December 1918

Uniform After the War

Volume 3, Issue 4
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IT HAS occurred to a number of officers of the Marine Corps that some thought, at the present time, should be devoted to the question of uniform after the war. Some believe that the Corps is "in uniform" for good and all and will wear civilian clothes on extended leave only. The question of uniform has been discussed recently by many officers of all ranks and our present blue uniform does not meet with the favor it has formerly enjoyed, and there is a sentiment in favor of abolishing all the fanciful mess and dress uniforms.

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