Uniforms of The United States Navy

This article examines dress uniforms, daily service uniforms, working uniforms, special situations, and the history of uniforms of the United States Navy. For simplicity in this article, Officers refers to both commissioned officers and warrant officers.

Read more about Uniforms Of The United States Navy:  Dress Uniforms, Service Uniforms, Working Uniforms, Coats, Special Uniform Situations, Obsolete Uniforms

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Uniforms Of The United States Navy - Obsolete Uniforms
... Following a comprehensive review of all uniforms, the Navy ceased issuing the following uniforms ... Service Dress Khaki The Service Dress Khaki uniform was announced in 2006 on a test basis ... The uniform reintroduced a khaki service coat worn with a black necktie and shoulder boards ...

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