26th Infantry Division
WWII Historical Re-enacting
SOLDIERS UNIFORM REGULATIONS
Artical 5,
Service Dress Uniforms Pre to Early war, Early to Mid War & Late War
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This Service Dress Uniform to the left is standard from 1937 to 1942.

Worn with the Black Mohair Tie, One Eyelet Sam
Browne Belt, Russet Brown in color (Enlisted
Troops only).


This uniform denotes a Private First Class in the 104th Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division

Circa 1941.
This Service Dress Uniform to the Right is standard from 1942 onward.

Worn with the Khaki Mohair Tie,
NO Sam Browne Belt.


This uniform denotes a Corporal in the 104th Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division circa 1943-45.

Note: the placement of the Service Stripe and Overseas Stripes on the right sleeve.
This Service Dress Uniform to the Left is standard from Mid 1944 onward.

IKE Jacket, Worn with the Khaki Mohair Tie.


This uniform denotes a Staff Sergeant in the 104th Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division
,
circa January 1945.

Note: The placement of the Service Stripe and Overseas Stripes on the right sleeve.
Mid War
Late War