality memories

    Posted by William Beasy on 25th Jul 2020

    I attended leadership school at Camp Hansen in the mid-late 60s. It was a combo survival/tactical format. I was Army but our Field First was Mastery Gunnery Sergeant Riddle. I remember his leadership style and knowledge to this day. I even considered transferring to the Corps! This shirt brings fond memories of Camp Hansen and Kin Village! Thanks for a robust, well-stitched shirt!

  • 5

    Posted by Joel Omundson on 12th May 2020

    Great shirt! I just had to get another one.

  • 5
    A Gift

    Posted by Tom Maczynski on 22nd Jun 2019

    I got this tee for my son who was with 2/7 and attended JWTC. Great shirt, he loves it! Paul carries great stuff at Hard Charger. Semper Fi!

  • 5
    nicely done

    Posted by Majid Foroozandeh on 3rd Oct 2017

    very nicely done and good quality

  • 5
    "GOOD TA GO" shirt

    Posted by Max Roark on 15th Nov 2016

    I am so glad that I discovered this company owned by a former Marine. The shirts are one of a kind and unless you served, you probably wouldn't understand most of the logos. Which makes these shirts even more appealing to the "Few" that do!