"C" Company, 27th Regt.
25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army
"WOLFHOUNDS" in VIETNAM, 1966 to 1971
So you've decided to join the ranks of the U.S. Army.  The following list and the
accompanying descriptions are not comprehensive.  It is short and quick, covering only
the minimal you need to get to the field.  It is designed to save you money and
aggravation!  If it is not on this list, wait, don't buy it!  CONSULT with the SQUAD
LEADER beforehand!  Focus on what you need.  After you've acquired the essentials,
then feel free to splurge on extras!

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G.I.  Uniforms
CONTACT:
Walter Hanna
This website last updated
on:
July 28, 2012
1. Jacket, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Hot Weather Pattern (jungle)
1st pattern had exposed buttons on pocket flaps, and
epaulettes. 2nd & 3rd pattern had concealed buttons on
pocket flaps.

2.Trousers, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Hot Weather Pattern
1st pattern had exposed buttons on pocket flaps. 2nd &
3rd pattern had concealed buttons on pocket flaps.

3. Boots, Hot Weather pattern, w/spike protective sole.
(Vibram - early war, Panama - late war = Ok)

4. Cap, Olive Green 106 - baseball style  OR
Hat, Hot Weather Pattern - boonie style

5. T-Shirt, Olive Green (no brown shirts)

6. Belt, black canvas w/black steel open buckle

7. Socks, Olive Green w/cushion sole

8. Nametape / U.S. Army - black letters on OG cotton

9. 25th Division Insignia - Colored or Subdued
sewn to left shoulder (1/4 inch below shoulder seam)

10. Rank as appropriate - subdued preferred

ALTERNATE UNIFORMS (not required):
for early war (1965-1966)
O.G. 107 Cotton Uniform - Shirt & Trousers w/colored
nametapes, rank & Divisional Insignia
Basic G.I. Uniform, 1966 - 1971
Thanks to MOORE MILITARIA for uniform examples
1st Pattern
2nd Pattern
3rd Pattern
1st Pattern
2nd Pattern
3rd Pattern
Jackets
Trousers
2nd & 3rd Pattern Boots
2nd Pattern w/vibram soles
OG 106 Cap
Hot Weather Hat - "Boonie"
All above items available
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MOORE MILITARIA