The Uniforms That Protects Our freedom

These images are what U.S troops wore during the time of war, dating from 1885-1991.

This is the uniform that the U.S Army officers wore 1885-1895. The officers dress coat is different from the enlisted dress coat. These uniforms were worn by officers in the time of combat.
This is the uniform the Marine Corps wore during ceremonies, promotions, and funerals. On Nov.10, the birth of the Marine Corps, we would all put the dress blue uniform on in remembrance of our fallen.
This portrait depicts the uniform the Army soldiers wore when having their pictures taken in 1949. This uniform was often worn during ceremonies and government meetings. The uniform is still very much the same today.
This is a portrait of a Petty Officer in the Navy, their uniform is still similar this very day. This is the uniform they wore majority of the time, other than when they were in port.
This is a picture of an Army Green Beret during the Vietnam War. In the picture he is training a soldier from another country on how to use the M1919 Browning machine gun. The head gear is how you can distinguish a Green Berets from another soldier within the military.
This is the typical uniform the soldiers wore back in Vietnam War. They din't have the camouflage fatigues in those days. As you can tell in this picture, he is a radio man.
This portrait is of General Douglas MacArthur. He was a 5 Star General and Chief of Staff of the United States Army during the 1930's having played a prominent role in the Pacific theater during World War II.
This a picture of General Dwight D. Eisenhower during World War II, who later became the 34th President of the United States of America from 1953-1961. Here in this is picture he is seen conversing with members of the 101st Airborne Division.
This is the uniform the U.S troops wore in Desert Storm. As you can see the patterns of the uniform had to change with the terrain in order to better conceal our soldiers. This was the first ever in U.S history to use this uniform.
This is the uniform women had to wear during 1944, it really hasn't changed except for a few details
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