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Vietnam "Reflections" Tee Shirt

About 15 yrs. ago, I purchased a T-Shirt with a print called "Reflections" by Lee Teter. The shirt has seen better days, with all the wear over the years. Can anyone tell me if this shirt can still be found anywhere?

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i just ordered a  new reflections shirt from www.vietnamreflections.com .  it is run by the vva chapter 172.  out of cumberland md.  they still sell them .  on their home page click on apparel on the right hand side under prints and media.  

My shirts arrived today, just what i wanted. Only 24 hrs from ordring.

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