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U.S. Navy issued tunic
Naval Clothing Company
Date Created and/or Issued
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History San Jose Research Library
History San Jose Online Catalog
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Naval uniform tunic with an eagle and three red stripes on the right arm, one red stripe on the left forearm, two buttons on each cuff, a pocket on the left breast and a flap of fabric hanging behind the neck from the collar lapels. There are three white lines around each cuff and around the collar lapel, and two white stars on the back hanging lapel. The buttons each have an anchor symbol imprinted on them. A label underneath the back lapel reads, "Manufactured By Naval Clothing Company," and has a line for the sailor to write his name.
Military uniforms
World War, 1939-1945
United States. Navy

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