The 34th Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop was an organic unit to the 34th Infantry Division, the Red Bulls. The 34th Inf. Div. & the 88th Inf. Div., the Blue Devils, were divisions that served in Italy together in 1944-45. The veteran was probably a member of the 88th first, so that patch is on the right sleeve. Since the 34th Cav. Recon. Trp. was listed on the discharge document, that means he was a member of that unit last. Therefore, he would have the 34th Inf. Div. patch on his left sleeve. As to why he would of went from one unit to the other, most of the time it was because the veteran was wounded or ill. When he recovered, he did not necessarily go back to his original unit.
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the patch on the right shoulder is the unit that a man 1st sees combat with. the one on the left is for the unit that he is currently assigned to. if you see combat with a unit and remain assigned to it you can wear that patch on both shoulders.
If you are attached to a cavalry unit have been to combat with a cavalry unit and/or been part of a Spur ride then yes
If they were in the Army, Navy, Cavalry etc. yes. But ordinary Victorians did not walk around wearing uniform.
It is not the uniform. But the personality of the person in the uniform
The soldier shoots at the soldier wearing the uniform of the enemy (which ever that enemy is). The soldier fights to survive.
I do not like the uniform that old soldier is wearing.Take that uniform off Right now, it looks pathetic on you!I do not like the uniform that my principle made me wear.
yes they can
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I think you are referring to the series "Branded" starring Chuck Conners, a cavalry soldier who was wrongly accused and stripped of his rank. Clint Eastwood starred as a cowboy on another series called "Rawhide."
The uniform worn by Lord Nelson Rathbone was that of a cavalry officer of the British Army, with heavy cavalry Sabre being the sword he used. He also wore the insignia of a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order ...
Could it have been red.
A uniform, just like other soldiers...
Each individual soldier is responsible for the purchase of their own uniforms, however each soldier will receive their initial issue of all Army equipment to include (ACU, Dress uniform and PT uniform) while at Basic Combat Training, as well each soldier will receive a yearly allowance to replace worn uniforms and accessories.
Only if the company allows mobile calls to be made on their premises ! Just because the soldier is in uniform, does not exempt them from obeying individual building rules !
She could, but I don't recommend it!
It is redcoats.
for family fued: uniform, helmet, weapon, boots
The appearance of a soldier is part of the discipline and professionalism that we require of those who represent our government. The uniform is to identify military personnel, both in conflict and in peace. The maintenance of the uniform demonstrates the degree to which the soldier respects the military way.
About 20 000 people wore the us uniform in world war 2
If you are looking for authentic, no, as 10 year olds where not in the cavalry, though in a pinch, you can make one with a "suit" jacket and some buttons. Just add some buttons to the coat to give it a cavalry look, then have him dress in kakis with "boots" you can make from tubes of cloth.
a 2 foot man that wears a uniform
Police officer Nurse Doctor Firefighter Soldier Maid
The uniform originates from the British cavalry. The red serge (coat) Blue breeches (pants) with the yellow stripe down the pant leg. High Brown Boots (horse riding boots)
Thhe confederate uniforms were mainly grey with yellow trim.