Technical manual 4-42.21 is a guide for fabric repair specialists, personnel qualified in MOS 92S, grades E1 through E7.
Army regulation 670-1 prescribes the authorization for wear, composition, and classification of uniforms, and the occasions for wearing all personal (clothing bag issue), optional, and commonly worn organizational Army uniforms. It also prescribes the awards, insignia, and accouterments authorized for wear on the uniform, and how these items are worn.General information is also provided on the authorized material, design, and uniform quality control system.
The New York Quartermaster Procurement Agency was initially intended to serve two purposes. It was to succeed the Philadelphia Depot as the main center for the procurement of Army clothing and textiles, and it was to serve also as a testing ground for collaborative procurement of these items by both Army and Navy.
The Defense Logistics Agency provides the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, other federal agencies and partner nation armed forces with a full spectrum of logistics, acquisition and technical services.
Field manual 38-1 prescribes Army doctrine on logistics management.
The Military Clothing and Textile Supply Agency (MC&TSA) was a single-manager agency for clothing and textile. On 1 July 1956, MC&TSA was established as a class II activity under the jurisdiction of the Quartermaster General, with headquarters at the Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot, a class II installation under the jurisdiction of the Quartermaster General. On 1 January 1962, it was discontinued and absorbed into the Defense Supply Agency as the Defense Clothing and Textile Supply Center.
The Defense Supply Agency (DSA) was established on Oct. 1, 1961, and began operations on Jan. 1, 1962. On Jan. 1, 1977, the name of the Defense Supply Agency was changed to the Defense Logistics Agency.
Purchase description MC/PD 01-2012 SYSCOM covers the requirements for the U.S. Marine Corps Leather Light Duty Gloves.
Military specification MIL-B-11431.
Military specification MIL-B-2372.
GL/PD 08-75: BOOT, COMBAT, HOT WEATHER, ARMY, DIRECT ATTACH SOLING SYSTEMS: RUBBER AND POLYETHER POLYURETHANE OUTSOLES
Purchase description GL/PD 08-75 covers the requirements for a Desert Sand-colored Hot Weather Combat Boot for use in both hot weather wet and dry environments.
Military specification MIL-B-43154 covers hot weather, combat boots that have a leather and nylon duck upper and direct molded sole.
DA Pam 670-1 provides the implementation procedures for wear and appearance of Army uniforms and insignia.
Detail specification covers the requirements for a Desert Sand-colored Hot Weather Combat Boot for use in both hot weather wet and dry environments.
Purchase Description GL/PD 11-01 covers the requirements for a Desert Sand-colored, waterproof, temperate weather combat boot for Infantry, Flight and Combat Vehicle Crewman use.
Techical manual 10-227 provides a guide for Commanders and personnel engaged in the fitting of uniforms and footwear for both male and female Soldiers.
The gloves are intended for light work duty and mosquito protection.They may be worn alone, or for additional warmth under cold conditions, may be worn with the wool inserts.The gloves are also intended for wear over chemical protective handwear covered by MIL-G-43796.
Commercial item description A-A-52055 covers the Flexor-style light duty gloves.
Military specification MIL-M-4255.
The wool sleeping bag was originally made of knitted wool cloth, which was replaced by a woven, 21 1/2-ounce napped wool cloth because of the extreme shrinkage occurred when laundered. It was mummy-shaped and provided with a 30-inch heavy slide fastener.