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Originally posted by deltaboy
afraid of showing off yer hair?, i dont think u can wear jewelry either to death. too bad, unless they made changes to it. also since u probably left the military before the standard issue black beret so thats a tough problem since people have a hard time perfecting it on their heads,dont want to let people complain how yer beret was set backwards while burying u . the cap is pretty much been taken out. think u wear the patch to wat unit u belong to.
a) Class A Dress Uniform
OD wool Garrison Cap
“Infantry Blue” piped with unit white on light Blue parachute patch on right hand side, and of twin peaked type.
Notes: Photographic evidence illustrates that the parachute patch was retained for as long as possible in the 101st Airborne and the Para/glider patch is not seen worn with the Garrison Cap until very late in the War (and not by enlisted men while in England).
The patch was originally positioned on the left side prior to deploying to England when it was moved to the right side (either just before Normandy or certainly on the Division’s return).
Originally posted by EastCoastKid
The reason I want to know that is b/c when I die I think I'd like to be laid to rest in my uniform.