Officer's arm-of-service pins ("U.S." for the Regular Army) were worn on the upper lapels and their branch of service pins were worn on their lower lapels.

The enlisted soldier's round crown visor caps were no longer issued to enlisted troops after 1942.

In 1941 officers shirts included cotton or tropical worsted wool khaki shirts that could be worn with either the summer or winter service uniforms and wool shirts in OD 33 or OD 51 with the winter uniform.

QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S IMPERIAL NURSING SERVICE RESERVE. The rank of officers was worn on the outer edge of the shoulder loops whereas enlisted soldiers wore rank chevrons three inches wide points up on both upper arms. There's a number of comic cartoons inside too. Depending on your skipper you may have fancy Friday. During World War II, army personnel, including nurses, received M-1940 identification tags, commonly known as "dog tags" designed to identify the person. Different manufacturing techniques produced slight differences of design: Left-side view of the women's officer's wool garrison cap that constituted part of the olive-drab winter service uniform and dress uniforms. A permanent reserve for Q.A.I.M.N.S. So this was only a private purchase item and not something that was issued? U2. Thanks for your response. [2] The initial shirt had a standup collar like a typical dress shirt.

I actually managed to find some info on Ruth Sobeck's life and service but I still have a number of named items which I cannot investigate further. The United States Army in World War II used a variety of standard and non-standard dress and battle uniforms, which often changed depending upon the theater of war, climatic environment, and supply exigencies.

Part of a husband and wife grouping that I have been the care taker for some time. Footwear normally consisted of russet-brown leather Type I (leather-soled) service shoes.

The 2nd pattern was the same as the olive-drab service uniform.

ID tags would have been worn by all women personnel of the Army at all times. Hope that helps. zotig111: It'd have been worn from 1941 until 1943 when a revised beige summer service uniform was introduced. Issue footwear consisted of low quarter russet brown leather cap toe boots. Left-side view of the nurse's blue garrison cap with maroon cord-edge braid of the Army Medical Department. Now that's a sharp uniform. A brand new nurse is commissioned as a second lieutenant or O-1 in the nurse corps they are commissioned in. Specializes in military nursing. Some people report to work in PT gear/ the uniform of the day and e change at work. military nurses - identifying uniform It can be quite a problem to tell the difference between the various types of uniform worn by members of the British military nursing services during the Great War.

It's easy! We're allowed to wear scrubs, full ABU's, or scrub top w ABU bottoms. American and foreign Unit citation ribbons are worn over the right top tunic pocket. World War II recruitment posters featuring an army nurse wearing the blue nurse's cape over her white hospital uniform: This is an amazing thread! For airborne troops, treated canvas cargo pockets were added to the trousers. Sarge 8: Thank you, Frank for the info! She workd in hospitals till 1975. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sobeck&GSiman=1&GSst=40&GRid=19120758&, Thats awesome history and grat piece of American history. The male officer's winter service uniform in 1941 consisted of a four-button, four-pocket coat of finer wool fabric in olive drab shade no. In November 1943, the Type II and III service shoes were in turn replaced by a boot, the M43 Combat Boot or "Two-Buckle Boot". The ANC preceded the WAAC/WAC so the two branches had separate uniform distinctions. Feel free to post your own ANC-related items. The Territorial Force Nursing Service was established by R. B. Haldane in March 1908 following the Territorial and Reserve Forces Act (1907), and was intended to provide nursing staff for the twenty-three territorial force general hospitals planned for the United Kingdom in the event of war. The white nurse's waist (officially designated as the waist, cotton, white) could be worn as part of either the blue or beige service uniforms of the ANC. All the services currently have nursing branches which are called corps. We are dedicated to educating and informing the public about a unique career opportunity in nursing. It was made of windproof cotton sateen and was issued in a new darker olive drab color, OD7. However, for dress purposes officers also had the option of purchasing a khaki summer service uniform of tropical weight suiting fabric. February 22, 2014 in WOMEN'S SERVICES. By combining the uniforms, it was thought that time and money could be saved. During the spring of 1940, the Department of the Army decided to improve the outmoded design and color for the female nurse service uniform. The colors essentially mirrored those of their male counterparts of corresponding rank in the equivalent service uniform although fabrics differed. Also happens to be with Ewan McGregor who I imagine to look like Jack, except with his natural hair color and not dyed like here. [23][24][25], Because of the shortage of suitable weaving machines and resultant cost of weaving Byrd Cloth, a less expensive 5-ounce OD cotton poplin shirt and trouser were issued on an experimental basis in 1944 for use in jungle and tropical regions; while reports were favorable, existing HBT stockpiles were deemed adequate, and the uniform was not adopted.[21]. I'm a flight nurse, and since we fly, we wear flight suits just like the flight crew. She was WIA but i dont know where, she also recive Purple Heart and Bronze Star. The officer's rank insignia was worn on the left front side of the garrison cap. Officer's headgear for the winter uniform consisted of either an OD-51 peaked service cap with a russet leather visor or a garrison cap matching the OD fabric shade worn. Thereafter, only the garrison cap in either olive drab for winter or khaki for summer with piping in the color of the soldiers basic specialty branch remained as the universal enlisted service headgear. Many Army Nurses placed the nurse's caduceus pin on the cap front, although the first-pattern visor hat did not officially require insignia. I imagine the OR staff for sure would wear scrubs but what about the floor staff?[/quote']. The establishment of the Army Nurse Corps on February 2, 1901 opened the door for women in the military, but it wasn’t until the U.S. Government got involved in World War 1 (April 6, 1917), that some parts of the Government and the Military became serious about using women in the Armed Forces. I worked in the ER at MAMC and we wore our PT's to work then changed to scrubs that they issued to us. The single khaki necktie was mandated for both summer and winter service uniforms.[6][7]. They wore it with the back of the brim flipped up and the front of the brim pulled down and nicknamed it the "Daisy Mae Cap". Funny the one set of tags you have are from a city about 45 minutes north west of me in Adrian Michigan. Prior to 1901 military nursing was all civilians or contract nurses who served as volunteers or as paid civilian employees.

Some great and not often seen uniforms in this thread.......thanks for showing these all too often overlooked items M Belle!

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Officer's arm-of-service pins ("U.S." for the Regular Army) were worn on the upper lapels and their branch of service pins were worn on their lower lapels.

The enlisted soldier's round crown visor caps were no longer issued to enlisted troops after 1942.

In 1941 officers shirts included cotton or tropical worsted wool khaki shirts that could be worn with either the summer or winter service uniforms and wool shirts in OD 33 or OD 51 with the winter uniform.

QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S IMPERIAL NURSING SERVICE RESERVE. The rank of officers was worn on the outer edge of the shoulder loops whereas enlisted soldiers wore rank chevrons three inches wide points up on both upper arms. There's a number of comic cartoons inside too. Depending on your skipper you may have fancy Friday. During World War II, army personnel, including nurses, received M-1940 identification tags, commonly known as "dog tags" designed to identify the person. Different manufacturing techniques produced slight differences of design: Left-side view of the women's officer's wool garrison cap that constituted part of the olive-drab winter service uniform and dress uniforms. A permanent reserve for Q.A.I.M.N.S. So this was only a private purchase item and not something that was issued? U2. Thanks for your response. [2] The initial shirt had a standup collar like a typical dress shirt.

I actually managed to find some info on Ruth Sobeck's life and service but I still have a number of named items which I cannot investigate further. The United States Army in World War II used a variety of standard and non-standard dress and battle uniforms, which often changed depending upon the theater of war, climatic environment, and supply exigencies.

Part of a husband and wife grouping that I have been the care taker for some time. Footwear normally consisted of russet-brown leather Type I (leather-soled) service shoes.

The 2nd pattern was the same as the olive-drab service uniform.

ID tags would have been worn by all women personnel of the Army at all times. Hope that helps. zotig111: It'd have been worn from 1941 until 1943 when a revised beige summer service uniform was introduced. Issue footwear consisted of low quarter russet brown leather cap toe boots. Left-side view of the nurse's blue garrison cap with maroon cord-edge braid of the Army Medical Department. Now that's a sharp uniform. A brand new nurse is commissioned as a second lieutenant or O-1 in the nurse corps they are commissioned in. Specializes in military nursing. Some people report to work in PT gear/ the uniform of the day and e change at work. military nurses - identifying uniform It can be quite a problem to tell the difference between the various types of uniform worn by members of the British military nursing services during the Great War.

It's easy! We're allowed to wear scrubs, full ABU's, or scrub top w ABU bottoms. American and foreign Unit citation ribbons are worn over the right top tunic pocket. World War II recruitment posters featuring an army nurse wearing the blue nurse's cape over her white hospital uniform: This is an amazing thread! For airborne troops, treated canvas cargo pockets were added to the trousers. Sarge 8: Thank you, Frank for the info! She workd in hospitals till 1975. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sobeck&GSiman=1&GSst=40&GRid=19120758&, Thats awesome history and grat piece of American history. The male officer's winter service uniform in 1941 consisted of a four-button, four-pocket coat of finer wool fabric in olive drab shade no. In November 1943, the Type II and III service shoes were in turn replaced by a boot, the M43 Combat Boot or "Two-Buckle Boot". The ANC preceded the WAAC/WAC so the two branches had separate uniform distinctions. Feel free to post your own ANC-related items. The Territorial Force Nursing Service was established by R. B. Haldane in March 1908 following the Territorial and Reserve Forces Act (1907), and was intended to provide nursing staff for the twenty-three territorial force general hospitals planned for the United Kingdom in the event of war. The white nurse's waist (officially designated as the waist, cotton, white) could be worn as part of either the blue or beige service uniforms of the ANC. All the services currently have nursing branches which are called corps. We are dedicated to educating and informing the public about a unique career opportunity in nursing. It was made of windproof cotton sateen and was issued in a new darker olive drab color, OD7. However, for dress purposes officers also had the option of purchasing a khaki summer service uniform of tropical weight suiting fabric. February 22, 2014 in WOMEN'S SERVICES. By combining the uniforms, it was thought that time and money could be saved. During the spring of 1940, the Department of the Army decided to improve the outmoded design and color for the female nurse service uniform. The colors essentially mirrored those of their male counterparts of corresponding rank in the equivalent service uniform although fabrics differed. Also happens to be with Ewan McGregor who I imagine to look like Jack, except with his natural hair color and not dyed like here. [23][24][25], Because of the shortage of suitable weaving machines and resultant cost of weaving Byrd Cloth, a less expensive 5-ounce OD cotton poplin shirt and trouser were issued on an experimental basis in 1944 for use in jungle and tropical regions; while reports were favorable, existing HBT stockpiles were deemed adequate, and the uniform was not adopted.[21]. I'm a flight nurse, and since we fly, we wear flight suits just like the flight crew. She was WIA but i dont know where, she also recive Purple Heart and Bronze Star. The officer's rank insignia was worn on the left front side of the garrison cap. Officer's headgear for the winter uniform consisted of either an OD-51 peaked service cap with a russet leather visor or a garrison cap matching the OD fabric shade worn. Thereafter, only the garrison cap in either olive drab for winter or khaki for summer with piping in the color of the soldiers basic specialty branch remained as the universal enlisted service headgear. Many Army Nurses placed the nurse's caduceus pin on the cap front, although the first-pattern visor hat did not officially require insignia. I imagine the OR staff for sure would wear scrubs but what about the floor staff?[/quote']. The establishment of the Army Nurse Corps on February 2, 1901 opened the door for women in the military, but it wasn’t until the U.S. Government got involved in World War 1 (April 6, 1917), that some parts of the Government and the Military became serious about using women in the Armed Forces. I worked in the ER at MAMC and we wore our PT's to work then changed to scrubs that they issued to us. The single khaki necktie was mandated for both summer and winter service uniforms.[6][7]. They wore it with the back of the brim flipped up and the front of the brim pulled down and nicknamed it the "Daisy Mae Cap". Funny the one set of tags you have are from a city about 45 minutes north west of me in Adrian Michigan. Prior to 1901 military nursing was all civilians or contract nurses who served as volunteers or as paid civilian employees.

Some great and not often seen uniforms in this thread.......thanks for showing these all too often overlooked items M Belle!

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Officer's arm-of-service pins ("U.S." for the Regular Army) were worn on the upper lapels and their branch of service pins were worn on their lower lapels.

The enlisted soldier's round crown visor caps were no longer issued to enlisted troops after 1942.

In 1941 officers shirts included cotton or tropical worsted wool khaki shirts that could be worn with either the summer or winter service uniforms and wool shirts in OD 33 or OD 51 with the winter uniform.

QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S IMPERIAL NURSING SERVICE RESERVE. The rank of officers was worn on the outer edge of the shoulder loops whereas enlisted soldiers wore rank chevrons three inches wide points up on both upper arms. There's a number of comic cartoons inside too. Depending on your skipper you may have fancy Friday. During World War II, army personnel, including nurses, received M-1940 identification tags, commonly known as "dog tags" designed to identify the person. Different manufacturing techniques produced slight differences of design: Left-side view of the women's officer's wool garrison cap that constituted part of the olive-drab winter service uniform and dress uniforms. A permanent reserve for Q.A.I.M.N.S. So this was only a private purchase item and not something that was issued? U2. Thanks for your response. [2] The initial shirt had a standup collar like a typical dress shirt.

I actually managed to find some info on Ruth Sobeck's life and service but I still have a number of named items which I cannot investigate further. The United States Army in World War II used a variety of standard and non-standard dress and battle uniforms, which often changed depending upon the theater of war, climatic environment, and supply exigencies.

Part of a husband and wife grouping that I have been the care taker for some time. Footwear normally consisted of russet-brown leather Type I (leather-soled) service shoes.

The 2nd pattern was the same as the olive-drab service uniform.

ID tags would have been worn by all women personnel of the Army at all times. Hope that helps. zotig111: It'd have been worn from 1941 until 1943 when a revised beige summer service uniform was introduced. Issue footwear consisted of low quarter russet brown leather cap toe boots. Left-side view of the nurse's blue garrison cap with maroon cord-edge braid of the Army Medical Department. Now that's a sharp uniform. A brand new nurse is commissioned as a second lieutenant or O-1 in the nurse corps they are commissioned in. Specializes in military nursing. Some people report to work in PT gear/ the uniform of the day and e change at work. military nurses - identifying uniform It can be quite a problem to tell the difference between the various types of uniform worn by members of the British military nursing services during the Great War.

It's easy! We're allowed to wear scrubs, full ABU's, or scrub top w ABU bottoms. American and foreign Unit citation ribbons are worn over the right top tunic pocket. World War II recruitment posters featuring an army nurse wearing the blue nurse's cape over her white hospital uniform: This is an amazing thread! For airborne troops, treated canvas cargo pockets were added to the trousers. Sarge 8: Thank you, Frank for the info! She workd in hospitals till 1975. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sobeck&GSiman=1&GSst=40&GRid=19120758&, Thats awesome history and grat piece of American history. The male officer's winter service uniform in 1941 consisted of a four-button, four-pocket coat of finer wool fabric in olive drab shade no. In November 1943, the Type II and III service shoes were in turn replaced by a boot, the M43 Combat Boot or "Two-Buckle Boot". The ANC preceded the WAAC/WAC so the two branches had separate uniform distinctions. Feel free to post your own ANC-related items. The Territorial Force Nursing Service was established by R. B. Haldane in March 1908 following the Territorial and Reserve Forces Act (1907), and was intended to provide nursing staff for the twenty-three territorial force general hospitals planned for the United Kingdom in the event of war. The white nurse's waist (officially designated as the waist, cotton, white) could be worn as part of either the blue or beige service uniforms of the ANC. All the services currently have nursing branches which are called corps. We are dedicated to educating and informing the public about a unique career opportunity in nursing. It was made of windproof cotton sateen and was issued in a new darker olive drab color, OD7. However, for dress purposes officers also had the option of purchasing a khaki summer service uniform of tropical weight suiting fabric. February 22, 2014 in WOMEN'S SERVICES. By combining the uniforms, it was thought that time and money could be saved. During the spring of 1940, the Department of the Army decided to improve the outmoded design and color for the female nurse service uniform. The colors essentially mirrored those of their male counterparts of corresponding rank in the equivalent service uniform although fabrics differed. Also happens to be with Ewan McGregor who I imagine to look like Jack, except with his natural hair color and not dyed like here. [23][24][25], Because of the shortage of suitable weaving machines and resultant cost of weaving Byrd Cloth, a less expensive 5-ounce OD cotton poplin shirt and trouser were issued on an experimental basis in 1944 for use in jungle and tropical regions; while reports were favorable, existing HBT stockpiles were deemed adequate, and the uniform was not adopted.[21]. I'm a flight nurse, and since we fly, we wear flight suits just like the flight crew. She was WIA but i dont know where, she also recive Purple Heart and Bronze Star. The officer's rank insignia was worn on the left front side of the garrison cap. Officer's headgear for the winter uniform consisted of either an OD-51 peaked service cap with a russet leather visor or a garrison cap matching the OD fabric shade worn. Thereafter, only the garrison cap in either olive drab for winter or khaki for summer with piping in the color of the soldiers basic specialty branch remained as the universal enlisted service headgear. Many Army Nurses placed the nurse's caduceus pin on the cap front, although the first-pattern visor hat did not officially require insignia. I imagine the OR staff for sure would wear scrubs but what about the floor staff?[/quote']. The establishment of the Army Nurse Corps on February 2, 1901 opened the door for women in the military, but it wasn’t until the U.S. Government got involved in World War 1 (April 6, 1917), that some parts of the Government and the Military became serious about using women in the Armed Forces. I worked in the ER at MAMC and we wore our PT's to work then changed to scrubs that they issued to us. The single khaki necktie was mandated for both summer and winter service uniforms.[6][7]. They wore it with the back of the brim flipped up and the front of the brim pulled down and nicknamed it the "Daisy Mae Cap". Funny the one set of tags you have are from a city about 45 minutes north west of me in Adrian Michigan. Prior to 1901 military nursing was all civilians or contract nurses who served as volunteers or as paid civilian employees.

Some great and not often seen uniforms in this thread.......thanks for showing these all too often overlooked items M Belle!

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By using the site you agree to our Privacy, Cookies, and Terms of Service Policies. The shoepac was a leather boot with rubberized lower top and sole, worn in conjunction with the wool ski sock. I'm sorry I outbidded you but I've been looking for a beige uniform for so many years and this one came with the tie and I just couldn't let it go... amedd-5x: This is the only beige uniform that I own at the moment.

In 1943, after extensive testing in the swamplands and jungles of Florida and Panama, the U.S. Army determined that an experimental tropical uniform made of Byrd Cloth (known in Britain as Grenfell Cloth), would best protect soldiers from insects and disease while cooling the body and minimizing losses from perspiration.

The trousers were made out of the same OD7 cotton sateen material and white cotton twill inner lining, and were equipped with both front and rear pockets. The ANC off duty dress was a separate ANC pattern in olive drab shade 51 or beige. Placerat, sagittis tincidunt magna porta, nascetur natoque porttitor integer. and the Reserve. "Pain is only Weakness Leaving the Body"MSG Leigh E Smith JrUS Army (Retired). The 'regular' arm of QAIMNS was formed in 1902 from the old Army Nursing Service, and other than hemlines slowly rising, ward uniform remained virtually unchanged until the Second World War. and WWII USMC items! 33 (OD 33, also called "light shade") and matching trousers.

Officer's arm-of-service pins ("U.S." for the Regular Army) were worn on the upper lapels and their branch of service pins were worn on their lower lapels.

The enlisted soldier's round crown visor caps were no longer issued to enlisted troops after 1942.

In 1941 officers shirts included cotton or tropical worsted wool khaki shirts that could be worn with either the summer or winter service uniforms and wool shirts in OD 33 or OD 51 with the winter uniform.

QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S IMPERIAL NURSING SERVICE RESERVE. The rank of officers was worn on the outer edge of the shoulder loops whereas enlisted soldiers wore rank chevrons three inches wide points up on both upper arms. There's a number of comic cartoons inside too. Depending on your skipper you may have fancy Friday. During World War II, army personnel, including nurses, received M-1940 identification tags, commonly known as "dog tags" designed to identify the person. Different manufacturing techniques produced slight differences of design: Left-side view of the women's officer's wool garrison cap that constituted part of the olive-drab winter service uniform and dress uniforms. A permanent reserve for Q.A.I.M.N.S. So this was only a private purchase item and not something that was issued? U2. Thanks for your response. [2] The initial shirt had a standup collar like a typical dress shirt.

I actually managed to find some info on Ruth Sobeck's life and service but I still have a number of named items which I cannot investigate further. The United States Army in World War II used a variety of standard and non-standard dress and battle uniforms, which often changed depending upon the theater of war, climatic environment, and supply exigencies.

Part of a husband and wife grouping that I have been the care taker for some time. Footwear normally consisted of russet-brown leather Type I (leather-soled) service shoes.

The 2nd pattern was the same as the olive-drab service uniform.

ID tags would have been worn by all women personnel of the Army at all times. Hope that helps. zotig111: It'd have been worn from 1941 until 1943 when a revised beige summer service uniform was introduced. Issue footwear consisted of low quarter russet brown leather cap toe boots. Left-side view of the nurse's blue garrison cap with maroon cord-edge braid of the Army Medical Department. Now that's a sharp uniform. A brand new nurse is commissioned as a second lieutenant or O-1 in the nurse corps they are commissioned in. Specializes in military nursing. Some people report to work in PT gear/ the uniform of the day and e change at work. military nurses - identifying uniform It can be quite a problem to tell the difference between the various types of uniform worn by members of the British military nursing services during the Great War.

It's easy! We're allowed to wear scrubs, full ABU's, or scrub top w ABU bottoms. American and foreign Unit citation ribbons are worn over the right top tunic pocket. World War II recruitment posters featuring an army nurse wearing the blue nurse's cape over her white hospital uniform: This is an amazing thread! For airborne troops, treated canvas cargo pockets were added to the trousers. Sarge 8: Thank you, Frank for the info! She workd in hospitals till 1975. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sobeck&GSiman=1&GSst=40&GRid=19120758&, Thats awesome history and grat piece of American history. The male officer's winter service uniform in 1941 consisted of a four-button, four-pocket coat of finer wool fabric in olive drab shade no. In November 1943, the Type II and III service shoes were in turn replaced by a boot, the M43 Combat Boot or "Two-Buckle Boot". The ANC preceded the WAAC/WAC so the two branches had separate uniform distinctions. Feel free to post your own ANC-related items. The Territorial Force Nursing Service was established by R. B. Haldane in March 1908 following the Territorial and Reserve Forces Act (1907), and was intended to provide nursing staff for the twenty-three territorial force general hospitals planned for the United Kingdom in the event of war. The white nurse's waist (officially designated as the waist, cotton, white) could be worn as part of either the blue or beige service uniforms of the ANC. All the services currently have nursing branches which are called corps. We are dedicated to educating and informing the public about a unique career opportunity in nursing. It was made of windproof cotton sateen and was issued in a new darker olive drab color, OD7. However, for dress purposes officers also had the option of purchasing a khaki summer service uniform of tropical weight suiting fabric. February 22, 2014 in WOMEN'S SERVICES. By combining the uniforms, it was thought that time and money could be saved. During the spring of 1940, the Department of the Army decided to improve the outmoded design and color for the female nurse service uniform. The colors essentially mirrored those of their male counterparts of corresponding rank in the equivalent service uniform although fabrics differed. Also happens to be with Ewan McGregor who I imagine to look like Jack, except with his natural hair color and not dyed like here. [23][24][25], Because of the shortage of suitable weaving machines and resultant cost of weaving Byrd Cloth, a less expensive 5-ounce OD cotton poplin shirt and trouser were issued on an experimental basis in 1944 for use in jungle and tropical regions; while reports were favorable, existing HBT stockpiles were deemed adequate, and the uniform was not adopted.[21]. I'm a flight nurse, and since we fly, we wear flight suits just like the flight crew. She was WIA but i dont know where, she also recive Purple Heart and Bronze Star. The officer's rank insignia was worn on the left front side of the garrison cap. Officer's headgear for the winter uniform consisted of either an OD-51 peaked service cap with a russet leather visor or a garrison cap matching the OD fabric shade worn. Thereafter, only the garrison cap in either olive drab for winter or khaki for summer with piping in the color of the soldiers basic specialty branch remained as the universal enlisted service headgear. Many Army Nurses placed the nurse's caduceus pin on the cap front, although the first-pattern visor hat did not officially require insignia. I imagine the OR staff for sure would wear scrubs but what about the floor staff?[/quote']. The establishment of the Army Nurse Corps on February 2, 1901 opened the door for women in the military, but it wasn’t until the U.S. Government got involved in World War 1 (April 6, 1917), that some parts of the Government and the Military became serious about using women in the Armed Forces. I worked in the ER at MAMC and we wore our PT's to work then changed to scrubs that they issued to us. The single khaki necktie was mandated for both summer and winter service uniforms.[6][7]. They wore it with the back of the brim flipped up and the front of the brim pulled down and nicknamed it the "Daisy Mae Cap". Funny the one set of tags you have are from a city about 45 minutes north west of me in Adrian Michigan. Prior to 1901 military nursing was all civilians or contract nurses who served as volunteers or as paid civilian employees.

Some great and not often seen uniforms in this thread.......thanks for showing these all too often overlooked items M Belle!

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