Sent in by a reader - negative knowledge on name, ID . . .
OK, let's take it from the top:
Beret: appears to have a miniature SF tab above the "de Oppresso" crest on his beret - WRONG.
Left shoulder: this is the ONLY instance I have EVER seen of the unofficial MACV-SOG patch worn on the left shoulder in place of the regular Special Forces "Electric Butter Knife" unit patch. WRONG.
MACV-SOG vets DO wear this badge - usually as a miniature metallic lapel pin or cap badge.
Left chest: Combat Infantryman's Badge with Star (indicating two wars - Vietnam, sure, doesn't look old enough for Korea; Dom Rep maybe?)
HALO jumpmaster, static-line jumpmaster, unidentified foreign wings (wrong side) US and foreign ribbons mixed up in wrong order. I can identify Silver Star with V device - (WRONG - Silver Star is ONLY awarded for valor - V device is for Bronze Star) - Bronze Star with V - Vietnam campaign ribbons, some kind of UN ribbons . . .
Expert "Bolo" Badge w/ three types of qualification - RARELY WORN by retired vets as this badge requires current qualification.
Miscellaneous medals and badges, probably European in origin . . . possibly Baltic?
Blue "U.E.P." crest with parachute within the European Union stars - does U.E.P. stand for Union European Parachutiste? WEIRD.
German Bundeswehr Fallschirmjaeger (paratrooper) beret insignia, improperly displayed.
Necktie: possible British Airborne Regiment.
Right chest: miscellaneous foreign wings (I see Bundeswehr wings there).
This guy looks strangely familiar. I once met the Prince Regent of Mongolia and this guy looks like a younger version of him. Maybe it's his little brother. Hmmm . . .