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SPECIFICATIONS

FOR THE UNIFORM OF THE
UNITED STATES

ARMY

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WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING
1913

OFFICE

GIFT OF

WAR DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF THE

QUARTERMASTER CORPS

SPECIFICATIONS

FOR THE UNIFORM OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY

FEBRUARY

15,

1913

WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1913

If 13

WAR DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF THE

QUARTERMASTER CORPS,
Washington, February 15, 1913. The following, approved by the Secretary of War, are the specifications for the uniform of the United States Army. They will be referred to officially as the Uniform Specifications.
J. B. ALESHIRE, Major General U. S. Army,

Chief of the Quartermaster Corps.

Q. M. G. O.

Form 289.
280-82112-10,000.
II

INDEX.
A.
Ac-ting dental surgeon: Cap dress Insignia on collar of coat
,

Aiguilette

Par. Page. 8 9 (/) 27 (c) 18 1 3

B.

Badge

:

of Cuban pacification Certificate of merit

Army

China relief expedition
Civil

War

Coast Artillery reserves
First field army

138 131 137 133 140 139

41

39
41

40 42

>42
28 40 41 40 26

Excellence in target practice, chevron, Coast Artillery Indian War

Spanish-American War Bands, cap, enlisted men
Belts, saber, full dress: Artillery officers

Philippine insurrection

GO (a) 134 136 135 58
2 (/)

Brigadier general

2(6)
2 (/)

Cavalry officers Engineers
Field officers Infantry officers Major general

4 4 4

2(e)
2 (c) 2 (/) 2 (o) 2 (d)

4
4
4:

3

Staff Corps and department officers Belts, shoulder: Chief Signal Officer Other officers of Signal Corps, including detailed officers Belts, waist, enlisted men

4

3 (a)

3(6)
53 4 (o) 4 (c)

4 5 26
5
5 26 5 33

Boots: Black, officers

RubberOfficers

Enlisted men Russet, officers Breast cords, enlisted Breeches, dress:

54 4(6)

menj

80
5 (A)

Chaplain Chief of Coast Artillery Chief of Engineers General officers
Officers of Artillery Officers below rank of brigadier general Officers of Cavalry Officers of Engineers Officers of Infantry Officers of Quartermaster Corps Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and

5(6)
5 (c) 5 (a)

6 6
6 5 6 6 6 6 6 6

5 (z) 5 (e) 5 (t) 5 (/) 5 (j) 5 (g)

brigadier generals of the
5 (d)

Quartermaster Corps
Breeches, service:
Officers
Officers,

6 6 6
26 26

6

mounted

Cotton, enlisted

men Woolen, enlisted men

6 55 (6) 55 (o)
14 (a) 29 (d) 30 (d)

Brigadier general: Dress coat, buttons on breast of Insignia on shoulder loop Insignia on collar of shirt when coat is not worn Insignia on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat jacket

10 20 20
20 23

and mess
31(6) 43(6)
III

Sash

380482

IV

INDEX.
Par. Page. 6 5 (d) 48 (d) 25
15 (c) 49 (a) 12 25

Brigadier generals, Quartermaster Corps: Dress breeches Dress trousers
Full-dress coats Full-dress trousers

Buttons:

Bronze Engineers
Enlisted

men

7 (6)

56 (b)
7 (a)

ant-

Officers,

except Engineers

6 26 6
7 26
7

Engineers Enlisted men Officers, except Engineers

8 (6)
5(i

(a) 8 (a)

C.
Caps:

Blanket lined, enlisted Dress, enlisted men Dress, officers-

men

57 (a) 57 (6)

26 26 8 8 7 8
7

9 (/) Acting dental surgeon 9 (/) Chaplain 9 (c) Chief of Coast Artillery Dental surgeon 9 (/) 9 (d) Field officers 9 (a) General officers 9 (c) Officers below the rank of field officer Chief Quartermaster Corps and brigadier generals of the Quar9 (b) termaster Corps 9 (/) Veterinarian Service57 (c) Enlisted men
Officers

7

8
7

8
26 8

10

WhiteEnlisted
Officers

men

57 (d)
11

26
x

Winter, enlisted men Cape: Officers, pattern of Chaplains General officers, color of lining of
Officers of Artillery, color of lining of Officers of Cavalry, color of lining of Officers of Infantry, color of lining of Officers of Quartermaster Corps, color of lining of-_ Officers of Staff Corps and Departments

57 (e)

26

12
12 12 12 12
(a) (a (d
(e

9
9

12 (c
12 (6) 12 (a)

9 9 9 9 9 9

Captain: 29 (ft) Insignia on shoulder loop 30 (A) Insignia on collar of shirt when coat is not worn dress and special evening dress coat and mess Insignia on sleeve, full 31(/) jacket 32 (c) Insignia on sleeve of overcoat Chevrons, blue denim, enlisted men Chevrons, dress, enlisted men:

20 20
21 21

Army Service School detachment Infantry Badge for excellence in target practice, Coast Artillery Battalion sergeant majorArmy Service School detachment
Engineers
Field Artillery Infantry Battalion quartermaster sergeant Army Service School detachment

70 (a) 62 (a) 60 (a) 70 63 59 62
(c) (6

32 29 28 32

(b
(6
(6

Engineers
Field Artillery Battery quartermaster sergeant. Field Artillery Casemate electrician, Coast Artillery Chief loader, Coast Artillery

70 63 59 59 60 60

(a (o (z) (6) (d)

32 30 26 27 28 28
32 27

Army Service School detachment, Field Artillery Field Artillery

70 (d) 59 (c)

INDEX.
Chevrons, dress, enlisted Chief musician Cavalry Coast Artillery Engineers

V
Par. Page.
61 (a) 61
c)

men

Continued.

63 c) 59 d) Field Artillery 62 c) .. Infantry... Chief planter, Coast Artillery. d) Chief trumpeterCavalry ........................................................ 61(6) Coast Artillery ................................................. 60 (e) Field Artillery ................................................. 59 (c) Color sergeantCavalry ........................................................ 61 (c) Field Artillery ................................................ 59 (/) Infantry ....................................................... 62 (d) Company quartermaster sergeant Army Service School detachment .............................. 70 (e) Coast Artillery ................................................. 60 (/) ( Engineers ...................................................... 63 (d) Infantry ....................................................... 62 (e)

28 30 27 29 28
29

28
27 29 27 29

32 28 30
29

Cook-

Army Service School detachment ............. : ................. 70 (/) Army service detachment, United States Military Academy ____ 69 (a) Cavalry ........................................................ 61 (d) Coast Artillery ................................................ 60 (g) Engineers ...................................................... 63 (e) Field Artillery ................................................. 59 (?) Infantry ....................................................... 62 (/)
Quartermaster Corps ......................................... 68 Signal Corps ................................................... 65
Corporal
(a) (a)

32 32 29 28 30
27 29 31

30

Army Service School detachment .............................. Army service detachment, United States Military Academy ____
Cavalry ........................................................ Coast Artillery ................................................. Engineers ......................................................
Field Artillery ................................................. Hospital Corps ................................................. Infantry .......................................................

Ordnance ...................................................... Quartermaster Corps ..........................................
Signal Corps ................................................... West Point band ..............................................

Drum

70 (g) 69 (6) 61 (e) 60 (A) 63 (/) 59 (A) 66 (o) 62 (g) 64 (o) 68 (6) 65 (6) 68 (a)

32 32
29 28 30 27 31 29 30
31

30
32 29 28 30 27 29 32

major Cavalry ....................................................... 61 (/) Coast Artillery ................................................. 60 (i) Engineers ...................................................... 63 (g) Field Artillery ................................................. 59 ()
62 (A) 68(6)
70 (A) 60 ( j)

Infantry ....................................................... West Point band .............................................. Electrician sergeant First classArmy Service School detachment .......................... Coast Artillery .............................................

32 28
32 28

Second

class

Army Service School detachment .......................... 70 (t) Coast Artillery ............................................ 60 (fc)
Engineer-

Army Service School detachment .............................. 70 (j) Coast Artillery ................................................. 60 (/) FarrierFireman-

32 28

Army Service School detachment .............................. 70 Cavalry ........................................................ 61 Army

(fc)

32
29

(g)

Service School detachment .............................. 70 (I) Coast Artillery ................................................ 60 (TO)
First-class

32 28
27

gunner
28 28

Field Artillery ................................................. 59 (j) Gun or mortar company, Coast Artillery ....................... 60 (n) Mine company, Coast Artillery ................................. 60 (o)

VI

INDEX.

Chevrons, dress, enlisted men Continued. First-class private Par. Page. Engineers ...................................................... 63 (ft) 30 31 Hospital Corps ................................................. 66 (6) 32 Hospital Corps, Army Service School detachment ............. 70 (m)

Ordnance ...................................................... 64

(6)
(c)

30
31

Quartermaster Corps .......................................... 68
First-class sergeant

Service School detachment .............. Quartermaster Corps .......................................... Signal Corps, Army Service School detachment ................ First sergeantArmy Service School detachment .............................. Army service detachment, United States Military Academy. . Cavalry ........................................................ Coast Artillery ................................................. Engineers ...................................................... Field Artillery ................................................. Infantry ........................................................ Gun commander, Coast Artillery ................................... Gun pointer, Coast Artillery. . .1 ...................................

Hospital Corps,

Army

70 (n) 68 (d) 70 (p) 70 (o)
69 (c) 61 (/t)

32
31 33

33

.

60 (p) 63 (i 59 (fc 62 (i 60 (q 60 (r
(q
(i

32 29 28 30
27 29 28 28
33 29 27

Horseshoer
Service School detachment .............................. 70 Cavalry ........................................................ 61

Army

Field Artillery ................................................. 59 (l Lance corporal Cavalry ........................................................ 61 (j) Coast A rtillery ................................................. 60 (s) Engineers ...................................................... 63 (j) Field A rtillery ................................................ 59 (TO) Hospital Corps ................................................. 66 (c) Infantry ....................................................... 62 (j) Signal Corps ................................................... 65 (c) West Point band ............................................... 68 (c) Master electrician70 (r) Army Service School detachment ................... Coast Artillery ................................................. 60 (0 Quartermaster Corps ......................................... 68 (e)

29 28 30 27
31

29 30 33
33 28
31

Master gunner-

Army

Service School detachment .............................. 70 (*) Coast Artillery ................................. .............. 60 (tt)
.

33 28

Master signal electrician Army Service School detachment ..................... .......... Signal Corps ................................................... Mechanic, Coast Artillery .......................................... Mechanic and artificer, Field Artillery ............................. Mechanic farrier, Field Artillery .................................. Mechanic saddler, Field Artillery ................................. Observer, Coast Artillery-

70 (0 65 (d) 60 (v) 59 (ra) 59 (o) 59 (p)

33 30 28
27 27 27

First class ..................................................... GO (w ) Second class .................................................... 60 (z Ordnance sergeant, post noncommissioned staff .................... 67 (c Army Service School detachment .............................. 70 (u Post noncommissioned staff .................................... 67 (b Quartermaster sergeant, post noncommissioned staff ........... 67 (6)

28 28
31

33 31 31

Principal musician Cavalry ........................................................ Coast Artillery ................................................. Engineers ...................................................... Field Artillery ................................................. Infantry .......................................................

61

(fc)

60 (y) 63 (fc) 59 (9) 62 (fc)

29 28 30 27 30 30
31

PrivateFirst class, Signal Corps ........................................ 65 () Quartermaster Corps .......................... ............... 68 (c) Regimental commissary sergeant Army Service School detachment .............................. 70 (u
.

61 (Z Field Artillery ................................................. 59 (r Infantry ........................................................ 62 (I Regimental sergeant majorArmy Service School detachment ............................. 70 () Cavalry ........................................................ 61 (n) Field Artillery ................................................. 88(11 Infantry ....................................................... 62 (n)

Ca va'lry ......................................... ...............

33 29 27 30
33 29 27 30

INDEX.
Chevrons, dress, enlisted men Continued. Regimental quartermaster sergeant Army Service School detachment Cavalry
Field Artillery Infantry

VII

Par. Page. 70 (aa 33 61 (m 29 59 (s 27 02 (m 30
70 (w) 61 (o)

Saddler-

Army

Service School detachmen t

Cavalry
Field Artillery Second-class gunnerField Artillery Gun or mortar company, Coast Artillery Mine company, Coast Artillery

59 (p) 59 (u) 60 (2) GO (aa) 70 (z) 69 (d) 61 (p) 60 (a&)
63 (I) 59 () 66 (d) 62 (o) 64 (c) G8 (/) 65 (/) 08 (d) 66 (c) 08 (d) 65 (g) 68 (e) 68 (/) 60 (ac) 60 (ad 70 (v 61 (q
-_

33 29 27

27 29 29 33 32 29 29 30 27 31 30 30 31 30 32
31 31 31 32

Sergeant-

Army Army

Service School detachment Service detachment, United States Military

Academy.

.

Cavalry Coast Artillery Engineers
Field Artillery Hospital Corps Infantry

Ordnance
Quartermaster Corps Sjgnal Corps West Point band
Sergeant, first class Hospital Corps

Quartermaster Corps Signal Corps
Sergeant of band and assistant leader, West Point band Sergeant of field music, West Point band Sergeant major, Coast ArtilleryJunior grade Senior grade Sergeant major, senior grade, Army Service School detachment Squadron sergeant major, Cavalry Stable sergeant, Field Artillery Troop quartermaster sergeant, Cavalry

32
29

59 (w
61 (r

Wagoner

Army

Service School detachment

70 (y)
61 (s) 71

Cavalry Chevrons, service, enlisted Chief of Coast Artillery: Dress breeches Dress caps Dress trousers

men

33 29 33
6 7 25

5 (ft) 9 (c) 48 (6) 5 48 15 49
(c) (c)

Chief of Engineers: Dress breeches Dress trousers Full dress coats Full dress trousers Chief of the Quartermaster Corps: Dress breeches Dress trousers Full-dress coats Full-dress trousers
Coats, dress:

6 25
11 25

(6) (6)

5 (d) 48 (d) 15 (c)
49 (a) 14 (a) 14 (a)

6 25 12 25
10 10 33 10 10 10 12 12 13
11 11

Brigadier generals, Quartermaster Corps Chief of the Quartermaster Corps Enlisted men General officers

73
14 (a) 14 (6) 14 (a)

Other officers.Buttons on breast Full dress-

of,

general officers

15 (c) Brigadier generals, Quartermaster Corps Chief of the Quartermaster Corps 15 (c) 15 (0) Chaplain General officers 15 (a) Chief of Engineers 15(6) Officers below the rank of brigadier general 15 (d) Officers of Engineers 15 (e) Officers holding permanent appointments in Quartermaster 15 (/) Corps
.

12 13
13

VIII
Coats, dress

INDEX.
Continued.
Par. Page. 74 33 75 33 33 76
77 16 17 18 76 78 79 33 13 14 14 33 33 33 20 20 20 21
33

Mackinaw, enlisted men
Oilskin, enlisted men Recruiting Service, enlisted

men

ServiceEnlisted
Officers

men

Special evening dress, officers

White-

Officers

enlisted men Collars, linen, enlisted men Colonel:

Recruiting Service, enlisted

men

Summer,

Insignia on shoulder loop Insignia on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat jacket Insignia on collar of shirt when coat is not worn Insignia on sleeve of overcoat Cords: Breast, enlisted men

29 (c)

and mess
31 (c)

30 (e) 32 (6)
80
81

Hat-

Enlisted
Officers

men

23

33 16
15

Corps of Engineers:
Color of facings Insignia on collar of coat Letters "U. S."
20 (*) 27 (o) 27 (a)
18 18

D.
Designation to indicate regiment, companies,
etc.,

on92
98 82

Cap ornaments
Collar ornaments Drawers, enlisted men

34 37 33

E.
Epaulette, description of: General officers, except general officers of General Staff General officers of General Staff
19 (a) 19 (6)
15
15

F.
Facings, color of: Brigadier generals of the Quartermaster Corps Chief of the Quartermaster Corps General officers, except Chief of the Quartermaster Corps dier generals of the Quartermaster Corps Officers holding permanent appointments in Adjutant General's Department Inspector General's Department. . Judge Advocate General's Department
20 (6) 20 (6)
15 15

and

briga20 (a)
15
15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

Ordnance Department
Quartermaster Corps
Signal Corps
Officers of

20 (c) 20 (d) 20 (e) 20 (g) 20 (/) 20 (ft) 20 (0 20 <*) 20 (g) 20 (TO) 20 (i) 29 (j) 30 (i)

Artillery

Insignia on collar of shirt when coat is not worn Insignia on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat jacket Insignia on sleeve of overcoat Frocks, stable, enlisted men

Cavalry Corps of Engineers Infantry Medical Corps First Lieutenant: Insignia on shoulder loop

20
21

and mess
31 32 (/) 117

M
83

38

G.
Gauntlets, enlisted men General: Button on breast of dress coat Insignia on shoulder loop Insignia on collar of shirt when coat
33

14 (o) 29 (o)
is

not worn

30 (o)

19 20

INDEX.
Gloves: Enlisted men Leather, officers O. D. woolen, officers

IX
Par. Page. 84 33
21 22
16 16

H.
Hat, chaplain ServiceEnlisted
Officers

25

16

men

85

24 81
23 (a) 23 (6)
I.

33 16
33 16 16

Hat

cords:

Enlisted men General officers

Other

officers

Insignia on collar of coat:

Bronze metalAdjutant General's Department
Aides
All officers

Cavalry Chaplain Coast Artillery Corps of Engineers Dental surgeon
Field Artillery General Staff officers Infantry Inspector General's Department General s .Department Judge Advocate General's Department Medical Corps Medical Reserve Corps

Ordnance Department
Philippine Scouts

Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry Quartermaster Corps Regimental staff officers
Signal Corps Veterinarian

28 (c) 28 (s) 28 (01 28 (m) 28 (u ) 28 (o) 28 (j) 28 (i) 28 (re) 28 (6) 28 (p) 28 (d) 2 (e) 28 (< 28 (j 28 ( 28 (k 28 (q 28 (r) 28 (/) 28 (0 28 (0 28 (v) 26 (c) 26 (r ) 26 (I) 26 CO 26 (n 26 (i 26 (m 26 (6 26 (o) 20 (d) 26 (e) 28 (?) 26 () 26 (a) 26 (;') 26 (p) 26 (g) 26 (/ 26 (s 26 (k 26 (u

18 19 18 19

19 19 18 18 19 18 19 18 18

19 18 19 19 19
16 17 17 18 17 17 17 16 17

Gold or gilt metalAdjutant General's Department
Aids Cavalry Chaplain Coast Artillery Dental surgeon
Field Artillery General Staff Corps Infantry Inspector General's Department Judge Advocate General's Department

Medical Corps Medical Reserve Corps Officers, except Engineers

Ordnance Department
Philippine Scouts
:

16 16 16 17 16 17
17 17 16 17

Rorto Rico Regiment of Infantry Quartermaster Corps Regimental staff officers
Signal Corps Veterinarian
Silver or white metal

17 18 18 18

Acting dental surgeon Corps of Engineers
Insignia on shoulder loop: Brigadier general

27 (c)
27 (a-b)

Captain Chaplain
Colonel First lieutenant

29 (d) 29 (ft) 29 (j ) 29 (c) 29 (i)

20 20 20 20 20

IXDEX.
Insignia on shoulder loop General

Continued.

Lieutenant colonel Lieutenant general Major Major general Insignia on collar of shirt when coat
Brigadier general

. .

Par. Page. 29 (a) 19 29 (/) 20 29 (6) 19 29 (0) 20 29 (c) 20

is

not worn:
30 (d) 30 (A) 30 (j 30 (e 30 (i 30 (a 30 (/ 30 (6 30 (g) 30 (c)
20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Captain Chaplain
Colonel First lieutenant General

Lieutenant colonel Lieutenant general Major Major General
Insignia on sleeve full-dress jacket: Brigadier general

and

special evening-dress coat

and mess
31 31 31 31 31
(6)

Captain
Colonel First lieutenant Lieutenant colonel

(/)
(c)

20 21 20
21

(g) (d)

Major Major general Insignia on sleeve of overcoat: Captain
Colonel First lieutenant Lieutenant colonel

31(0
31 (o)

21 21 20
21 21 21 21 21
21 21

32 (e

32(6
32 (/ 32 (c 32 (d
of general,

Major
Officers

below the rank

except

officers of

General Staff
32 (a) 32 (g~)

Corps
Officers of General Staff Corps,

below rank of brigadier general
J.

Jumper, working, enlisted
Leggins:

men
L.

80

33

CanvasEnlisted
Officers

men

Leather,

officers

87 34 33 29 (/) 30 (/)

33 21 21 20 20
21 21

Lieutenant colonel: Insignia on shoulder loop

Insignia on collar of shirt when coat is not worn Insignia on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat jacket Insignia on sleeve of overcoat Lieutenant general: Buttons on breast of dress coat Insignia on shoulder loop Insignia on collar of shirt when coat is not worn
,.

and mess
31 (d) 32 (c)
14 (a) 29 (b)

10 19

30 (6)

20

M.
Major: Insignia Insignia Insignia jacket Insignia

on shoulder loop on collar of shirt when coat is not worn on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat on sleeve
of overcoat

29 (g}

30 (g)
arid

20 20
21 21 10 20 20

mess
31 (e} 32 (d)
14 (o)

Major general: Buttons on breast

of dress coat Insignia on shoulder loop on collar of shirt when coat is not worn Insignia Insignia on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat jacket

29 30

(c) (c)

and mess
31(a)
43 (a) 130 132

Sash

Medal

of

honor (ribbon)

Medal, Philippine congressional

20 23 39 39

INDEX.
Mess jacket, Blue
officers:

XI
Par. Page. 21 35 22 36 88 89 34 90

White
Mittens, enlisted men Moccasins, enlisted men Music pouches, enlisted men

O.
Oilskin clothing, officers Ornaments, cap: gilt or bronze, enlisted men:
37
91 (a)

22 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34
84 34 34

Band musician Cavalry Coast Artillery
Engineers

91(6) 91 (c)
91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91

Electrician sergeant

(0
(d)
(c) (c) (/) (g
(ft

Field Artillery Field musician General recruiting service Hospital Corps Infantry

Master electrician Master signal electrician

(i

(i

Noncommissioned officers of Signal Corps Ordnance Ordnance sergeant Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry
Quartermaster Corps Quartermaster sergeant Sergeant first class, Hospital Corps Service School detachment Signal Corps United States Military Prison guard 7 West Point detachments Designation to indicate regiment, companies, Cavalry Coast Artillery Engineers
Field Artillery General recruiting service Infantry Native troops in the Philippines Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry United States Military Prison guard

(k
(j

7

(k

34
34 34 34 34 34 34

(h
(I

(k (k

91(w
91 (n 91 (o 91 (m)
etc.

34 34

92 d) 92 92 92 92 (c)
,
,

82 (<Jl 92 (e) 92 (f) 92 (c)
"

35 34 34 35 35 35 35 35 35

For band musiciansCavalry Coast Artillery Engineers Field Artillery Infantry
Military Academy detachment Native troops in the Philippines Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry Recruiting service United States Military Prison guard
93 (c 93 (a 93 (6 93 (c 93 (c 93 (d 93 (e 93 (H 93 (A) 93 (g) 94 94 94 94 94
(a) (6
(c

35 35 35 35

Noncommissioned
Cavalry Coast Artillery Engineers
Field Artillery Infantry Field musicianArtillery

staff officers

'

(o (o

Cavalry Engineers Infantry Native troops in the Philippines Recruiting service United States Military Prison guard United States Military AcademyArtillery

.

95 (b * 95 95 95 95 95 d
96 96 96 96
(a) (6)
(c)

36

Cavalry Engineers Musician

(d)

36 36 36 36

xn

INDEX.

Par. Page. Ornaments, collar, gilt, enlisted men: Band musician .................................................... 97 (a) 36

Cavalry ............................................................ 97 Coast Artillery ..................................................... 97
.

(6)
(c)

Electrician ................................................ ........ 97 (e) Engineer ........................................................... 97 (/ Field Artillery ..................................................... 97 (c General recruiting service .......................................... 97 (d Hospital Corps ........................ ............................ 97 (g Infantry ........................................................... 97 (h) Ordnance ........................................................... 97 (i) Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry .................................. 97 (ft) Quartermaster Corps .................................... ........... 97 (fc) Quartermaster sergeant ............................................ 97 (j) Service School detachment ......................................... 97 (0 Signal Corps ........................................................ 97 (TO) United States Military Prison guard ............................... 97 (n) U. S ............................................................... 97 (o) U. S. S ............................................................ 97 (p) U. S. ............................................................ 97 (ff) West Point detachment ............................................ 97 (?) Designation to indicate regiment, companies, etc. Cavalry ....................................................... 93 (d) Coast Artillery ................................................ 93 (a) Engineers ..................................................... 98 (6) Field Artillery ................................................ 98 (d General recruiting service ..................................... 98 (c Infantry ................................................ . ..... 93 (d Native troops in the Philippines ............................... 98 (e Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry .............................. 98 (/) United States Military Prison guard ........................... 98 (c)
:

36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 3C 36 36 36
37 37 36

V

37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37

For band musiciansCavalry ....................................................... Coast Artillery ................................................ Engineers ..................................................... Field Artillery ................................................ Infantry ...................................................... Native troops in the Philippines ............................... Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry .............. ................ Recruiting service ............................................. United States Military Prison guard ...........................
'

99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99

(c)

(a) (6)
(c) (c)

(d)
(e) (g)
(

/)

37 37 37 37 37 37

Noncommissioned

staff officers

Cavalry ...................................................... 100 (a) Coast Artillery ............................................... 100 (6) Engineers .................................................... 100 (c)

United States Military Academy detachments-

Field Artillery ............................................... 100 (o) Infantry ..................................................... 100 (o)

Artillery ........ ............................................ 101 (o Band musicians .............................................. 101 (6 Cavalry .................................................... 101 (c Engineers .................................................... 101 (d Ornaments, collar, bronze, enlisted men: The letters U S .................................................. 102 (o) The device, letters or numbers of organization .................... 102 (6) 103 Overalls, enlisted men .................................................. Overcoat, canvas, blanket lined: 104 Enlisted men ...................................................... 39 Officers .............................................................
.

38 38 38 38 23 38 22

Olive drabEnlisted men ...................................................
Officers .........................................................

105

38
106 40

Overshoes, arctic: Enlisted men .......................................................
Officers .............................................................

38 23

P.
................................ Pea-jackets, enlisted men... Poncho, enlisted men ..................................................
107 108

38 38

INDEX
Saber knot, dress: General officers
Otherofficers Service Sash: Brigadier general Major general Shako, drum major, enlisted
Shirts:

XIII

Par.
41 (a) 41 (6) 42
43 (6) 43 (a)

Page.
23

23
23

men

114
109

23 23 38 38

Muslin, enlisted men Olive drab Enlisted men
Officers

110 44 Ill 112 113 45
46

38 23
38

Shoes, enlisted men: Felt

Gymnasium
Russet leather Shoulder knot Shoulder strap:
Description of Placing of insignia of rank on Brigadier general Captain...

38 38 23 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 38 38
14

Chaplain
Colonel First lieutenant General Lieutenant colonel Lieutenant general

46 d) 46 ft) 46 fc) 46 ()
46 (i) 46 (a) 46 (0 46 (o)

Major Major general Second lieutenant
Slickers, enlisted

46$ 46
(c)

46 (j)
115 116 17 117

men

Socks, German, enlisted men Special evening dress coats, officers Stable frocks, enlisted men Stockings, enlisted men:

38

Cotton

Woolen
Stripes, service, enlisted men Stripes, trousers: Color of, enlisted Army service detachment,

118 119 122

38 38 39

men-

United States Military Academy... 120
122 122 122 122 122 122 122

(a)

Cavalry Coast Artillery Engineers

122(6)
(d)
(c)

Field A rtillery Hospital Corps Infantry

(d)
(e) (/) (g)
(ft)

Ordnance Ordnance sergeant
Quartermaster Corps Quartermaster sergeant Service school detachment Signal Corps
of,

_

Width

enlisted

men-

120 (j) 122 (i) 122 (/:) 122 (Z)

38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 38 39 39

Corporal Musician

121(6)
officers

Noncommissioned Trumpeter
Studs, shirt, enlisted Sweaters, olive drab: Enlisted men
Officers...

above rank

of corporal

men

121 (c) 121 (a) 121 (c) 123

124

47

39 24

XIV
Trousers: Dress

INDEX.
T.
48 (j) 48 (6) 48 (c) 125

Chaplain Chief of Coast Artillery Chief of Engineers

Enlisted men General officers, except Chief of Coast Artillery, Chief of Engineers, Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and brigadier generals 48 (o) of the Quartermaster Corps Officers below the rank of brigadier general, holding permanent in the staff corps and departments, except Enappointments 48 (e) gineers and Quartermaster Corps
Officers Officers Officers Officers Officers

Par. Page. 25 25 25 39

25

of of of of

Artillery

Cavalry Engineer Corps

,

Infantry holding permanent appointments in Quartermaster

48 (ft) 48 (ft) 48 (/) 48 (?) 48 (g)

25 25 25 25 25 25

'

Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and brigadier generals of the 4S(d)
49 (6) 49 (a)

Corps

Quartermaster Corps Full dressChief of Engineers General officers, except Chief of Engineers Officers below the rank of brigadier general, holding permanent appointments in the staff corps and departments, except officers of the Quartermaster Corps and Engineers Service, enlisted men, Quartermaster Corps

25
25 25

49 (c)

20
39 39

Woolen
Cotton
Special evening dressOfficers of Artillery Officers of Cavalry Officers of Infantry

126 (a) 126 (c) 50 50

50
51

White,

officers

26 26 26 26

U.

U.S. U. S. U. S.
U.

letters... collar ornaments, gilt S. collar ornaments, gilt S. V. collar ornaments, gilt

27 97 (o) 97 (p) 97 (5)
127 128 129

18

36 37 37

Undershirts, enlisted men:

Cotton
Fleece-lined

Winter
V.
Veterinarian: Dress caps Insignia on collar of coat, bronze Insignia on collar of coat, gold or gilt Vest, special evening dress and mess jacket

39 39 39

9 (/) 28 (v) 26 () 52

8
19 18 26

UNIFORM OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY.

OFFICERS.
1.

AIGUILETTE.

To be braided gold

or gilt wire cord

^ inch

in diameter, in two parts, front and back, each part to be neatly fastened to a triangular piece of brass metal having on the inside a bent hook. This hook when worn attaches to a small strip of brass

metal which slips under the shoulder strap or through a loop when used with the shoulder knot or white coat. The front and back parts to have a loop 30^ inches long. The back part to have a loose end with a braided portion 24 inches long; this part to measure 26 inches to the button loop and an additional 8 inches of single cord and pencil. The front part to have a shorter loose end with a braided portion 15 inches long; this part to measure 17^ inches to the button loop and with an additional 73^ inches of single cord and pencil. The metal piece for the shoulder strap, curved in order to conform to contour of shoulder, to be 3J^ inches long and inch wide, inch for the hook. with an opening at each end of about The metal piece for shoulder knot to be 2% inches long and }/% inch wide with a raised inch wide, with opening for hook about portion of metal in center 1 inch long to permit the shoulder knot holder to pass through.

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2.

BELT, SABER.
FULL DRESS.

Belt. To be of red Russia leather 1% inches (a) Major General. wide with detachable sling. The belt to have three stripes of gold or gilt embroidery about inch wide and inch apart and inch from top and bottom edges. Plate. To be of gilt or gold metal, rectangular in shape, 2 inches wide and 3 inches long, having a bright raised rim. To have in the center a wreath of laurel in silver or silver metal partly encircling the coast of arms of the United States. All stars in the coat of arms to be of silver or silver metal and the eagle, shield, scroll, edge of clouds and rays to be of bright polish.

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2

3

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
SHn$.

To

be- of

same material

to correspond with waist belt. and hook to be .of gilt metal.

as belt, 1 inch wide, embroidered Buckles, snaps, belt attachment,

Belt. To be of black webbing 1% inches (6) Brigadier general. wide with detachable slings. To be a flat, smooth, brass buckle. Plate. Sling. To be of Russia leather, same as for major general. Belt. To be of black enameled leather 1% (c) Field officers. inches wide having one large stripe of four vellum gold or gilt lace.

Plate.

Sling.

Same as " Major general," To be of same material as

par. 2 (a), p. 3.

to correspond with waist belt. hook to be of gilt metal.

belt, 1 inch wide, embroidered Buckles, snaps, belt attachment, and

(d) Officers holding permanent appointments in the staff corps and departments below the rank of field officers, except Engineers. Belt. To be of black enameled leather 1% inches wide

having four stripes

of gold lace

interwoven with black

silk,

each

inch wide. stripe Plate. Same as "Major general," par. 2 (a), p. 3. Sling. To be of same material as belt, 1 inch wide,
to correspond with waist belt. and hook to be of gilt metal.
(e)

^

embroidered

Buckles, snaps, belt attachment,

Belt. To be black enameled leather Officers of Engineers. inches wide, having four stripes of gold lace interwoven with scarlet silk, each stripe -^ inch wide. Plate. Same as " Major general," par. 2 (a), p. 3. " Sling. Same as Field officers," par. 2 (c).

1%

and Infantry below the rank black enameled leather 1% inches wide, having four stripes of gold lace interwoven with silk, the color inch wide. of the arm of service, each stripe to be
(/) Officers of Cavalry, Artillery,
Belt.

of field officer.

To be

of

^

Same as "Major general," par. 2 (a), p. 3. Same as "Field officers," par. 2 (c). Sling. 3. BELT, SHOULDER. Belt. To be of red Russian (a) Chief Signal Officer.
Plate.

leather

2%

inches wide, having four stripes of gold or gilt embroidery about inch apart and Y% inch from each edge. The }4 inch wide and loose end of belt to be finished off with a gilt metal tongue in the

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shape of a shield 234 inches wide and 1^ inches long at widest part. The ends of belt holding keeper to be turned under and buttoned over a gilt metal stud. Buckle. To be of gilt metal rounding diamond shape, 4 inches long and 2% inches wide, having an opening in center 1% inches inch wide. long and

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

5

Field glass case. To be of same material as belt, of a curved shape about 63^ inches long, 1^ inches wide, and 1^ inches deep and to be attached with gilt metal rings and keepers. On the cover, which is secured by a strap and gilt metal stud, is mounted in gilt metal
the device of the Signal Corps,
eagle.

The whole device

to

upon which is superimposed a gilt be about 4 inches long and 2J^ inches

wide.
Keeper.

To be

of gilt metal,

2%

inches wide,

%

inch long, and

% inch thick.
Two in number, of gilt metal, fastened to a rosette by Pencils. chains about 4J^ inches long and fitted into two holders attached to a shield, the latter placed on the front of the belt, all of gilt metal. officers of the Signal Corps, including detailed (6) Other The shoulder belt will correspond to the saber officers. Belt.
belt.

Same as "Chief Signal Officer," par. 3 (a), p. 4. Field glass case. To be of black polished leather 5^ inches long, On the cover, which is secured \y% inches wide and 1% inches deep
Buckle.
.

,

strap and gilt metal stud, is mounted in gilt metal the device The of the Signal Corps, upon which is superimposed a gilt eagle.

by a

whole device 4 inches long and 2% inches wide. Keeper. Same as "Chief Signal Officer," par. 3 Same as "Chief Signal Officer," par. 3 Pencils.
4.

(a), p. 5.

(a), p. 5.

BOOTS.

To be of plain polished black leather, black enam(a) Black. eled or patent leather, closely fitting at top and to reach to a point The upper part of bootleg to be stiffened or just below kneecap.

The toe to be made plain without toecap or box. Russet. To be of plain russet leather, closely fitting at top, and to reach to a point just below the kneecap. The upper part of
half stiffened.
(6)

bootleg to be stiffened or half stiffened. without toecap or box.
(c)

The

toe to be

made

plain

Eubber.

To be black

of

same

or similar pattern as those

issued.

BREECHES (DRESS). The breeches will be cut loose in the thigh and tight from the knee down with ample length from the hip to the knee. To have a
5.

strapping of the same material on the contact surface on the inside
of leg and knee, extending to a little below the leggin to 8 inches of the crotch. To be fastened from the knee

and from 6

laces or buttons of appropriate size cealed in a fly.
(a)

and

color, either

down with showing or con-

Chief of Coast Artillery, Chief of Quartermaster Corps, and Brigadier Generals of the Quartermasters Corps. To be of dark-blue elastique of adopted standard, without stripe, welt, or cord.
officers,

General

except

Engineers, Chief

of the

6

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

To be of dark-blue elastique of (6) Chief of Coast Artillery. adopted standard with a stripe of scarlet cloth 13/ inches wide and welted at the edges. To be of dark-blue elastique of adopted (c) Chief of Engineers. standard, with a stripe of scarlet cloth 1^ inches wide with a piping of white cloth 3^ inch in width at each edge. (d) Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and Brigadier General's of the Quartermaster Corps. To be of dark-blue elastique of adopted standard, with a stripe of buff cloth 13^ inches wide and welted
at the edges. () Officers

below the rank

manent appointments

of Brigadier General holding perin the staff corps and departments, except

Engineers, Quartermasters, and chaplains. To be dark-blue elastique of adopted standard, without stripe, welt, or cord. To be of dark-blue elastique of adopted (/) Officers of Engineers. standard, with a stripe of scarlet cloth 1^ inches wide with a piping of white cloth y% inch in width on each edge.

To be of dark-blue elas(<7) Officers of the Quartermaster Corps. tique of adopted standard, with a stripe of buff cloth 1% inches wide and welted at the edges.
(h)

Chaplains.

To be

of

black elastique without stripe, welt, or

cord.
(i)

of

Officers of Cavalry and Artillery. To be of sky-blue elastique adopted standard, with stripes 1^4 inches wide and welted at the

edges and of the color of arm of service. To be of sky-blue elastique of adopted (j) Officers of Infantry. standard, with stripes 1^ inches wide and welted at the edges. The stripes to be white.
6.

BREECHES
of olive

(SERVICE).

drab woolen or cotton material, of adopted standard, To be cut to match the service coat, without stripe, welt, or cord. loose in the thigh and tight from the knee down, with ample length from the hip to the knee. To be fastened from the knee down with For mounted officers, laces or buttons of appropriate size and color. to have a strapping of the same material, or buckskin of the same
color,

To be

to a little
7.

on the contact surface on the inside of leg and knee, extending below the leggin and from 6 to 8 inches of the crotch.

BUTTONS (BRONZE).

except Engineers. To be of dull-finish bronze metal, well lacquered, and of permanent finish, circular and slightly convex in shape, with the coat of arms of United States clearly stamped thereon. To be 36 ligne for large and 25 ligne for small buttons, rim
(a) Officers,

and background, same as in gilt buttons. To be of dull-finish bronze metal, well lacquered (6) Engineers. and of permanent finish of same device and dimensions as the gilt
buttons.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
8.

7

BUTTONS

(GILT).

To be of gold or gilt metal, circular and slightly convex in shape with a polished raised rim, with the coat of arms of United States clearly stamped thereon in relief against a lined background. To be 36 ligne for large and 25 ligne for small buttons.
(a)

Officers, except Engineers.

To be of gold or gilt metal, circular and convex (6) Engineers. shape, having for the device an eagle holding in its beak a scroll bearing the word "Essayons." In the distance a bastion with
embrasures surrounded with water. To be 36 ligne for large and 25 ligne
9.

A
for

rising

sun on the horizon.

small buttons.

CAP (DRESS).

Brigadier

General officers, except Chief of the Quartermaster Corps, Generals of the Quartermaster Corps, and Chief of Coast Artillery. To be made of dark-blue cloth of adopted standard. Badge. Coat of arms of the United States embroidered in gold or
(a)

gilt

bullion in the front of the cap, taking in half of the upper part of velvet band and lower half of the two front quarters. Band. To be of blue-black velvet, about 1% inches wide, upon

is embroidered oak leaves of gold or gilt metal bullion. The leaves to be about 1 inch in length and each group of two leaves inch in width. The velvet band with the gold leaves to about

which

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encircle the entire cap.

Chin strap. To be ^g inch in width and 9 inches long, of gold lace stitched on red Russia leather, edge to edge, fastened at each end of visor with a regulation small gilt button.
Crown. Of dark-blue cloth of adopted standard, measuring about 10)4 inches from front to rear and 9^ inches from side to side; to be stiffened in front by means of haircloth springs sewed between the
quarters and lining, falling without stiffening to the rear. two black japanned eyelets 1> inches from the welt seam

To have and about

% inch on each side of side seam of quarters.
Visor.

about 45

To be of black patent when attached to cap.

leather, cut to slope to

To be

an angle of lined with embossed green

hatter's leather, and on the outside embroidered in gold or gilt bullion.

The leaves

two semicircles of oak leaves to be about 1 inch

inch in width. two leaves about Corps and Brigadier Generals of the Quartermaster Corps. Same as "General officers" (par. 9 (a), p. 7), except as to band, which will be of buff cloth or velvet. Same as "General officers" (par. 9 (c) Chief of Coast Artillery. (a), p. 7), except as to band, which will be of scarlet velvet. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. (d) Field officers. " Badge. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7.
in length
(b)

and each group

of

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Chief of the Quartermaster

8

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

inch Band. A band consisting of two bands of gold lace about in width on the top and bottom and in the center a silk band f inch wide, of the color of the corps or arm of the service.
" Chin strap. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7. " Crown. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7. Visor. Same as "General officers, " par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "General Officers below the rank of field officers. (e)
officers,

par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "General officers, " par. 9 (a), p. 7. " Band. Same as "Field officers, par. 9 (d), P- 7. " Chin strap. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7. " Crown. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "General officers" (par. 9 (a)), p. 7, except that Visor.

"

Badge.

a plain visor will be substituted for the embroidered visor. (/) Chaplain, veterinarian, dental surgeon, and acting
surgeon.

dental

Badge.

Band.
wide.

Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "General officers, " par. 9 (a), p. 7. To be a plain band of black mohair braid about
"

1| inches

Chin strap. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7. " Crown. Same as "General officers, par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "Officers below the rank of field officer," par. Visor.

9().
10.

CAP (SERVICE).

of 13-ounce olive drab woolen material, of adopted standard, of same general design and pattern as the dress cap, par.
9,

To be made
p. 7.

Badge. Coat of arms of the United States in dull finished bronze metal, taking in half the upper part of mohair band and half of the two lower front quarters; to be attached to front of cap by means of a threaded post inserted in an eyelet.

Band. To be olive drab mohair braid about 1% inches in width around entire cap. inch in width and 9 inches Chin strap. Russet leather, about small bronze long, fastened at each end of visor with a regulation

H

button.

Crown.
inserted

Front to be stiffened by means of haircloth stiffening between the lining and front quarter; crown to slope to rear

without stiffening.
hatter's leather; to
of russet leather, lined with embossed green be waterproof. To be made of either linen or cotton 11. CAP (WHITE). duck of adopted standard of the same dimensions and pattern as the dress cap, par. 9, p. 7. The cap to be without lining. To have detachable covers which fit snugly over body band.
Visor.

Top piece

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

9

Badge. Gold or gilt metal coat of arms of the United States, taking in the upper part of the band and the lower half of the two front quarters; to be attached to front of cover by means of a threaded
post inserted in an eyelet. Band. To have a band of white braid about
entirely around the cap. ''Bottom of dark -blue cloth entirely around.

1%
to

body band

inches wide be lined with

Chin strap. To be of gold lace stitched on patent leather, edge to edge, f inch in width and 9 inches long, fastened at each end of visor with a small regulation gilt button.

Crown (cover). Front to be stiffened by means of haircloth stiffening inserted in the front quarter; crown to slope to rear without
stiffening.
Visor.

To be

of black patent leather lined
of

with embossed green
to cap.

hatter's leather cut to slope about 45
12.

when attached

CAPE.

To be

reach to the tips of not below the knee.

dark blue beaver of adopted standard to fingers with the arms dropped to the sides, but

To have

a rolling (Prussian) collar of blue-

black velvet, about 3 inches wide, fastened with hook and eye. An agraffe of black mohair cord to fasten across the breast, one end to be secured in front and just below the lower end of left shoulder seam with a black mohair olivette button. A button of the same description to be placed in front and just below the lower end of right shoulder seam to engage the other end of agraffe.

Capes to be lined as follows: (a) General officers and officers of the staff corps and departments, and chaplains, except Quartermaster Corps, dark blue. (6) Officers of the Quartermaster Corps, buff.
(c)
(rf)

Officers of Infantry, light blue, Officers of Artillery, scarlet.
Officers of Cavalry, yellow.

(e)

13.

CHAPEAU. To
silk, elliptical in

be

of

black silk plush having a rosette of

shape, about 5 inches long and 3 inches wide, on right side in center, slanting forward; in the center of this to be a strip of gold lace, the coat of arms of the United States in gold or

black

gilt bullion

one large

embroidered on the upper end; the lower end to have button, all to be surrounded by gold or gilt embroidery }4 inch in width. To have over center of chapeau two black ostrich plumes extending down to end of chapeau in rear. To have in both front and back a tassel consisting of five each, large and small, gold or gilt bullions about 3 inches long, to have on each side a 1^ inch black corded silk ribbon running diagonally from ball of tassel to center of chapeau, the ends fastened under sweat leather about 2> inches apart.
gilt coat

10
14. (a)

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

COATS (DRESS).
General
officers.

double-breasted sack coat of dark-blue crepe of adopted standard, cut to fit the figure easily. Collar. To be standing and fall of suitable height, fastened with

Body.

A

hooks and eyes.
Shoulder strap. As described in par. 46, p. 24, will be placed on each shoulder, touching and parallel to the sleeve head seam. Skirt. To extend one-third the distance from the point of hip to the bend of knee, according to height of wearer. Sleeve. Three small gilt coat buttons will be placed on the cuff just in front of the hind arm seam. Vertical opening. To be on the left side of body, extending 2 inches above and 2 inches below the point of hip, to admit of hooking

up the

saber.

Collar ornaments.

Buttons.
follows:

Large

gilt coat

See "Insignia," par. 26, p. 16. buttons will be placed on the breast as

General.

Two

between rows being from 8
inches at the bottom.

rows, 12 in each row, placed by fours, the distance to 10 inches at the top and from 4 to 5

Lieutenant general. The same as for " General," except that there will be 10 buttons in each row, the upper and lower groups by threes and the middle groups by fours.

Major general. The same as for "General," except that there be 9 buttons in each row, placed by threes. Brigadier general. The same as for "General," except that there will be 8 buttons in each row, placed in pairs. (6) Other officers.
will

Body. A single-breasted sack coat of dark -blue crdpe of adopted standard, cut to fit the figure easily, and to close in front with suitable concealed fastenings.

To be standing collar of suitable height, fastened with Collar. hooks and eyes. To be trimmed with lustrous flat black mohair braid, of adopted standard, of same width as the height of collar. Openings. To be oh each side of body at the hip, and on the left side a slit not exceeding 3 inches above the opening, to admit
of
Skirt.

hooking up the saber. To extend one-third the distance from the point of hip to

the bend of the knee, according to height of wearer. Shoulder strap. To be as described in par. 46, p. 24, placed on each shoulder, touching and parallel to the sleeve head seam.
skirt

Trimmings. The front edges of the body and the bottom of the and both sides of vertical opening on each side for a distance

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
of 6 inches to

11

be trimmed with lustrous

flat

black mohair braid, of
16.

adopted standard,
15.

1^

Collar ornaments.

inches wide. See "Insignia," par. 26, p.

COATS (FULL DRESS).

(a) General officers, except Chief of Engineers, Chief of the Quartermaster Corps, and Brigadier Generals of the Quartermaster Corps. Body. To be a double-breasted frock coat of dark-blue cloth of

adopted standard. To be standing, of suitable height, of blue-black velvet. Collar. To extend to three-fourths of the distance from the point Skirt. of hip to the bend of the knee. Lining to be black, with pockets on
the inside of skirt.
Sleeve.

To have a

cuff of blue-black velvet 4 inches wide.

Three small gilt coat buttons will be placed on the cuff Two rows of large gilt coat butjust in front of the hind arm seam. tons will be placed on the breast of the coat, as prescribed for the Two large gilt coat buttons will be dress coat, according to rank. placed at the back of waist and one large gilt coat button near the end of each skirt, making four buttons on the back of skirt. Ornamentation of collar for the general, lieutenant general, and the Chief of Staff will be such as they may prescribe, respectively. For other general officers the collar will be ornamented with a band of oak leaves embroidered in gold and extending all the way around. Ornamentation of sleeve for the general, lieutenant general, and the Chief of Staff will be such as they may prescribe, respectively. For other general officers the velvet cuff of the sleeve will be ornamented with a band of oak leaves embroidered in gold to be 1 inch below the
Button?.
of the velvet cuff. Chief of Engineers. The same as that of "General officers," par. 15 (a), p. 11, with the following exceptions: inch wide to be placed along Piping. a piping of scarlet velvet

upper edge
(6)

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the upper and outer edges of the
of left skirt to
of the left

continuing down the edge bottom and across the top and down the outer edge
left lapel,

back skirt. Back slashes. A slash of scarlet velvet to be placed on each back skirt and extend two-thirds the distance from the waist to bottom of skirt and from nothing at waist button to 2 inches in width at the bottom. To be trimmed with one row of i^-inch two-vellum goldwire lace, placed upon white braid showing -^ inch of braid on each side. i ncn fr The outer edge of braid to be outer edge of scarlet velvet and following the vertical and horizontal lines. The lower gilt button will be placed in the lower corner of slash just

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m

inside the gold lace.

12

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

(c) Chief of the Quartermaster Corps, and Brigadier Generals of the Quartermaster Corps. The same as that of "General officers," par. 15 (a), p. 11, with the following exceptions: Collar and cuffs. To be of buff cloth or velvet.

inch wide to be placed Piping. Piping of buff cloth or velvet along the upper and outer edges of left lapel, continuing down the edge of left skirt to bottom and across the top and down outer edge

^

back skirt. Back slashes. A slash of buff cloth or velvet to be placed on each back skirt and extend two-thirds the distance from the waist to bottom of skirt and from nothing at waist button to 2 inches in width at the bottom. To be trimmed with one row of 3^-inch two-vellum i nca f rom tne outer gold-wire lace. The outer edge of lace to be edge of buff cloth or velvet and following the vertical and horizontal The lower gilt button will be placed in the lower corner of lines.
of left

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the slash just inside the gold lace. (d) Officers below the rank of brigadier general, except officers of Engineers and those holding permanent appointments in the

Quartermaster Corps. Body. A double-breasted frock coat of dsrk-blue cloth of adopted
standard.
Collar.
Skirt.

To be standing of suitable height. To extend to three-fourths of the distance from the point
Lining
to

of hip to the bend of knee. inside of skirt.

be black, with pockets on the

on the breast
gilt coat gilt coat

rows of nine large gilt coat buttons will be placed at equal intervals, distance between rows being from 8 to 10 inches at the top and 4 to 5 inches at the bottom. Two large
Buttons.

Two

buttons will be placed at the back of waist and one large button near the end of each skirt, making four buttons on

the back of skirt.
collar will consist of two bands of ^-inch twowire lace, passing all around the collar and parThe upper edge of the upper band being 14 inch allel with its edge. from the edge of the collar; the lower edge of the lower band resting on the collar seam. The upper band to be brought down parallel inch therefrom and to the front edges of the collar, a distance of The two bands of gold or gilt lace to be to be joined to lower band. on a ground of silk of the color of the facings of the corps, department,

Ornamentation of
gilt

vellum gold or

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or

arm

of service.
of

Ornamentation of sleeve will be a band or gilt wire lace passing around the cuff

^-inch two- vellum gold inches from the end of the sleeve; to be surmounted by the insignia of rank and the insignia of the corps, department, or arm of service. See "Insignia," par. 31,
2j/

p. 20.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

13

() Officers of Engineers. Same as that of all officers below the rank of brigadier general with the following exceptions inch in width to be placed Piping. A piping of scarlet cloth
:

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and along the top, bottom, and front edges of collar, along the upper outer edges of the left lapel, continuing down the edge of the left skirt to the bottom, and across the top and down the outer edge of the left back skirt. Same as for "Chief of Engineers," par. 15 (6), Back slashes
p. 11, only scarlet cloth in place of velvet. (/) Officers holding permanent appointments

in

the Quarterof

master Corps.

The same

as all other officers

below the rank

brigadier general, par. 15 (rf), p. 11, with the following exceptions: be of buff cloth 2^ inches deep.

Cu/sTo

inch wide to be placed along Piping. A piping of buff cloth the top, bottom, and front edges of collar and along the upper and outer edges of the left lapel, continuing down the edge of the left skirt to the bottom, and across the top and down the outer edge of
the left back skirt.
skirt

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Back slashes. A slash of buff cloth to be placed on each back and extend two-thirds the distance from the waist to the bottom of skirt, and from nothing at the waist button to 2 inches in width at the bottom. To be trimmed with one row of J^-inch twoinch from the vellum gold-wire lace, the outer edge of lace to be outer edge of buff cloth and following the vertical and horizontal The lower large gilt coat button will be placed in lower lines.

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corner of slash just inside the gold lace. A single-breasted frock coat of black cloth with (g) Chaplain.

standing collar of suitable height, fastened with hooks and eyes. The skirt to extend three-quarters of the distance from the point To be fastened down the front with nine of hip to bend of knee. cloth buttons. A shoulder strap, as described in par. 46 (), p. 24,
will be placed on each shoulder, touching and head seam.
16.

parallel to the sleeve

COATS (SERVICE).

Body. To be a single-breasted sack coat of olive drab woolen or cotton material of adopted standard; to fit closely at the waist and easy over the chest; buttoned down the front with five large coat
buttons.

Buttons.

To be

five large

and

six small bronze buttons.

See

"Buttons," par. 7, p. 6. To be standing collar of a suitable height, fastened with Collar. hooks and eyes. Pockets. Four outside patch pockets, two breast and two hip, slightly rounded at lower corners, and covered with a flap slightly

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

rounded at the lower corners and coming to a point in the center, and buttoned by a small coat button. To extend one-third the distance from the point of hip to Skirt. the bend of knee according to height of wearer. Shoulder loops. On each shoulder a loop of same material as the coat let in at the sleeve head seam and reaching to the edge of the Loops collar, buttoning at the upper end with a small coat button. to be about 2 inches wide at the lower end and 1 inch wide at the collar end, and cross stitched down to shoulder about 2 inches from
the lower end.

Ornamentation on sleeve. Officers, except the General Staff Corps, wear a band of brown braid 3^ inch wide on the sleeves and lower edge of the braid 3 inches from the end of the sleeve. For officers of the General Staff Corps the braid will be black.
will
17.

COATS (SPECIAL EVENING DRESS). An

evening dress

coat of dark blue cloth of adopted standard, cut on the lines of the civilian dress coat, five buttonholes on each lapel and four large two each at top and bottom of gilt coat buttons on back of coat
skirt plaits.
officers in

Ornamentation. The sleeves of the coat to be ornamented for all the same manner as the sleeves of their full-dress coats,
18.

par. 15, p. 11.

Body.

COATS (WHITE). A single-breasted

sack coat of linen or cotton duck, of

adopted standard, cut to fit the figure easily and closed in front with suitable concealed fastenings. To be standing collar of suitable height, fastened with Collar. hooks and eyes; to be trimmed with flat white braid of same width
as height of collar.

each shoulder a loop of same material as the coat, let head seam and reaching to the edge of the collar and buttoning at the upper end with a small gilt button. and on the Openings. A vertical opening on each side at the hip, left side a slit not exceeding 3 inches above the opening to admit
Loops.

On

in at sleeve

of

Skirt.

hooking up the saber. To extend one-third the distance from the point of hip to
of knee, according to height of wearer. Trimming. The coat to be trimmed with

bend

white

flat

braid

1^

inches wide, of adopted standard, down the front edges along the bottom of skirt and for 6 inches upward on both sides of vertical

opening on each

side.

Collar ornaments.

Insignia of rank.

See "Insignia," par. 26, p. 16. " See Insignia," par. 29, p. 19.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
19.
(a)

15

EPAULETTE.
General
officers,

except general officers of the General Staff.

To be
have

of gold or gilt metal with a solid crescent of bright polish, to inches wide and 6 inches long a strap of gold or gilt lace

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inch to points of cressurrounded by an embroidered border of cent. Frog to be 3^ inches at widest part, having in the center the coat of arms of the United States embroidered in gold or gilt bullion mounted upon a circle. Crescent to be 1 inch at widest part and surrounded on inside and outside by gold or gilt Jaceron. On outer edge of crescent outside of Jaceron to have an embroidered roll inch in width, terminating at the straps. To have suspended from the crescent three rows of gold or gilt bullion 3)4 inches long. Outside row to be ^g inch in diameter and the other rows slightly less in proper proportion. To have under the strap a suitable attachment for fastening to shoulder of coat. For major general, two stars with points up, 1 inch between centers and equidistant between the lower edge of button and a line between cusps of crescent. For brigadier general, one star with point up; center of star midway between the lower edge of button and a line between the cusps of

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crescent.
(6)

General

officers of the

General

Staff.

To be the same

as for

general officers with the exception that the coat of arms of the United States will be replaced by the insignia of the General Staff Corps. See "Insignia," par. 26 (6), p. 16.
20.
(a)

FACINGS.

General officers, except Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and Brigadier Generals of the Quartermaster Corps. To be dark blue. (6) Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and Brigadier Generals of the Quartermaster Corps. To be buff. For officers holding permanent appointments in the (c) Adjutant General's Department, dark blue. (d) Inspector General's Department, dark blue. (e) Judge Advocate General's Department, dark blue.
(/)
(g) (h)

(i)

(j)

Quartermaster Corps, buff. Ordnance Department, black piped with scarlet. Signal Corps, orange piped with white. For officers of Medical Corps, maroon. Corps of Engineers, scarlet piped with white.
yellow.
Artillery, scarlet,

(k) Cavalry,
(Z)

(m) Infantry, light blue.

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21.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

GLOVES (LEATHER). To

be

of

the same general design as

those issued.
22. 23.
(a)

GLOVES (OLIVE DRAB WOOLEN). HAT CORDS.
General
officers.

To be

as issued.

To be

in diameter, with an acorn of same material, end. Keeper of same material, inch long and

a double cord of gold bullion, "^ inch 1% inches long at each

with an inside diameter
of cord.

of

% % inch

% inch in diameter,
ends and one loop

to hold both

Same as "General officers," par. 23 (a), p. 16, (6) Other officers. except that the cord will be of gold bullion and black silk intermixed 24. HATS (SERVICE). The hat to be the same in all respects as that issued, with the exception that, if so desired, the fur may be of a higher quality. 25. HATS, CHAPLAIN. To be the same in all respects as- that issued, except that it will be black.
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26.

INSIGNIA

ON COLLAR OF COAT.
GOLD OR GILT METAL.

except officers of Engineers. To be the letters inch high, each letter to be followed by Gothic design, a period. (To designate officers of Volunteers these letters will be followed by the letter "V".) Coat of arms of the United States in (6) General Staff Corps. inch high, superimposed on a fivegold or gilt metal and enamel, pointed star of silver or white metal. Star to be 1^ inches in
(a) Officers,

"US" in

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diameter.

A shield of gold or gilt (c) The Adjutant General's Department. inch in width. metal 1 inch in height and A sword and fasces crossed (d) Inspector General's Department. and wreathed in gold or gilt metal and the inscription "Droit Et Avant" in blue enameled letters in upper part of wreath. The device to be 1 inch in height. A sword and pen (e) Judge Advocate General's Department.

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crossed

and wreathed,

of gold or gilt metal, the ^

device to be

1

inch

in height.

(/) Quartermaster Corps. A sword and key crossed on a wheel, surmounted by a spread-eagle in gold or gilt metal. The rim of the wheel to be of blue enamel, set with stars. The device to be 1 inch

in height.
(<7)

Medical Corps.

A

caduceus

of gold or gilt metal, 1

inch in

height.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

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A caduceus of gold or gilt metal, 1 (h) Medical Reserve Corps. inch in height, superimposed in the center by a monogram of dullinch high. finished bronze bearing the letters "R. C." A caduceus of gold or gilt metal, 1 inch in (i) Dental surgeon. height, superimposed in the center by a monogram of dull-finished inch high. bronze bearing the letters "D. C."

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and flame of gold or gilt metal each 3^ inch in height. The device to be 1 inch in height. Two crossed signal flags with a torch in the (/:) Signal Corps. center of gold or gilt metal, device to be 1 inch in height. Two crossed sabers in gold or gilt metal, 1 inch in (1) Cavalry.
(j)

Ordnance Department.

A

shell

height.
angle.
1

The number

of the

regiment

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inch high in the upper

(m) Field Artillery. inch in height. The

Two crossed
number

field

of the

guns in gold or gilt metal, 3 regiment /$ inch high in the
,

upper angle.

Two crossed cannon of gold or gilt metal with (ri) Coast Artillery. an oval shape raised center of same metal. The center of oval to be red enamel with projectile, point up, of gold or gilt metal. The
device to be
1

inch in height.

(o) Infantry.

Two

crossed
of the

rifles of

height.
angle.

The number

regiment

gold or gilt metal, 1 nch in inch high in the upper

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To be the same as Infantry with the (p) Philippine Scouts. inch high will exception that the letter "P" in Gothic design, replace the number of the regiment. To be the same as Infantry (q) Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry.

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with the exception that the letters "P. R." in Gothic design, inch high will replace the number of the regiment. A shield of the United States, inch high and (r] Aides. inch wide at the top. Stripes of the shield of red and white enamel and field of blue enamel; entire shield bordered in gold or gilt. Shield to be surmounted by a spread-eagle y% inch high in gold or

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gilt

metal. On the blue field of the shield a star or stars, according rank of the general on whose staff the officer is serving. staff officers. Regimental adjutants, quarter(s) Regimental masters, commissaries and adjutants of artillery districts will wear in the lower angle of the insignia a device >^ inch high of the respecto

tive departments to which their duties correspond. Battalion and squadron quartermasters and commissaries will wear the quarter-

The battalion adjutants and quartermasters of engineer battalions will wear the devices above the center turret.
master's device.

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

The same as for regimental staff officers except (t) Chaplain. they will wear in the lower angle of the insignia a Latin cross of inch high. gold or gilt metal The device of arm of service with number of (u} Veterinarian. regiment or battalion in upper angle and the foot of a horse J^ inch high, shod, toe down, with wings on the sides, of white metal, in lower angle.

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27.

INSIGNIA

ON COLLAR OF COAT.
SILVER OR WHITE METAL.

design,

Corps of Engineers. To be the letters "U S" in Gothicinch high, each letter to be followed by a period. A turreted castle, 1 inch in height. (6) Corps of Engineers. A caduceus 1 inch high, superim(c) Acting dental surgeon. posed in the center by a monogram of gold or gilt metal bearing the letters "D. S." %, inch high.
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28.

INSIGNIA

ON COLLAR OF COAT.
BRONZE METAL.

To be the letters "U S" in Gothic design, (a) All officers. inch high, each letter to be followed by a period. (To designate " " officers of Volunteers these letters will be followed by the letter V ) General Staff Corps. Coat of arms of the United States, (6) inch high, superimposed on a five-pointed star, star to be 1*4 inches
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in diameter.
(c)

The Adjutant General's Department.

A

shield

1

inch in

height and

% inch in width.

A sword and fasces, crossed (d) Inspector General's Department. and wreathed, and the inscription "Droit Et Avant" in upper part
The device to be 1 inch in height. Judge Advocate General's Department. A sword and pen, crossed and wreathed. The device to be 1 inch in height. A sword and key crossed on a wheel, (/) Quartermaster Corps. surmounted by a spread-eagle. The rim of the wheel set with stars. The device to be 1 inch in height. A caduceus 1 inch in height. (g) Medical Corps. Medical Reserve Corps. A caduceus, 1 inch in height, super(A)
of wreath.
(e)

imposed in the center by a monogram of gold or gilt metal bearing the letters "R. C." ?/g inch high. A caduceus of bronze metal, 1 inch in height, (i) Dental surgeon. in the center by a monogram of gold or gilt metal bearsuperimposed inch high. ing the letters "D. C."

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(;')

Corps

of

Engineers.

A

turreted castle, 1 inch in height.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
(k)

19

height.
(1)

Ordnance Department. A shell and flame, each The device to be 1 inch in height.

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inch in

crossed signal flags with a torch in the inch in height. (m) Cavalry. Two crossed sabers, 1 inch in height. The number inch high in the upper angle. of the regiment Two crossed field guns, 1 inch in height. (ri) Field Artillery.

Signal Corps.

Two
1

center.

Device

to

be

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i ncn in tne upper angle. of the regiment Coast Artillery. Two crossed cannon with an oval-shape The center of oval to have a projectile raised center of same metal. on it, point up. The device to be 1 inch in height. Two crossed rifles, 1 inch in height. The number (p] Infantry.

The number
(o)

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of the
(q)

regiment

% inch high in the upper angle.
To be
the same as Infantry, with the

Philippine Scouts. exception that the letter

"P"

in Gothic design,

% inch high,

will

replace the number of the regiment. (r) Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry.

To be

the same as Infantry

with the exception that the letters "P. R." in Gothic design, inch high will replace the number of the regiment. A shield of the United States, inch high and (s) Aides. inch w ide at the top. Shield to be surmounted by a spread eagle On the field of the shield a star or stars, according to ^2 inch high. rank of the general on whose staff the officer is serving.

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Regimental adjutants, quarter(t) Regimental Staff Officers. masters, commissaries, and adjutants of artillery district will wear in the lower angle of the insignia a device Y^ inch high of the respecBattalion and tive department to which their duties correspond.
squadron quartermaster and commissaries will wear the quartermaster's device. The battalion adjutant and quartermaster of engineer battalions will wear the devices above the center turret.

The same as for regimental staff officers except (u) Chaplain. they will wear in the lower angle of the insignia a Latin cross, inch high. The device of arm of service with number of (v) Veterinarians. inch regiment or battalion in upper angle and the foot of a horse, high, shod, toe down with wings on the sides in lower angle.

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29.
(a)

INSIGNIA
General.

ON SHOULDER LOOP.

1

Coat of arms of United States and two silver stars. Stars to be f| inch in diameter. Coat of arms to be 1*4 inches in
height.
(6)

Lieutenant general.

One

ameter and two small silver
i

stars,

inches in dilarge silver star, f| inch in diameter.

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See par. 83, p. 28, Uniform Regulations.
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58003

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20
(c)

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
Major general.

(d)
(e)

Two silver stars, | inch in diameter. Brigadier general. One silver star, f| inch in diameter. Colonel. A silver spread eagle, inch high and 2 inches

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tips of wings. (/) Lieutenant colonel. across.
(g)

between

A

silver leaf, 1 inch

high and 1 inch

Major.

A

gold

leaf, 1

(h) Captain.

Two

silver bars,

inch high and 1 inch across. each } inch wide and 1 inch long.

Bars to be
(i)

inch apart. First lieutenant. One silver bar, ^4 inch wide and 1 inch long. A Latin cross of silver 1% inch in height. (j) Chaplain.

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30.

INSIGNIA
General.

ON COLLAR OF SHIRT WHEN COAT IS NOT
as par. 29 (a), p. 19. Same as par. 29 (6), p. 19. Same as par. 29 (c), p. 20.

WORN.
(a) (6)
(c)

Same

Lieutenant general.

Major general.
Colonel.

Same as par. 29 (d), p. 20. as par. 29 (e), p. 20. Same as par. 29 (/), p. 20. (/) Lieutenant colonel. Same as par. 29 (g), p. 20. (g) Major.
(d) Brigadier general.
(e)

Same

(h)
(i)

(j)

Captain. Same as par. 29 (h), p. 20. Same as par. 29 (i), p. 20. First lieutenant. Chaplain. Same as par. 29 (;'), p. 20.

31.

INSIGNIA

ON

SLEEVE.

FULL DRESS AND SPECIAL EVENING DRESS COAT AND MESS JACKET.
(a)

Major general.
officers of

Two

silver stars, f| inch in diameter.

For

the staff corps and departments the proper corps general or department insignia will be placed 1 inch above the cuff and the stars 1 inch above that insignia, 2% inches between the centers,

center of interval above insignia.
Brigadier general.

(6)

One

silver star, |

inch wide in diameter.

For general officers of the staff corps and departments the proper corps or department insignia will be placed 1 inch above the cuff and the star 1 inch above that insignia. A knot composed of three loops, one large upper and (c) Colonel. two small lower loops. Knot to be formed by five rows of ^g-inch gold or gilt soutache, ends of knot resting on gold band of sleeve. Outside dimensions of knot to be 8^ inches from upper edge of gold
to top of upper loop and 6% inches across between outer edges lower loops. Insignia of corps, department, or arm of service will be worn in the center of space formed by the lower curves of the knot and the upper edge of the gold-lace band.

band
of

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
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except that

Lieutenant colonel.

Same knot

as for colonel,

there will be four rows of gold or gilt soutache.

() Major. Same knot as for colonel, except that there will bo three rows of gold or gilt soutache. Same knot as for colonel, except that there will be (/) Captain.

two rows
will

of gold or gilt soutache.

(g) First lieutenant.

Same knot

as for colonel, except that there

be one row

of gold or gilt soutache.

32.

INSIGNIA

ON SLEEVE OF OVERCOAT.

below the rank of general, except officers of the GenA knot composed of three loops of one large upper eral Staff Corps. and two smaller lower loops. Knot to be formed of J^-inch black soutache. Ends of knot resting on bottom of sleeve. Outside dimensions of knot, 9^ inches from lower edge of sleeve to top of upper loop and 7^ inches across between outer edges of lower loops. The knot will be composed of five rows of ^-inch (6) Colonel.
(a) Officers

^lack soutache. (c) Lieutenant colonel.

The knot

will be

composed

of four

rows

of ^s-inch black soutache. The knot will (d) Major.

be composed

of three

rows of
of

black soutache.
(e)

Captain.

The knot

will

be composed
will be

of

two rows
of

black soutache.
(/) First lieutenant.

The knot

composed

one row

of

^-inch black soutache.
(0) Officers of the General Staff Corps, below the rank of brigadier general. The same as for all other officers except that the inch ends of the knot will rest on a band of black mohair braid

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wide; the lower edge of braid
33.

2^ inches above the end of the sleeve.
To be
of

LEGGINS, LEATHER.

good quality tan color

strap wound diagonally around the leg from the bottom to the top and fastened To have an additional small strap at the top with a bronze buckle.

russet leather or pigskin, cut in one piece form to contour of the leg. To be fastened

and molded

to con-

by one

and bronze buckle
34.

at top to hold the leggin firmly in place.

35.

LEGGINS, CANVAS. To be as issued. MESS JACKET, BLUE. To be of dark blue
.

cloth of adopted

standard

Body. To be cut like special evening dress (par. 17, p. 14), to descend to point of hips, slightly curved to a peak behind and in front; two buttonholes on each front, below the turn of lapel, the lower hole being about \% inches from bottom of jacket; three large gilt regulation coat buttons on each side beginning about 1^ inches from bottom of jacket and spaced 2 to 3)^ inches apart, following the

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
;

line of outer edge of lapel suitable shoulder-knot fastenings at and lower ends of shoulder.

upper

To have three buttonholes on the Lapels. and a facing of cloth of color of facing of arm
of facing to

turn, equally spaced,

be

1^

of service, outer edge inches from the edge of lapel and parallel to it, of full-dress coat,

and follow the line of step and seam of collar. Sleeves. To be ornamented the same as sleeves
par. 15 (a-d), pp. 11-13. 36. JACKET,

MESS WHITE. To be of duck of adopted standard and conform in cut to the blue mess jacket, par. 35. The sleeve ornamentation to conform in design to that on the sleeves of the
full-dress coat (par. 15 (a-d), p. 11-13), to be 3^-inch white braid and ^-inch white cord. Buttons to be same as on blue mess jacket For general officers the cuff will (par. 35, p. 21), but detachable.

be

of

heavy

braid.

37.
38.

OILSKIN CLOTHING. As issued. OVERCOAT, OLIVE DRAB.

Body. A double-breasted ulster of olive drab woolen material of adopted standard, with plaited back, suitably lined and closing by means of a double row of buttons, five on each side, 45 ligne in diameter. Coat to extend from 8 to 10 inches below the knee, according to height of wearer. At the waist line to have back straps let in at side seams and to button together with two large
buttons and buttonholes.
Buttons.

To be

of horn,

conforming in color to the material
fall;

of

the coat.
Collar.

To be standing and

closed in front with hooks

and eyes, and the

stand to be of suitable height, fall not less than 4 nor

more than 5 inches in width. A flap of the same material as coat, and 2 inches in width, with a buttonhole in each end, made detachable, to close the fall of collar when worn closed. Openings. The lining to be slit and fastened to pocket openings to allow the hand to go through to pocket of trousers and permit the hooking up of saber. Slit to be closed with a small button and buttonhole inside. To have another slit in back about 25 inches long from the bottom, and closed with three small buttons and
5 inches in length

buttonholes concealed.
outside-welted, one on each side, with vertical center of pocket about opposite the lower button, and placed on a line with the front seam of sleeve. The front corners to be provided with buttons and flap, Skirt.
Pockets.

Two

openings.

The

BO that corners

may be

turned back

when

it is

necessary to facilitate

marching. Skeve. To be without cuff or

slit.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

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Ornamental ion. General officers. A band of lustrous black mohair braid, 1J4 inches wide, placed with its lower edge 2^ inches above end of sleeve. A second band of lustrous black mohair braid, inch wide, 13/2 inches above the lower band.

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OVERCOAT, CANVAS (BLANKET LINED). As issued. OVERSHOES, ARCTIC. As issued. SABER KNOT (DRESS).

To be of heavy gold or gilt cord, inch in (a) General officers. diameter and 13J/2 inches in length, with a gold or gilt braided keeper y% inch wide and a gold or gilt braided acorn 1^ inches in diameter and 2 inches in length. To be a strap of inch wide gold or gilt lace (6) Other officers. 13^ inches long, with a row of black silk interwoven, 3^ inch from inch wide, of black silk and gold or gilt each edge. A keeper An acorn l^ inches in diameter and 1% inches lace interwoven. long of black silk and gold or gilt lace interwoven.

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42.

SABER KNOT (SERVICE).

inch in diameter, 13^ inches long and with two 3^-inch plaited leather keepers, with a tassel inch in diameter and 334 inches in length. Lower end of tassel confined inch in width. The upper end of with a plaited leather band inch wide and 2^ inches knot to have a double-loop attachment in length, with a hole in each end and in the center to fasten over a bronze stud; upper loop secured by a keeper of plaited leather inch in width.
plaited leather cord

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43.
(a)

SASH.
Major general.

To be of buff silk net 53^ inches wide and 96 inches in length to tassel. Tassels to be 9 inches in length complete. To be of buff silk net 3 inches wide and (6) Brigadier general. 45 inches long, lined the entire length. To have four folds inch

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overlapping down. To have on one end a knot and hanger of same material as sash, 8 inches long, with a tassel 9 inches long attached. To have a gold or gilt metal hook on underside of knot. To have on
the other end a sliding knot and tassel of same dimensions and material as on opposite end, with a gold or gilt metal eye on the underside of knot. To have a strap and buckle on the inside of the sash
for adjusting

the sash to the waist.
issued.

44. 45.

of gold or gilt cord 34 inch in diameter, the knot to be formed of 4 plaits of 3-cord and rounded at the top; a small gold or gilt coat button in the upper end of knot. Knot to be not more than 53/2 inches long and 23^ inches

SHIRT (OLIVE DRAB). As SHOULDER KNOT. To be

wide, conforming to shoulder; to be stiffened on the underside with a flexible backing covered with cloth of the color of coat; to have

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

attached to the strap a suitable attachment for fastening to the shoulder of coat. Insignia of rank to be placed in the same relative position as on the shoulder loop, par. 29, pp. 19-20.
46. SHOULDER STRAP. To be 4 inches long and 1% inches inch wide; wide, with a raised border of gold or gilt embroidery on the inside and outside of border to have a gold or gilt twisted wire inch in diameter. The field of strap to be of cloth of the color of

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the facings of corps, department, or arm of service (see facings, par. 20, p. 15). Strap to be mounted on cloth of same color as coat and stiffened with a flexible backing.

The
(a)

insignia of rank to be placed in field of strap as follows:

General.

Two

silver

gold embroidered par. 29 (a), p. 20.
(6)

"Arms

of the

embroidered stars of five rays each and United States." See "Insignia,"
silver

Lieutenant general.

Three

embroidered

stars of five

rays each, one star on the center of strap and one at each end, equidistant between the center and outer edge of the strap. See "Insignia," par. 29 (6), p. 20.

Two silver embroidered stars; the center of (c) Major general. each star to be 1 inch from the outer edge of the gold embroidery on ends of strap. See "Insignia," par. 29 (e), p. 20. One silver embroidered star at center of (d) Brigadier general. See "Insignia," par. 29 (d), p. 20. strap. A silver embroidered spread eagle on the center of (e) Colonel. See "Insignia," par. 29 (e), p. 20. strap. A silver embroidered leaf at each end of (/) Lieutenant colonel. inch from the end of strap. See "Instrap, each leaf extending

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signia," par. 29(/), p. 20.

A gold embroidered leaf at each end of strap. See (g) Major. "Insignia," par. 29 (g), p. 20. Two silver embroidered bars at each end, placed (h) Captain. parallel to the ends of the strap; the distance between them and the
border equal to the width of the border.
29
(/i),

See "Insignia," par.

p. 20.

(i)

First lieutenant.

One

silver

embroidered bar at each end,

placed parallel to the ends of the straps, at a distance from the ends equal to the width of the border. See "Insignia," par. 29 (i), p. 20.
(j)

Second lieutenant.

Same

as prescribed in par. 46,

p.

24,

omitting reference to insignia of rank. A plain Latin cross of silver in the center, long (k) Chaplain. arm parallel to length of strap, head of cross to the rear. See "Insignia," par. 29
47.
48.
(;'),

p. 20.

SWEATER, OLIVE DRAB. As issued. TROUSERS.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
DRESS.

25

(a) General officers, except Chief of Coast Artillery, Chief of Engineers, Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and Brigadier GenTo be of dark-blue doeskin of erals of the Quartermaster Corps.

adopted standard without stripe, welt, or cord. To be of dark-blue doeskin of (6) Chief of Coast Artillery. adopted standard with a stripe of scarlet cloth 1% inches wide and welted at the edges. To be of dark-blue doeskin of adopted (c) Chief of Engineers. standard with stripes of scarlet cloth 13^ inches wide with a piping inch in width on each edge. of white cloth Chief of the Quartermaster Corps and Brigadier Generals of (rf) the Quartermaster Corps To be of dark-blue doeskin of adopted standard with a stripe of buff cloth 1% inches wide and welted at

%

the edges.
(e) Officers below the rank of brigadier general, holding permanent appointments in the staff corps and departments, except Quartermaster Corps and Engineers. To be of dark-blue doeskin of adopted standard without stripe, welt, or cord. To be of dark-blue doeskin (/) Officers of the Engineer Corps. of adopted standard; to have a scarlet stripe \V^ inches in width with a piping of white cloth inch in width on each edge.

%

(g) Officers

ter Corps. a stripe of buff cloth
(h) Officers of

holding permanent appointments in the QuartermasTo be of dark-blue doeskin of adopted standard; to have

]^

inches wide and welted at the edges.

Cavalry and Artillery. To be of sky-blue doeskin of adopted standard, with stripes \}A inches wide and welted at the edges and of the color of the arm of the service.
(i)

Officers of Infantry.

To be

of sky-blue

doeskin of adopted

standard, with stripes 1% inches wide and welted at the edges. The stripes to be white.
0")

Chaplain.
.

To be

of plain black cloth,

without

stripe, welt,

or cord
49.

TROUSERS.
FULL DRESS.

To be dark(a) General officers, except Chief of Engineers. blue doeskin of adopted standard with two stripes of gold wire lace inch interval between them, mounted upon ^2 inch wide, with

^

velvet, of color of cuffs side seam.
(6)

and

collar of coat,

and placed down the

Chief of Engineers.

To be

par. 49 (a), p. 25, with the exception that the interval two stripes will be scarlet velvet.

the same as for "General officers," between the

26

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

(c) Officers below the rank of brigadier general, holding permanent appointments in the staff corps and departments, except officers of the Quartermaster Corps and Engineers. To be of darkblue doeskin of adopted standard with one stripe of gold wire lace J^ inch wide down the side seam. 50. TROUSERS, SPECIAL EVENING DRESS. For officers of Cavalry, Artillery, and Infantry to be of dark-blue cloth of adopted standard, without stripe, welt, or cord.

61.

TROUSERS, WHITE. To
to

be

of

linen or cotton

duck

of

adopted standard
cord.
52.

match the white

coat,

without

stripe, welt, or

VEST, SPECIAL EVENING DRESS AND MESS JACKET.
of

To be
and

same material

as the blue

36, pp. 21-22), single-breasted,

and white mess jacket (par. 35 cut low, with rolling collar and

fastened with small gilt regulation buttons.

ENLISTED MEN.
53.
54.

BELTS, WAIST.

As

issued.

55.
(a)

BOOTS, RUBBER. Half-hip and BREECHES, SERVICE.
Woolen.

hip, a* issued.

(&) Cotton.

As issued. As issued.
and small,
as issued.

56.

BUTTONS.
Coat, large

(a) Gilt.
(6)

Bronze.

Overcoat and coat, large and small, as issued.

57.
(a)

CAPS.
Blanket lined (until exhausted). As issued. Dress. To be 17-ounce dark-blue cloth, as issued. Service. To be of 13-ounce olive-drab woolen cloth, as issued. White. To be of duck, as issued.

(6)
(c)

(d)

() Winter.
58.

As

issued.
issued,

CAP BANDS. As
arm

and conforming in color

to the

facings of the
59.

of service.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
FIELD ARTILLERY (SCARLET).

Three inverted V-shaped (a) Battalion quartermaster sergeant. bars with two horizontal bars below, the lower V-shaped bar forming a tie with the upper horizontal bar, as issued.
(b) Battalion

an arc
issued.

of

sergeant major. Three inverted V-shaped bars and two bars forming a double tie to lower V-shaped bar, as

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
(c)

27

Chief mechanic.

Two

crossed

hammers with

a wreath below,

as issued.

Three inverted V-shaped bars and an arc of (d) Chief musician. two bars, the upper bar of arc forming a tie to lower V-shaped bar and inclosing a bugle, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars and an arc of (e) Chief trumpeter. one bar forming a tie with lower V-shaped bar and inclosing a bugle. Three inverted V-shaped bars with a star (/) Color sergeant.
below, as issued A cook's cap, as issued. (g) Cook. Two inverted V-shaped bars, as issued. (h} Corporal. Three inverted V-shaped bars with two crossed (i) Drum major.
.

batons below, as issued. (j) First-class gunner.
issued.
(jfc)

Projectile, point up,

with bar below, as

First sergeant.

Three inverted V-shaped bars with lozenge
horseshoe, toe up, as issued.

below, as issued. (1) Horseshoer.
(ra)

A

(n)
(o)

Lance corporal. One inverted V-shaped bar, as issued. Mechanic and artificer. Two crossed hammers, as issued.
Mechanic-farrier.

(p} Mechanic-saddler. issued.
(q)

A horse's head, as issued. A saddler's round knife,

edge up, as

Principal musician.

Three inverted V-shaped bars with a

bugle below, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped (r) Regimental commissary sergeant. bars with three horizontal bars below with a crescent, points to the rear in the angle of lower V-shaped bar, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped (s) Regimental quartermaster sergeant. bars with three horizontal bars below, the lower V-shaped bar forming a tie with the upper horizontal bar, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars (t) Regimental sergeant major. and arc of three bars, the upper two bars of arc forming a double tie
to the lower

V-shaped bar, as issued.

Projectile, point up, as issued. Sergeant. Three inverted V-shaped bars, as issued. (w) Stable sergeant. Three inverted V-shaped bars with a device below representing a horse's head, as issued.
(v)

(u) Second-class gunner.

(x) Battery

quartermaster

sergeant.

Three inverted

V-shaped

bars
60.

and one horizontal

bar, forming a tie with the lower V-shaped

bar, as issued.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.

28

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
COAST ARTILLERY
(

SCARLET).

(a)

Badge

for excellence in target practice.

The

figure

"1"

^

inch high, as issued.
(6)

Casemate

electrician.

Mine

case with bar below, inclosed
(d), p. 27.

within a yellow circle, as issued. Same as par. 59 (c) Chief musician.
(d)

Chief planter and chief loader.

Mine case inclosed within a
27.

yellow circle, as issued. (c) Chief trumpeter.
(/)
(g) (h)
(i)

Same as par. 59 (e), p. Company quartermaster sergeant. Same Cook. Same as par. 59 (g), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (h), p. 27. Corporal. Drum major. Same as par. 59 (i), p. 27.

as par. 59 (x), p. 27.

first class. Three inverted V-shaped bars (7) Electrician sergeant with a yellow wreath inclosing white forked lightning with a small bar between the lightning and the wreath, as issued. Electrician sergeant second class. Three inverted V-shaped (jfc) bars with a yellow wreath inclosing white forked lightning, as

issued.

A yellow wreath at bottom inclosing a governor (1) Engineer. with a white star above the governor, as issued. bar and an arc of one bar (m) Fireman. One inverted V-shaped
inclosing a yellow governor, as issued. or mortar company. (n) First class gunner, gun with bar below, as issued.
Projectile, point

up,

(o) First-class

gunner, mine company.

Mine case with bar below,

as issued.
(p) First sergeant.
(q)

Same

as par. 59 (i), p. 27.

Gun commander. Gun
pointer.

Crossed cannon with bar below, inclosed

within a yellow
(r)

circle, as issued.

Crossed cannon inclosed within a yellow cir-

cle, as issued.

Lance corporal. Same as par. 59 (m), p. 27. Master electrician. A yellow wreath with forked lightning within and a white star above the lightning, as issued. Yellow wreath inclosing a projectile, point (it) Master gunner.
(s)
(t)

up, with a white star above, as issued. Same as par. 59 (n), p. 27. (v) Mechanic.
first class, and plotter. Equilateral triangle with (10) Observer bar below inclosed within a yellow circle, as issued. class. Equilateral triangle inclosed within (x) Observer second

a yellow

circle, as issued.

(y] Principal

musician.

Same

as par. 59 (g), p. 27.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
(z)

29
Projectile,

Second-class gunner,

gun

or

mortar company.

point up, as issued. (aa) Second-class gunner, mine company. Same as par. 59 (v), p. 27. (ab) Sergeant.
(ac)

Mine

case, as issued.

Sergeant major junior grade.
of

and an arc
as issued.

Three inverted V-shaped bars two bars forming a double tie to lower V-shaped bar,
major senior grade.

(ad) Sergeant
61.

Same

as par. 59

(t),

p. 27.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
CAVALRY (YELLOW).

(a)

Chief musician.

(b)
(c)

Chief trumpeter. Color sergeant.

Same as par. 59 (d), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (e), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (/), p. 27.
t

(e)

Same as par. 59 (g), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (h) p. 27. (/) Drum major. Same as par. 59 (i), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (o), p. 27. (g) Farrier. Same as par. 59 (), p. 27. (h) First sergeant. Same as par. 59 (1), p. 27. (i) Horseshoer. Same as par. 59 (m), p. 27. (j) Lance corporal. Same as par. 59 (q), p. 27. (k) Principal musician. Same as par. 59 (r), p. (I) Regimental commissary sergeant. (m) Regimental quartermaster sergeant. Same as par 59 (*), p. Same as par. 59 (), p. 27. (ri) Regimental sergeant major. Same as par. 59 (p), p. 27. (0) Saddler. Same as par. 59 (v), p. 27. (p) Sergeant. Same as par. 59 (6), p. 26. (q) Squadron sergeant major. Same as par. 59 (x) p. 27. (r) Troop quartermaster sergeant.
(d)

Cook.

Corporal.

27.
27.

t

(s)

Wagoner.

62.

A wheel with CHEVRONS, DRESS.

eight spokes, as issued.

INFANTRY
(a) Artificer.

(

WHITE).

as par. 59 (n), p. 27. major. Same as par. 59 (b), p. 26. Same as par. 59 (d), p. 27. (c) Chief musician. Same as par. 59 (/), p. 27. (d) Color sergeant.
(b) Battalion sergeant

Same

(e)
(/) (g) (h)
(1)

(j)

Company quartermaster sergeant. Same as par. Same as par. 59 (g), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (h), p. 27. Corporal. Drum major. Same as par. 59 (i), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (fc), p. 27. First sergeant. Lance corporal. Same as par. 59 (m), p. 27.
Cook.

59

(x), p. 27.

30
()
(Z)

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
Principal musician.

Same

as par. 58 (g), p. 27.
27.
(*),

Regimental commissary sergeant. Same as par. 59 (r), p. (m) Regimental quartermaster sergeant. Same as par. 59
(n)
(0)

p. 27.

Regimental sergeant major.
Sergeant.

Same

as par. 59

(<),

p. 27.

Same

as par. 59

(i>),

p. 27.

63.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
ENGINEERS
(

SCARLET PIPED WITH WHITE).

(a) Battalion

quartermaster sergeant.
sergeant major.

(6) Battalion
(c)

Same

Same as par. 59 (a), p. 26. as par. 59 (6), p. 26.
59
(x), p. 27.

Chief musician.

(d)
(e)

(/) (g)

Same as par. 59 (d), p. 27. Company quartermaster sergeant. Same as par. Cook. Same as par. 59 (g), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (h), p. 27. Corporal. Drum major. Same as par. 59 (i), p. 27.

(h) First-class private.
(1)

A

turreted castle, as issued.

First sergeant.

(j)
(jfc)

(I)

Same as par 59 (Jfc), p. 27. Lance corporal. Same as par. 59 (m), p. 27. Principal musician. Same as par. 59 (q), p. Sergeant. Same as par. 59 (v), p. 27.

27.

64.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
ORDNANCE (BLACK PIPED WITH SCARLET).

(a) Corporal.

Two

inverted V-shaped bars with a device consist-

ing of shell and flame, as issued.
(&) First-class private.
(c)

Sergeant.

sisting of shell
65.

Shell and flame, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars with a device conand flame, as issued.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
SIGNAL CORPS (ORANGE PIPED WITH WHITE).

(a)

Cook.

A

(6) Corporal.

cook's cap, as issued. Two inverted V-shaped

bars with a device of

crossed flags
(c)

and a burning torch below,
corporal.

as issued.

Lance

crossed flags
(d)

One inverted V-shaped bar with a device of and burning torch below, as issued. Master signal electrician. Yellow wreath with white forked
torch,

lightning at top inclosing crossed flags, as issued. () Private, first class. Crossed flags and burning
issued.

as

Three inverted V-shaped bars with a device of (/) Sergeant. crossed flags and burning torch below, as issued.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

31

first class. Three inverted V-shaped bars and an (<;) Sergeant, arc of one bar forming a tie with the lower V-shaped bar, inclosing

a device of crossed flags and burning torch, as issued.
66.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
HOSPITAL CORPS (MAROON PIPED WITH WHITE).

(a) Corporal.

Two

inverted

V-shaped

bars

with a caduceus

below, as issued.
(6) First class private.
(c)

A

Lance

corporal.

One

caduceus, as issued. inverted V-shaped bar with a caduceus

below, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars with a caduceus (ef) Sergeant.
below, as issued.
(e)

Sergeant,

first class.

arc of one bar with a caduceus

Three inverted V-shaped bars and an midway between the lower V-shaped

bar and arc, as issued.
67.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
POST NONCOMMISSIONED STAFF.

Three inverted (a) Ordnance sergeant (black piped with scarlet). V-shaped bars and an arc of one bar with a device consisting of shell and flame between the lower V-shaped bar and arc, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars (buff) (6) Quartermaster sergeant. with a yellow wreath embroidered below, with the insignia of the Quartermaster Corps between the lower V-shaped bar and wreath,
as issued.
68.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
QUARTERMASTER CORPS
(BUFF).

(a)

Cook.

A cook's
Two

cap, as issued.

(6) Corporal.

inverted V-shaped bars with the insignia

of

the Quartermaster Corps, as issued.
(c)

First-class private.

The

insignia of the Quartermaster Corps,

as issued.

Three inverted V-shaped bars with one (d} First-class sergeant. horizontal bar below. The insignia of the Quartermaster Corps to
be placed between the lower V-shaped bar and the horizontal bar,
as issued.

Yellow wreath with the insignia of the (e) Master electrician. Quartermaster Corps, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars with the insignia of (/) Sergeant. the Quartermaster Corps, as issued.

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
WEST POINT BAND (WHITE).

(a) Corporal.
(6)
(c)

(d)

Same as par. 59 (h), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (i), p. 27. Lance corporal. Same as par. 59 (m), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (v), p. 27. Sergeant.

Drum

major.

Three inverted V-(e) Sergeant of band and assistant leader. shaped bars and an arc of two bars, the upper bar of arc forming a tie with lower V-shaped bar, inclosing a lyre, as issued. Three inverted V-shaped bars and (/) Sergeant of field music. an arc of one bar, forming a tie with the lower V-shaped bar, inclosing a bugle, as issued.
69.

CHEVKONS, DRESS.

ARMY SERVICE DETACHMENT, UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY.
[Green piped with white.]
(a)

(6) Corporal.
(c)
(rf)

Same as par. 59 (g}, p. 27. Same as par. 59 (h), p. 27. Same as par. 59 (fc), p. First sergeant. Sergeant. Same as par. 59 (v), p. 27.
Cook.

27.

70.

CHEVRONS, DRESS.
ARMY SERVICE SCHOOL DETACHMENTS.
[Green.]

(a) Artificer.
(6) Battalion
(c)

Same

as par. 59 (n), p. 27.

quartermaster sergeant. Same as par. 59 (a), p. 26. Battalion or squadron sergeant major or sergeant major, junior

grade.
(d)

Same

as par. 59 (6), p. 26.

Chief mechanic, Field Artillery. a yellow wreath below, as issued.
(e)

Two

crossed

hammers with

(/) Cook.
(g)

Company quartermaster Same as par. 59 Same as par. Corporal.

sergeant.
(g), p. 27.

Same

as par. 59 (x), p. 27.

59

(h), p. 27.

class. (h) Electrician sergeant, first

Same

as par. 60 (j), p. 28.

second class. Same as par. 60 (), p. 28. (i) Electrician sergeant, Same as par. 60 (1), p. 28. (}) Engineer. Same as par. 59 (o), p. 27. (k) Farrier. Fireman. One inverted V-shaped bar and an arc of one bar,
(1)

inclosing a governor, as issued. (m) First-class private, Hospital Corps.
p. 31.
(n) First-class sergeant, p. 31.

Same Same

as par.

66

(6),

Hospital Corps.

aa par. 66 (),

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
Same as par. 59 (fc), p. 27. Same as par. 65 (p) First-class sergeant, Signal Corps. Same as par. 59 (1), p. 27. (g) Horseshoer.
(o) First sergeant.
(r) (s)
(t)

33

(<;),

p. 31.

Master electrician. Same as par. 60 (), p. 28. Master gunner. Same as par. 60 (u), p. 28. Master signal electrician. Same as par. 65 (d),

p. 30.

(u)
(v)

Regimental commissary sergeant. Same as par. 59 (r), p. 27. Regimental sergeant major or sergeant major, senior grade.
as par. 59
(t),

Same
(x)
(y)

p. 27. p. 27. p. 27.

(w) Saddler.

Same as par. 59 (p), Same as par. 59 (v), Sergeant. Wagoner. Same as par. 61 (s),

p. 29.

(aa)

Regimental quartermaster sergeant.

Same

as par.

59

(s),

p.

27.'

71. CHEVRONS, SERVICE. To conform to the dress chevron except they will be olive-drab cotton or woolen material, as issued. 72. CHEVRONS, BLUE DENIM. To conform in design to the dress chevron except they will be of blue denim, as issued. To be of 17-ounce dark-blue cloth, with 73. COATS, DRESS. trimmings of the color of the facings of the arm of service, as issued. To be of dark-blue Mackinaw, as 74. COATS, MACKINAW.

issued.
75. 76.

COATS, OILSKIN. As issued. COATS, RECRUITING SERVICE (WHITE). COATS, SERVICE. COATS,
To be

To be

of

white cotton duck, as i&sued.
77.

of olive-drab cotton or

woolen

material, as issued.
78.

SUMMER

(WHITE).

To be

of

white cotton duck,

as issued.
79. 80.

COLLARS, LINEN. As issued. CORDS, BREAST. To be of the

color of the facings of the

arm

of service, as issued.

81.

CORDS, HAT. To be

of the color of the facings of the

arm

of service, as issued.
82. 83.

DRAWERS. Fleece lined, summer and winter, as issued. GAUNTLETS. Buckskin (until exhausted) and winter,
horsehide,
olive-drab

as

issued.
84. GLOVES. Buckskin, white cotton, as issued. 85. 86.

woolen

and

HATS.

Service, southwester,

and working,

as issued.

87. 88.
89.

JUMPER, WORKING. As issued. LEGGINS, CANVAS. As issued. MITTENS. Buckskin and fur, as issued. MOCCASINS, MOOSEHIDE. As issued.

34
90. 91.
(a)

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
MUSIC POUCH.
Large and small, as issued.

ORNAMENTS, CAP, GILT AND BRONZE. Band musician. A lyre, as issued.
Crossed sabers and scabbards, with points and edges
Crossed cannon, muzzles upward,

(6) Cavalry.

upward, as issued.
(c)

Coast and Field Artillery.
.

as issued
'(d)

(e)

Engineers. A turrets castle, as issued. Field musicians. A trumpet, as issued.

(/)

design, issued
.

General recruiting service. -The letters "R. S.," in Gothic mounted on parallel stay pieces, inclosed in a wreath, as
Hospital Corps.

A caduceus, as issued. (including Porto Rico Regiment and native troops in the Philippines). Crossed rifles, muzzles and bolts pointing up(17)

(h) Infantry

ward, as issued. (i) Master signal electrician, master electrician, and electrician sergeants. A symbol representing forked lightning, inclosed in a
wreath, as issued.

A shell and flame, as issued. Ordnance sergeants, quartermaster sergeants sergeants, first class, Hospital Corps; noncommissioned officers of Signal Corps,
(j)

Ordnance.

(k)

;

except master signal electrician. The device of their corps or department, inclosed in a wreath, as issued. A sword and key crossed on a wheel, (I) Quartermaster Corps. surmounted by a spread eagle, as issued. (m) Service school and West Point detachments. A cogged wheel, encircling a hammer and quill crossed; all mounted on a disk with
raised rim,

1^

(n) Signal Corps.

inches in diameter, as issued. Crossed signal flags with a torch in the center,

The letters "P. G.," of Gothic design, mounted on parallel stay pieces, inclosed in a wreath,
as issued.
92.

torch perpendicular, as issued. (o) United States military prison guard.

ORNAMENTS,

CAP, GILT

AND BRONZE.

DESIGNATION TO INDICATE REGIMENT, COMPANIES, ETC.
(a)

Coast Artillery.
Engineers.

The number

of the

company

in lower angle,

as issued.
(6)

The

letter of the

company above the middle

turret, as issued.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
(c)

35

number

General recruiting service and military prison guard. The of the company below the middle of the space between the
Cavalry,

letters, as issued.

(d) Infantry,

and Field

Artillery.

The number

of the

regiment in upper angle and the letter of the company in lower
angle, as issued.
(e)

Native troops in the Philippines.

The

letter

"P." in the

upper and the number of the company in the lower angle, as issued. The letters "P. R." in the upper (/) Porto Rico Regiment. angle and letter of company in the lower angle, as issued.
93.

ORNAMENTS, CAP, GILT AND BRONZE.
The number
castle.

FOR BAND MUSICIANS TO BE ATTACHED TO THE FACE OF THE LYRE.
(a)

Coast Artillery.
Engineers.

of the

band.

(6)
(c)

A

Infantry, Cavalry,

and Field

Artillery.

The number
letters

of the

regiment, as issued. (d) Military Academy detachment. inclosed in a wreath, as issued.
(e)

The

"M. A."

All

Native troops in the Philippines.

(/) Porto
(g)

The letter "P.," as issued. Rico Regiment. The letters "P. R.," as issued. Prison guard. The letters "P. G.," as issued. The
letters

(h)

Recruiting service.

"R.

S.," as issued.

94.

ORNAMENTS, CAP, GILT AND BRONZE.
NONCOMMISSIONED STAFF OFFICERS.

(a) Infantry,

Cavalry,

and Field

Artillery.

The number

or let-

ters of the

letter
(6)

regiment in the upper angle of the device, omitting the of the company from the lower angle, as issued. Coast Artillery. The device of the corps, inclosed in a wreath,

as issued.
(c)

Engineers.

The device

of

the corps, without letter or number,

as issued.
95.

ORNAMENTS,

CAP, GILT

AND BRONZE.

FIELD MUSICIAN.

The letter of the company above the device and (a) Engineers. the insignia of the corps on the face of the device, as issued. The number of the regi(6) Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery. ment above the device and the number or letter of company on the
face of the device, as issued.
(c)

company number on the

Native troops in the Philippines. The letter "P." above the face of the device, as issued.

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UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

The letters "P. G." above the company num(d) Prison guard. ber on the face of the device, as issued. The letters "R. S." above the company (e) Recruiting service. number on the face of the device, as issued.
96.

ORNAMENTS, CAP, GILT AND BRONZE.
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY DETACHMENTS.

(a) Artillery.

Crossed

cannon,

muzzles

upward.

The

letters

in the upper angle, and the letters "D. E. T." attached and dependent from a bar in the lower angle, as issued. Crossed sabers in scabbard, with points and edges (6) Cavalry.

"M. A."

upward.

The letters "M. A." in the upper angle, and the "D. E. T." attached and dependent from a bar in the lower
(c)

letters

angle,

as issued.

turret

Engineer. A castle with the letters "M. A." over the center and the letters "D. E. T." across the center of the device, as

issued.
(d)

Musician.
letters

A trumpet with

the letters

"M. A." on the top

and the
97.
(a)
(6)
(c)

"D. E. T." in the inner

coil, as issued.

ORNAMENTS, COLLAR

(GILT).

(d)
(e}

Band musician. Same as par. 91 (a), p. 34. Same as par. 91 (6), p. 34. Cavalry. Coast and Field Artillery. Same as par. 91 (c), p. 34. General recruiting service. Same as par. 91 (/), p. 34.
Electrician.

A
Same

symbol

representing

forked

lightning,

as

issued.
(/) (g)

Engineer.

Hospital Corps.

as par. 91 (d), p. 34. Same as par. 91 (g), p. 34.

(h) Infantry (including Porto Rico Regiment and native troops in the Philippines). Same as par. 91 (h], p. 34. Same as par. 91 (/), p. 34. (i) Ordnance.
(j)

Quartermaster sergeant.

A

sword and key crossed on a wheel
(I),

surmounted by a spread
(jfc)

eagle, as issued. Quartermaster Corps. Same as par. 91

page

34.

(1}

Service
(1)

school and

West Point detachments.

Two

disks,

each one

hammer

inch in diameter with raised rim, one encircling a and quill crossed and one encircling the letters "U. S.,"

as issued.

(m) Signal Corps.
(n) p. 34.
(o)

Same

as par. 91 (n), p. 34.

United States military prison guard.
U. S.

Same

as par. 91 (o),

A

device of two block

letters,

a square period after

each

letter, as issued.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
device of three (p) TJ. S. S. after each letter, as issued.
(q) IT. S. V.

37

A

block letters with a square period

A

device of three block letters with a square period

after
98.

each

letter, as issued.

ORNAMENTS, COLLAR

(GILT).

DESIGNATION TO INDICATE REGIMENT, COMPANIES, ETC.
(a)
(6)

Coast Artillery.

Same

as par. 92 (a), p. 34.

Engineers. Same as par. 92 (&), p. 34. (c) General recruiting service and military prison guard. as par. 92 (c), p. 35.
(d) Infantry,

Same

Cavalry,

and Field

Artillery.

Same

as par. 92 (d),
p. 35.

p. 35.
(e)

(/)

Native troops in the Philippines. Same as par. 92 Porto Rico Regiment. Same as par. 92 (/), p. 35.

(e),

99.

ORNAMENTS, COLLAR
Same as Same as par.

(GILT).

FOR BAND MUSICIANS, TO BE ATTACHED TO THE FACE OF THE LYRE.
(a)
(6)
(c)

Coast Artillery.
Engineers.

par. 93 (a), p. 35. 93 (6), p. 35.
Artillery.

Infantry, Cavalry,

and Field

Same

as par. 93

(c),

p. 35.
(d)
(e)

(/) (g)

Native troops in the Philippines. Same as par. 93 Porto Rico Regiment. Same as par. 93 (/), p. 35. Prison guard. Same as par. 93 (g), p. 35. Recruiting service. Same as par. 93 (h}, p. 35.

(e),

p. 35.

100.

ORNAMENTS, COLLAR

(GILT).

NONCOMMISSIONED STAFF OFFICERS.
(a) Infantry,

Cavalry,

and Field

Artillery.

Same

as par. 94 (a),
letter or

p. 35.
(6)

Coast Artillery.
Engineers.

The device
as par. 94

of the corps,

without

number, as issued.
(c)

Same

(c),

p. 35.

101.

ORNAMENTS, COLLAR

(GILT).

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY DETACHMENTS.
(a) Artillery. (6)

Same as par. 96 (a), p. 36. Band musicians. A lyre, with the letters "M. A.
.

"

on the

face,

as issued
(c)

Cavalry.

(d)

Engineers.

Same as par. 96 Same as par.

(6), p. 36.

96

(c),

p. 36.

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102.
(a)

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

ORNAMENTS, COLLAR (BRONZE). A disk 1 inch in diameter, with raised
"U. 8.,"
as issued.

rim, encircling the

letters
(6)

A

device, letters, or
103.

disk 1 inch in diameter, with raised rim, encircling the numbers of the organization, as issued.

104. 105.
106.

OVERALLS (until exhausted). As issued. OVERCOATS, CANVAS (BLANKET LINED). As issued. OVERCOATS, OLIVE DRAB WOOLEN. As issued. OVERSHOES, ARCTIC. As issued.
PEA-JACKETS.
As
issued.

107.
108.

PONCHOS. As issued.
SHHITS, MUSLIN. As issued. SHIRTS, OLIVE-DRAB FLANNEL. SHOES, FELT. As issued.
As
issued.

109.

110. 111.

112.
113. 114. 115.

SHOES, GYMNASIUM. As issued. SHOES, RUSSET LEATHER. As issued. SHAKO (DRUM MAJOR). Foot and mounted,
SLICKERS. As issued. SOCKS (GERMAN). As issued.

as issued.

116.
117.
118.

119.

120.

STABLE FROCKS (until exhausted). As issued. STOCKINGS, COTTON. As issued. STOCKINGS, WOOLEN. -Heavy and light, as issued. STRIPES, TROUSERS.
COLOR.

(a)

Army

service

detachment United States Military Academy.

Green, piped with white. Yellow. (6) Cavalry.
(c)

(d)
(e)

Engineers. Scarlet piped with white. Field and Coast Artillery. Scarlet. Hospital Corps. Maroon, piped with white.

(f) Infantry. (g)

White.
sergeant.

(h)
(i)

Black, piped with scarlet. Black, piped with scarlet. Quartermaster sergeant. Buff.

Ordnance.

Ordnance

(j)

(k) Service
(I)

Quartermaster Corps. Buff. School detachment.

Signal Corps.

Green. Orange, piped with white.

121.

STRIPES, TROUSERS, DRESS.
WIDTH.

(a)

Noncommissioned

officers

above the rank

of corporal

will

wear

stripes 1*4 inches in width, including pipings. (6) Corporals will wear stripes > inch in width, including pipings.

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
(c)

39
each J^ inch

Musicians and trumpeters will wear two

stripes,

in width, including pipings. 122. STRIPES (SERVICE).

To be

Y% inch in width and con-

form in colors to par. 122.
123.
124.

125.
126.
(a)

STUDS, SHIRT. As issued. SWEATERS, OLIVE DRAB. As issued. TROUSERS, DRESS. As issued. TROUSERS, SERVICE, QUARTERMASTER CORPS.
Woolen.

(b) Cotton.

As issued. As issued.

127.

128.
129.

UNDERSHIRT, COTTON. As issued. UNDERSHERT, FLEECE LINED. As issued. UNDERSHERT, WINTER. As issued.

MEDALS, BADGES, AND RIBBONS.
130.

MEDAL OF HONOR.
To be
of light

Ribbon. width and
131.
(a)

blue

silk,

with white

stars,

1%

inches in

% inch in length.

CERTIFICATE OF MERIT BADGE.

Badge. To be of bronze, 1% inches in diameter. On the obverse side a Roman war eagle with wings partly raised, the head in profile to the left, surrounded by the inscription "Virtutis et audaciae monumentum et praemium." On the reverse side, the words "For merit," in a wreath composed of two branches of oak, the stems joined at the bottom by a conventional knot or bow, the whole in a circle composed of the words "United States Army" in the upper half and 13 stars in the lower half. The badge to be suspended from a brass bar (^g- inch long and 1-& inches wide) by a silken ribbon (1% inches in length) of the same description and width as that described below. To be of silk and composed of two bands of red (6) Ribbon. (% inch), white (& inch), and blue (-fa inch), with the blue on the outside and red stripes separated by a white stripe (^ inch). The whole to be 1^ inches wide and inch long.

%

132.

PHILIPPINE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL.

To be of bronze, 1^ inches in diameter. On the (a) Medal. obverse side, a group composed of a color bearer holding a United States flag and supported by two men with rifles on their shoulders, the three facing the left. The flag extends to the rim, between the
words "Philippine" and "Insurrection." Below the group is the date "1899." On the reverse side are the words "For patriotism, fortitude, and loyalty" in a circle composed of a branch of pine on the left and a branch of palm on the right, the stems joined by a

40

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.
The medal
to

conventional knot or bow.

be suspended from a

brass bar (-^ inch long and 1^ inches wide) by a silken ribbon (1^6 inches in length) of the same description and width as that

described below.
(6)

Ribbon.

To be

of silk

and composed

of

a band of blue
it

(%
The

inch), with a white stripe

(^

inch) separating

from bands
side.

of red

(% inch), white (^ inch), and blue (^ inch) on either inch long. whole to be 1^ inches wide and

%

133.
(a)

CIVIL-WAR BADGE.

Badge. To be of bronze, 1% inches in diameter. On the obverse side is the head of Lincoln, nearly in profile, facing to the right, surrounded by the words "With malice toward none, with charity for all." On the reverse side the words "The Civil War," and below this the dates "1861-1865," the whole surrounded by a wreath formed by a branch of oak on the left, and a branch of olive on the right, the stems joined at the bottom by a conventional knot or bow. The badge to be suspended from a brass bar (^- inch long by 1^ inches wide) by a silken ribbon (1^ inches long) of the same description and width as that described below. To be of silk and composed of two bands of red (6) Ribbon. white (^ inch), and blue (% inch), with the red on the (jSg- inch), outside and the blue stripes separated by a stripe of white (^ inch). inch long. The whole to be \% inches wide by
134.

INDIAN
is

WAR BADGE.

%

To be of bronze, 1% inches in diameter. On the the mounted Indian, facing to the right, wearing a war bonnet, and carrying a long spear in his right hand. Above
(a) Badge. obverse side

of a buffalo skull, the circle is

the group are the words "Indian wars," and below, on either side completed by arrowheads, convenOn the reverse side is a trophy, composed of an tionally arranged.
eagle,

perched on a cannon supported by five standards, rifles, an Indian shield, spear, and quiver of arrows, a Cuban machete, and a Sulu kriss. Below the trophy are the words "For service." The whole is surrounded by a circle composed of the words "United " States Army in the upper half, and 13 stars in the lower half. The to be suspended from a brass bar (-fa inch long by 1-^ inches badge wide) by a silken ribbon (1% inches long) of the same description and width as that described below. To be of silk and composed of a simple band of (6) Ribbon. bright red (1% inches), with a narrow stripe of deep red (^ inch) inch long. on each edge. The whole to be \% inches wide by
135.
(a)

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR BADGE.
Badge.
is

%

verse side

To be of bronze, 1*4 inches in diameter. On the oba conventional castle with the addition of two round

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

41

corner towers, the whole in a circle composed of the words "War with Spain " in the upper half, and in the lower half the date "1898 " at the bottom, with a branch of the tobacco plant on the left and stalk The reverse side is the same as that of of sugar cane on the right. the Indian wars badge. The badge to be suspended from a brass bar (-^g- inch long by 1^- inches wide) by a silken ribbon (1% inches long) of the same description and width as that described below. To be of silk and composed of a broad band of (6) Ribbon. yellow (j^j inch) between the two bands of red (^ inch) with a border of blue on each edge (^ inch). The whole to be 1% inches inch long. wide by

%

136.

PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION BADGE.

To be of bronze, 1% inches in diameter. On the (a) Badge. obverse side is a conventional cocoanut palm tree. On the left of it is a Roman lamp, and on the right, balances of scales. The whole is in a circle composed of the words " Philippine Insurrection" and the date "1899" at the bottom. The reverse side is the same
brass bar

The badge is suspended from a inch long by 1^ inches wide) by a silken ribbon (1% inches long) of the same description and width as that described below. To be of silk and composed of a broad band of (6) Ribbon. blue (% inch) between bands of red (^ inch) with a narrow stripe
as that of the Indian wars badge.
(-fa

of

by

blue (-^ inch) on either edge. inch long.

The whole

to

be

1%

inches wide

^

137.
(a)

CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION BADGE.

Badge. To be of bronze, 1% inches in diameter. On the obverse side is the Imperial Chinese five-toed dragon with the head in full face in the middle, the whole in a circle composed of the words "China Relief Expedition" with the dates "1900-1901" at the bottom. The reverse side is the same as that on the Indian wars badge. The badge to be suspended from a brass bar (^ inch long by 1^ inches wide) by a silken ribbon (1% inches in length) of the same description and width as that described below.
(6)

Ribbon.

To be

of silk

and composed

of a

band

of

yellow

(134 inches) with edges of blue

(^ inch). The whole to be 1% inches

wide by
138.

ARMY OF CUBAN PACIFICATION BADGE.
To be
is

% inch long.

(a) Badge. obverse side

On the of bronze, 1% inches in diameter. a group composed of the coat-of-arms of the Cuban Republic supported by two American soldiers with rifles, at parade " Below Above the group are the words Cuban Pacification. rest. " side is the same The reverse the group are the dates "1906-1909. as that on the Indian wars badge. The badge is suspended from a
' '

42
brass bar

UNIFORM OF UNITED STATES ARMY.

(& inch long by 1^ inches wide) by a silken ribbon (\% inches in length) of the same description and width as that described below.
To be of silk, and composed of a band of olive (6) Ribbon. drab (% inch) with a blue stripe (^g inch) separating it from bands of white (3^ inch) and red (% inch) on either side. The whole to inch long. be 1% inches wide by

^

139.
(a)

FIRST FIELD

ARMY BADGE.

inch Badge. To be a shield of gilt metal J^ inch high and wide at the widest part. The division is indicated thereon by a inch high in the center. The field of the numeral in black

%

%

shield to

red, white, or blue, indicating the first, second, or third brigades, respectively, or red, white, and blue, inch wide, extending across the field, each color being in a stripe

be enameled in

%

indicating headquarters,
140.
of gilt

staff,

and detached

troops.

COAST ARTILLERY RESERVE BADGE. To
metal
the shield to be enameled red.

be a shield

% inch high and % inch wide at the widest part.
The device
gilt

The

field of

of

the Coast

Artillery (par. 28 (o), p. 19)

%

inch high in

extending across

the center of the

field.

o

WAR DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, QUARTERMASTER CORPS, CIRCULAR Washington, October 1, 1918.
"I

No. 34.

}

The

specifications for the uniform

of the United States
to read as follows
:

Army

of February 15, 1913, are
122, Stripes

amended

Paragraph and conform

(Service). To be i inch in width paragraph 120, except those for enlisted men who have had honorable service in the Navy or Marine Corps, which will be as follows Navy red, piped with yellow. Marine Corps yellow, piped with red.
in colors to
:

J.

B.

ALESHIRE,

Chief, Quartermaster Corps.

Approved

:

By

order of the Secretary of

War

:

LEONARD WOOD, Major General, Chief of
476911.

Staff.

1254713

o

WAR DEPARTMENT,
CIRCULAR
No. 39.
}

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, QUARTERMASTER CORPS, Washington, November 5, 1913.
for the

j

The

specifications
132.

uniform of the United States

Army

of February 15, 1913, are

Paragraph
Paragraph

amended to read ar follows: The designation of the medal should be:

"Philippines Congressional Medal."

The designation of the badge should be: " and Par. 133 (b) is amended to read as follows: "Ribbon. To be of silk, and composed of two bands of blue and grey, of equal width, the whole to be
133.

"Civil

War Campaign Badge;

If inches wide, by

inch long."

Paragraph 134. The designation of the badge should be: "Indian Campaign Badge." Paragraph 135. The designation of the badge should be: "Spanish Campaign Badge;" and Par. 135 (b) is amended to " Ribbon. To be of silk and composed of two read as follows bauds of blue, (each f inch) separated by a band of yellow
:

(f inch) with a border of yellow on each edge (i inch). The inch long." whole to be 1 inches wide by Paragraph 136. The designation of the badge should be: "Philippine Campaign Badge." Paragraph 137. The designation of the badge should be: "China Campaign Badge."
J.

B.

ALESHIRE,

Chief, Quartermaster Corps.

Approved

:

By

order of the Secretary of

War

:

LEONARD WOOD, Major General, Chief of
456406.

Staff.

17017

13

[CiK. 5.]

WAR DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF THE QUARTERMASTER CORPS, CIRCULAR \ Washington, April 9, 1914. No. 5.
I

The Specifications for the Uniform of the United States Army, of February 15, 1913, as amended by Circulars Nos. 34 and 89 of 1913, are changed as follows:
I.

Paragraphs 5
(j),

(ft),

15

for)

,

25, 26 (), 28

(), 29

(j),

30

(j),

46 (), 48
II.

and 139 are rescinded.
(e)
,

Paragraph 5

III.

The

following

omit the words "and Chaplains." paragraphs are changed to read as
Sections
(e

follows:
9.

CAP

(DRESS).

and/) of this paragraph to
field officers

read as follows:
(e)

Officers

below the rank of

and dental

sur-

geons.

Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Badge. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Band. Same as "Field officers," par 9 (d}, p. 7. Chin strap. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Croivn. Same as " General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7, except Visor.
"

that a plain visor will be substituted for the embroidered
visor.

(/) Veterinarian and acting dental surgeon. eral officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7.

Same

as

Gen-

Badge.

Band.

Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. To be a plain band of black mohair braid about

If

inches wide. Chin strap. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Crown. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as officers below the rank of field officer," Visor.
par. 9(c).

IV. The following paragraph

is

added:
(d), p. 4.

52. CHAPLAIN'S UNIFORM, COMPLETE. Same as par. 2(c) and Belt, saber, without slings. Plate. Same as "Major General," par. 2 (a), p. 3. Same as par. 4 (a), p. 4. Boots, black. Same as par. 4(6), p. 4. Boots, russet.

[CiR. 5.]

Same as par. 4(c), p. 4. Same as par. 5(e), p. 6. Same as par. 6, p. 6. Breeches, service. Same as par. 7 (a) p. 6. Buttons, bronze. Same as par. 8 (a), p. 7. Buttons, gilt. Same as " General officers," par. 9 (a) p. 7. Cap (dress) Badge. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Band. A band consisting of two bands of gold lace about inch in width on the top and bottom and in the center a black silk band f inch wide. CJiin strap. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Crown. Same as "General officers," par. 9 (a), p. 7. Same as "General officers," par. 9(a), p. 7, for Visor. chaplains with the rank of major, and a plain visor
Boots, rubber.
Breeches, dress.
,
.

,

without embroidery for
major. Cap, service. Cap, white.
Cape.

all

chaplains below the rank of

Same as par. 10, p. 8. Same as par. 11, p. 8.

as par. 12, p. 9, lining black. Same as par. 14 (6), p. 10. Same as par. 15 (d) p. 12. Coats, full dress. Same as par. 16, p. 13. Coals, service.
Coats, dress.
,

Same

Same as par. 17, p. 14. Coats, special evening dress. Same as par. 18, p. 14. Coats, white.
Facings.

Black

.

Same as par. 21, p. 16. Same as par. 22, p. 16. Gloves, olive drab woolen. Hat cords. Same as par. 23 (6), p. 16.
Gloves, leather.
service. Same as par. 24, p. 16. Insignia on collar of dress coat. To be the letters "U. S." in Gothic design, f-inch high, and letters to be followed by a period, all to be of gold or gilt metal, and the insignia of a

Hats,

Latin cross, 1 inch in height, of silver or white metal. Insignia on collar of service coat. Same as par. 28 (a), p. 18, substituting the Latin cross in silver or white metal for the
corps device. Insignia on shoulder
par. 29
(g, h,

loop.

The

insignia of rank,
is

same

as

and

Insignia on
signia

p. 20. collar of shirt
i)
,

when coat

not worn.

Same

as in-

on shoulder loop.

[CiR. 5.]

Insignia on sleeve, full dress and special evening dress coat. as par. 31 (e, f, and g) p. 21, substituting the Latin cross in silver or white metal for the corps device.

Same

,

Insignia on sleeve of overcoat.
p. 21.

Same

as par. 32

(d, e,

and/),

as par. 33, p. 21. as par. 34, p. 21. Mess jacket. May be worn at special evening functions as soon as one shall be adopted and prescribed. Facings to be
Leggins, leather. Leggins, canvas.

Same Same

sleeve ornaments to be the same as for other substituting the Latin cross in silver or white metal for the corps device. This garment to be optional and not

black

silk,

officers,

compulsory.

Same as par. 37, p. 22. Same as par. 38, p. 22. Same as par. 39, p. 23. Overcoat, canvas (blanket lined) Same as par. 40, p. 23. Overshoes, arctic. Same as par. 44, p. 23. Shirt, olive drab. Shoulder knot. Same as par. 45, p. 23. Shoulder strap. Same as par. 46 (g, h, and i) p. 24. Same as par. 47, p. 24. Sweatei-, olive drab. Same as par. 48 (e), p. 25. Trousers, dress. Same as par. 49 (c), p. 26. Trousers, full dress. Same as par. 49 (c), p. 26. Trousers, special evening dress. Same as par. 51, p. 26. Trousers, white. Same as par. 52, Vest, special evening dress and mess jacket.
Oilskin clothing.
Overcoat, olive drab.
. ,

p. 26. J. B.
474974

ALESHIRE,
Army.

Chief, Quartermaster Corps, U. S.

Approved.

BY ORDER OP THE SECRETARY OP WAR.

LEONARD WOOD,
Major General, Chief of Staff.

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