News: Clark County - Army Uniform New Colors (1 Sept 1938)
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----Source: Granton Sentinel (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 1, 1938
Army Uniform New Colors (1 September 1938)
A limited number of new uniforms are being made for the U. S. Army, and will be used by a group of troops for a year as a test. The uniforms are woolen field service outfits of slate blue. The army at the present time used an olive drab color uniform. The new uniforms will probably be tested for a year before an announcement is made as to whether they will or will not, be used.
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