Early Pre-WW2 US Fighter Command Service Tunic . UA243


United States Early Pre-WW2 Army Service Tunic. Has nice pair of US Fighter Command Distinctive Unit Insignia (DIs) on collar area. The DI with motto Mors Et Distructio. Uniform has a U.S. enlisted brass collar disc on one side of collar area and one enlisted AAF (Army Air Forces) collar brass on other side. Contract tag is a bit faded, however, can make out purple ink stamp on top of tag with date of Nov 20 1928. Overall, good condition for age and displays well.


Additional Notes: The United States (U.S.) Army basic service uniforms consisted of a winter service uniform of olive drab (OD) wool worn in temperate weather, and a summer service uniform of khaki (a shade of tan) cotton fabric worn in tropical weather. In addition to the basic service uniforms, there were also a variety of fatigue and combat uniforms utilized as well. During ww2 era, summer and winter service uniforms were worn during their respective seasons while on duty within the United States. During wartime deployment, the European Theater of Operations was considered a year-round temperate zone and the Pacific Theater of Operations a year-round tropical uniform zone. In the Mediterranean Theater of Operations, U.S. soldiers wore both seasonal uniforms.


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Weight 67 oz
Dimensions 13 × 12 × 3 in