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Modern American Soldier (Uniforms Illustrated)

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The author of Modern American Soldier (Uniforms Illustrated) is Arnold Meisner, Lee Russell The purpose of this book is to take a brief look at US Army uniforms applicable to the It does not purport to be a study in depth, but it will provide basic information for the researcher, costume designer and miniature figure For this reason, some esoteric formal dress (such as mess uniforms for enlisted personnel) has been omitted in favour of field clothing and It should be remembered that the average soldier, even officer, wears only the basic Class 'A' and 'B' Uniforms and BDUs for most of the year, and may only be vaguely aware of some of the more formal However, a few discontinued items, such as the Army Tan Uniform, are covered in this volume for the benefit of readers who may not be aware of their The many medals, badges, patches and tabs, profusely issued by the Army and a source of some confusion, even to the wearers, are discussed only casually, owing to lack of The US Army has often been accused of 'trying to find some doodad to put on every blank spot on the uniform' (a quotation from a senior Army sergeant writing to the Army Times, by the way), but the Army's Awards Program considers these important to morale and so continues the The number of photographs devoted to female soldiers will come as a surprise to some readers, but women now comprise about ten per cent of the military personnel of the United States, and, in the Army, serve in 321 of the 376 enlisted occupation specialities and in 202 of the 211 officer career They are expected to carry out their duties, even well into.This title is available at BookMoving on Arnold Meisner, Lee Russell's eBooks, .Modern American Soldier (Uniforms Illustrated) Textbook, course, ebook, pdf, download at bookmoving .

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