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Military Insignia: Stripes and Bars by Rank • Military ...

Chevrons: Most enlisted personnel in every military service branch wear chevrons, or v-shaped stripes. Bars: These are worn by officers in the lower pay grades. Officers at the O-1 pay grade wear one gold bar, O-2 wear one silver bar, O-3 wear two silver bars and warrant officers wear striped bars. Oak leaves: Officers at the O-4 pay grade wear ...

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 · Merchant Marine Hard Board epaulets. Hard Board epaulets are available with one to four stripes. Anchor embroidered in Perma Gold. Stripes are "Bright Gold" as regular epaulets. Hard Boards will fit on both loop and strap shirts. $52.95 per pair. …

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U.S. ARMY 916TH SUPPORT BRIGADE UNIT CREST

The 916th Support Brigade Distinctive Unit Insignia, also called a unit crest of a DUI, was approved on 30 March 2009. In lieu of what would typically be a shield we see a blue, grid-lined globe that is an emblem of the world-class, multinational support that is contracted to the Nation Training Center's customers, government agencies, and civil organizations.

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Military Uniforms CS & US of the American Civil War

American Civil War (US and CS) military uniforms (Enlisted, NCO and Officer) available include: military dress coats / tunics, frock (frockcoats) and sack coats (sackcoats), shell jackets (shelljackets), military blouses, chevrons, shoulder bars, service stripes, great coats (greatcoats), capes, shirts (including, pull-over, bib-front and fireman's), cravats, pants (trousers), vests, underwear ...

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Abstract. Potamochoerus porcus (Linnaeus, 1758) is a monotypic suid commonly known as the red river hog. It is 1 of 2 species in the genus Potamochoerus and among the smallest and most plesiomorphic (ancestral) of the 8 African suids. This is the brightest colored wild pig species and is identified by its rufous coat and white dorsal crest; spectacled black-and-white facemask; and elongated ...

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Civil War Bayonet, Scabbard, Holsters, Cartridge Box, Cap ...

 · Nearly identical to the American Civil War Cap Box, except with US in oval embossed on the flap. This economical cap box features an interior lining, brass finial, 2 belt loops on the back and is sewn in white thread. Started life as a Civil War pattern pouch, was probably unissued, and was then recycled for use during the Indian Wars era.

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Uniforms of the Confederate States ... - Military Wiki

 · The Uniforms of the Confederate States military forces were the uniforms used by the Confederate Army and Navy during the American Civil War, from 1861 to 1865. The uniform initially varied greatly due to a variety of reasons, such as location, …

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Uniform and Insignia Guide to the Wear and Appearance …

 · SUMMARY DA PAM 670–1 Guide to the Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia This administrative revision, dated 10 April 2014-o Makes administrative changes (paras 13-14 e and f, 14-15e and f, 21-12b(4), and 22-16 b(4)). o Updates paragraph references and figures (paras 22-17 d(6), (7), (8), (10), and (14) and figs 14-13, 21-55, 22-56, and 22-63).

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Photography during the Civil War - Encyclopedia ia

During the course of the American Civil War (1861–1865), more than 3,000 individual photographers made war-related images. From Southerners' first pictures of Fort Sumter in April 1861 to Alexander Gardner's images of Richmond 's ruined cityscape in April 1865, photographers covered nearly every major theater of military operations. They documented battlefields, soldiers' activities ...

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