Field Jacket

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List Of United States Marine Corps Individual Equipment - Historical Items
... The following items are obsolete and no longer issued Armor Flak jacket Doron Plate M1 Helmet M1917 Helmet "Brodie" helmet Load-bearing equipment MOLLE M-1956 Load-Carrying Equipment Modernized Load-Carrying Equipment ... Other M-1965 field jacket M-1951 field jacket M-1941 Field Jacket M42 jacket P-38 can opener mess kit ...
The Summerall Guards - Summerall Guard Decorations and Awards
... Circular Summerall Guard Patch or the "Guard Field Jacket Patch" - as it is commonly referred, is an circular, light blue embroidered patch worn on the left breast of The Citadel field ... The award is the current years Summerall Guard field jacket patch centered on a wooden plaque with a brass plate engraved with the awarded Summerall Guard's name ...
Eisenhower Jacket - Overview
... Until the late-1930s, the United States Army’s field uniform consisted of a wool shirt, mid-hip-length "all-purpose service coat" and wool overcoat ... study in 1935 to develop a more practical and effective combat jacket to replace the service coat ... In 1940, it first adopted the first pattern field jacket, the "Parson's Jacket" named for Major General J ...
M-1941 Field Jacket
... Olive Drab Cotton Field Jacket (also known as OD Cotton Field Jacket, Parson's Jacket, M-1941 or M-1938) is a field jacket used by US Army soldiers, most famously during ...
Eisenhower Jacket - Field Jackets, Wool, O.D.
... several layering components of its multi-environment combat uniform, anointing the M-43 Field Jacket its basic, universal building block ... A pile jacket liner and fur-edged hood could also be added ... During the Autumn of 1943, the Army Air Corps prototype jacket was sent to Chief Quartermaster of the European Theater of Operations for review and possible adoption by ...

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    Old age begins in the nursery, and before the young American is put into jacket and trowsers, he says, “I want something which I never saw before” and “I wish I was not I.”
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The woman ... turned her melancholy tone into a scolding one. She was not very young, and the wrinkles in her face were filled with drops of water which had fallen from her eyes, which, with the yellowness of her complexion, made a figure not unlike a field in the decline of the year, when the harvest is gathered in and a smart shower of rain has filled the furrows with water. Her voice was so shrill that they all jumped into the coach as fast as they could and drove from the door.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)