U.S. Air Force Uniform Guide (Look Sharp!)
After you have bought all of your dress uniform items, sometimes you need to know exactly how to place them. This handy uniform guide is a great reference for those in need of uniform specifics. It covers badge, rank and collar device placement for both the male and female dress uniform. Also included is a useful measurement tool that makes sure everything on your dress uniform is perfect. Look Sharp!
Yankee Air Pirates: U.S. Air Force Uniforms and Memorabilia of the Vietnam War: Vol.1: Command & Control • Tactical Control • Forward Air Control • ... Warfare • Air Police/Security Police
Yankee Air Pirates is a highly detailed look at United States Air Force uniforms and equipment as used during the Vietnam War. This comprehensive book – the first of a multi-volume set – presents hundreds of Air Force named items in over 900 full color photos, giving the reader a precise insight and reference covering fifty-eight Air Force units. Flight suits, utility shirts, jungle jackets, headgear, insignia, weapons, plaques, souvenir lighters, and many theater-made items are featured to illustrate the history of both flying and ground units. Topics covered in this initial volume are: Command & Control, Tactical Control, Forward Air Control, Rescue, Electronic Warfare, and Air Police/Security Police units. An extensive chapter offers a detailed review of uniforms, headgear, and footwear, referenced by model and date.
Into the Blue: Uniforms of the United States Air Force 1947 - to the Present Vol.1
Into the Blue covers USAF uniform heritage beginning with the early days of the USAS in World War I, through its progression to the modern day USAF uniforms. The primary focus of this first volume is the dress and service uniforms of both men and women, including summer and winter uniforms of the early decades, along with the transformation to the two-tone uniforms and economic design changes which occurred within the past few decades. This well-researched book contains over 1100 photos, as well as contributions from established experts and official USAF historical entities. Also chronicled is the development of Air Force collar brass, accoutrements, footwear, and headgear. These books will become the standard for USAF uniform collectors and an invaluable tool for historians, museum employees, collectors and veterans.
A Complete Guide to Military Ribbons of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine 1861 to 2014
This is the single most complete and authentic guide to United States military ribbons ever produced. Published in full color it displays the complete history of all United States Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force and Coast Guard ribbon since the Civil War. As an additional bonus it displays all currently authorized United Nations ribbons for United States forces. Merchant Marine ribbons dating back to World War II also have a display. Each branch of the service as a full-color ribbon display from World War II to present presenting the ribbons in correct order of predecessor from the medal of honor to currently authorized foreign awards. Under each ribbon is displayed the authorized attachments for each ribbon. A detailed section describes each ribbons attachment and the correct method for mounting attachments is diagram for all five of the military services. It is the most complete full-color reference of United States military ribbons ever published and is the product of over seven years of extensive research. Especially useful are the only charts showing the correct order of Protestant people wearing multiservice ribbons in each of the five military branches. An invaluable reference to all veterans, veterans families, members of the Armed Forces and reserves.
US Army Air Force (1) (Elite) (Vol 1)
In June 1941 the US Army's air organisations were consolidated under a single command, the Army Air Forces or AAF. Its expansion was rapid and massive, and its contribution to the war effort was substantial. Books abound describing the AAF's impressive combat record, but little has been published to record what the men inside the machines wore to stay alive and effective in the air and on the ground, or, as often as not, in the water. Gordon L. Rottman's detailed treatment discusses the flying clothes, accessories and equipment worn and used by individual airmen fighting their often desperate battles in the sky.
Propper Men's Abu Trouser, Air Force Digital Tiger Stripe, Size 30/Regular
It's professional and versatile by design. The Propper men's Abu trouser in nylon and cotton twill is sewn to military specification fq pd-06-11c, is nir-compliant and approved for active duty use by the U.S. Air force. A reinforced crotch increases durability and 8 pockets create exceptional storage capacity. Back and cargo pockets include discrete security flaps and hidden buttons.
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