September 1918

Overseas Equipment

Volume 3, Issue 3
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IN view of the late limitations upon the baggage of officers going abroad for overseas service, it is impossible to take all of the articles enumerated in the official lists of what should be taken; furthermore, it is understood that at least some of the articles enumerated there can now be obtained in France. Among these are trench boots, rubber boots, Sam Browne belts, and overseas caps. The following list has been made out by an officer who has been abroad, and it is suggested as comprising the essential articles which can be carried within the limitations ordered :

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