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Khaki Service Uniform

The khaki uniform was comprised of a cotton shirt and trousers. The shirt shown is the second pattern, which had pockets without pleats. The Army prohibited the sewing of unit insignia onto the khaki uniform so his pocket hangers were typically hung from the right pocket flap button.

This particular uniform came from a Special Forces radio operator. His name tab and medals are on his Class A's as he was only issued one set to be used on both uniforms.