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All-purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment (ALICE)

'All-purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment (ALICE)' instruction manual was prepared to help the reader understand the use, care, and the required maintenance of the ALICE components.

A-A-55312: CAP, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

Commercial item description YokeCollarAssembly covers the requirements for a visor style cap that is intended for wear in a temperate zone environment by military personnel.

A-A-55294 : CAP, HOT WEATHER

Commercial item description A-A-55294 covers the requirements for a visor style cap that is intended for wear in hot weather environments by military personnel of the Department of the Army.

6-478: CARRIER, SHOVEL, INTRENCHING, M-1943

Army specification 6-478.

MIL-C-1520: CARRIER, SHOVEL, INTRENCHING, M-1943

Military specification MIL-C-1520.

United States Army in the World War II

United States Army in the World War II.

QMC Historical Studies

Quartermaster Corps Historical Studies.

Pile Field Cap

The MQ-1 (Model Quartermaster 1) OD pile field cap is a modified version of the M-1943 pile field cap. The cap was adopted as the M-1951 pile field cap.

Pile Field Cap

The OD pile field cap was designed for wear in extreme cold.

Field Cap

The OD cotton field cap with visor was designed to be worn with the M-1943 field jacket. It could also be worn under the hood of that jacket and with the steel helmet and liner.

New York Quartermaster Procurement Agency

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.

3-color Desert Camouflage Pattern

To provide a desert uniform with enhanced camouflage, the Army, in October 1990, adopted a new three-color desert camouflage pattern BDU to replace the six-color pattern.

1948 4-color Camouflage Pattern

The pattern was originally designed in 1948 at the Engineer Research and Development Center. Subsequently, it was translated to fabric under guidance by the QM Research and Development Command and type classified in 1966 as the US Army 1948 camouflage pattern, also directed toward minimizing sniper scope detection.

Woodland Camouflage Pattern

A 60-percent expansion of the 1948 4-color pattern was adopted for the Woodland pattern in order to extend the range of camouflage effectiveness as far toward 350 meters as possible.

MIL-C-342: CLOTH, WIND RESISTANT, POPLIN, COTTON

Military specification MIL-C-342 covers the requirements for rip stop poplin, wind resistant cotton cloth.

MIL-H-43371: HAT, REVERSIBLE, SUN

Military specification MIL-H-43371 covers a two-color reversible, cotton, wide-brimmed, adjustable size, sun hat.

MIL-C-44436: CLOTH, WIND RESISTANT POPLIN, NYLON/COTTON BLEND

Military specification MIL-C-44436 covers wind resistant poplin nylon/cotton cloth, dyed and overprinted with the specified camouflage pattern.

MIL-C-43468: CLOTH, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN, WIND RESISTANT POPLIN, COTTON

Military specification MIL-C-43468 covers wind resistant cotton poplin cloth, dyed and overprinted with the specified camouflage pattern.

MIL-C-44034: CLOTH, TWILL, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN, COTTON AND NYLON FOR DESERT UNIFORM

Military specification MIL-C-44034 covers blended cotton and nylon twill cloth which is dyed and overprinted with the prescribed camouflage print.

MIL-H-44105: HAT, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN: DESERT

Military specification MIL-H-44105 initially covered a hat made of cotton/nylon twill material dyed in a 6-color camouflage desert pattern and then hot weather sun hats.