As far as what uniforms were worn on "D"Day, the answer is not complete and there are several errors; First of all, the boots worn by the U.S. Army were brown, not black. They came in three styles, Service boots with leggings, two buckle boots and the Airborne Jump boots. Further, the uniforms were a mixture of the 1941 uniform and the 1943 uniform, the difference being the jacket. The paratroopers had their own unique uniform consisting of a jacket with "Rigger" pouches, some reenforced, some as issued. The paratrooper helmet was unique also as it had a liner connected to the helmet with special webbing so the helmet and liner would not separate during the jump.
In the US Civil War, the Union (North) Army usually wore blue. The South wore Grey but often they didn't have official uniforms.
4 star generals are in the US
Army Regulations booklet 670-1 Wear and Apperance of Uniforms and Insignia
It depends what school.
There are no US states in which students are legally required to wear uniforms, although individual schools or school districts may require uniforms.
Depends on which army, and which uniform you have in mind. The current US Army Class A uniforms are blue, with the blouse being a dark blue, and the trousers being much lighter, while officers wear a gold stripe down the sides of the trousers. The ACU (Army Combat Uniform) is various shades of green, tan, and grey.
They wear the same uniforms as the rest of their unit. This may be the ACU or MultiCam uniform for the Army, the MARPAT uniform for the Marines, the ABU for the Air Force.... special operations units have a bit more leniency in what they wear as far as uniforms go. They might wear any of the above, or even the phased out BDU, DCU, or ERDL uniforms if they saw fit to.
The Union army was supplied with wool uniforms and the Confederate army uniforms were either wool or cotton fabrics.
Q: What did the Army wear in WW2?AnswerSoldiers were issued uniforms, boots, helmets and equipment and their weapons when they went to war. Each country had their own design and color of uniforms. And within an Army such as US, there were many types of uniforms for different branches of service(Army, navy, Marines) as well as different types of climates. Uniforms could vary based upon the purpose of the soldier. Example a Paratrooper would wear a different uniform than an infantryman or an airman.Why a uniform?Uniforms were issued because it was cheaper to mass produce them. And every soldier had to have something to wear that would identify him as a friend. Having common clothes and equipment made it easier to supply replacement items.
At the beginning of the US Civil War, some of the the Confederate army uniforms were a butternut color. Grey was introduced as soon as these color uniforms could be produced. The US army already had blue uniforms and remained with that color.
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This pin is worn on US Army uniforms to indicate that the wearer is a member of the US Army Field Artillery.
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they wore green uniforms but the unifroms were different in between army units and the marines had 2 different uniforms
delta are authorized not to wear any BDU's at all. they wear civlian dress and have civilian appearance to blend in.
The US Army females were part of the US Army WACs (Women Army Corps); as depicted in the TV and film MASH. They were issued WAC uniforms. In Vietnam, they appeared to be the same OG (Olive Green) fatigues as worn by the men, but were obviously tailored for females. Many, if not most, of the US Military females in country appeared to be officers. The one distinguishing feature about their uniforms was (unless they got them from other than US supply) they all seemed to have epaulets on their fatique shirt (called a jacket in the army). US GI jungle fatiques didn't have epaulets on their shoulders. All US jungle fatiques were OG cotten rip stop material.
They wear uniforms because they are told to do so, and because their parents and others are not protesting. Some adults think that uniforms will stop bullying, crime, etc., and some have flawed ideas about how the world works. But we shouldn't have to wear uniforms because they describe us and show our personality. Students will always point out each others' flaws, no matter what; uniforms don't do anything.
Yes, some American schools have uniforms
It isn't a Field Manual, it is a regulation. The link below is the entire 362 page regulation from the US Army web site.
The US Army Air Corps Mess Dress summer uniforms looked like white jackets and black trousers. At least this was the case until the early part of the 1980s.