Us navy uniform regulations

Epaulettes first appeared on British uniforms in the second half of the 18th century. The epaulette was officially incorporated into Royal Navy uniform regulations in 1795, although some officers wore them before this date. Under this system Flag Officers wore silver stars on their epaulettes to distinguish their ranks. A Captain with at least three years seniority had two plain epaulettes, while a Junior Captain wore one on the right shoulder, and a Commander one of the left

Lieutenant's uniform, British, The smart uniform belonging to Lieutenant William Hicks, from around is an important find for military historians as it is believed no other lieutenant uniform of that era is left in existence.

” Five Sailors “  …… African-American sailors posing in their white uniforms [Circa 1940-50] …. The shield on the lower sleeves, indicates that these guys were Coast Guard sailors.

“ Five Sailors " …… African-American sailors posing in their white uniforms [Circa …. The shield on the lower sleeves, indicates that these guys were Coast Guard sailors.

Necklace made for a friend in the navy.  Blend of several different blue shades of anodized Niobium.  Completely compliant with US Navy uniform regulations.

Necklace made for a friend in the navy. Blend of several different blue shades of anodized Niobium. Completely compliant with US Navy uniform regulations.

There are quite a few etiquette rules when a service member is in uniform that spouses may be interested to know. Click here to read about 11 common regulations!

11 In Uniform Rules Every Military Spouse Should Know

There are quite a few etiquette rules when a service member is in uniform that spouses may be interested to know. Here are 11 common military regulations.

Between the 2 wars there's a certain lack of information,but this article from the 1941 US NAVY uniform regulations book ,tells a lot about the rules applied to denim work blues

Between the 2 wars there's a certain lack of information,but this article from…

11 In Uniform Rules Every Military Spouse Should Know

11 In Uniform Rules Every Military Spouse Should Know

There are quite a few etiquette rules when a service member is in uniform that spouses may be interested to know. Here are 11 common military regulations.

Replica of a British Royal Navy Lieutenant's Uniform, circa 1800-1811.  This image shows a Lieutenant's full dress uniform including a detail of the button twist on the lapels and collar along with the belt plate and an undress fore-and-aft bicorn (chapeau bras).  While the 1795 dress regulations established this uniform, its cut matches that of the post-1800 period like at the Battle of Trafalgar.

The Discriminating General's latest projects of military heritage uniforms, headdress and equipment for various museums and historic sites.

US NAVY VETERAN - National Defense Service Medal. Please, let us never forget the men and women who have sacrificed for the United States of America. Thank you and God Bless You

US NAVY VETERAN - National Defense Service Medal. Please, let us never forget the men and women who have sacrificed for the United States of America. Thank you and God Bless You

Royal Navy uniform, pattern. 1795

El azul índigo. Una historia de uniformes navales; Gieves&Hawkes.

Royal Navel uniform breeches, c.1774, England, brass, horn, linen, silk, wool.  In 1774 the uniform regulations changed and blue breeches that were stipulated in the 1748 regulations were replaced with white breeches. These have a linen gusset in the back of the waist. The eyelets on either side were for linen tapes that would have been used to adjust the fit. The four buttons on each of the knees are of horn, faced with brass that has been die-stamped with the foul anchor motif.

breeches for a captain's uniform are a rare survival. In 1774 the uniform regulations were changed and blue breeches that were stipulated in.

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