Olive Drab on Wikipedia Olive (color) olive drab
. Olivine is the typical color of the mineral olivine. The first recorded use of olivine as a color name in English was in 1912.
Olive drab Khaki
Commonwealth usage, khaki may also refer to a shade of green known in the US as
. Khaki is a loanword from Urdu خاکی 'soil-colored', which in turn comes
in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
is an adjective for boring. "
" may also refer to:
(color), a dull light brown color
Olive drab Dark olive drab
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Olive United States Army Air Forces olive drab
shade 33 serge uniforms, except for the enlisted men's four pocket service coat, as long as they were not mixed with OD Shade 51 or
have been used for military uniforms, including the above-mentioned light-brown color. The greenish shades of
, known as
helmets feature sewn-on cotton web
shade 3 chinstraps, replaced gradually throughout 1943 and 1944 with
shade 7 chinstraps. 1950s and
jacket or "Ike" jacket, officially known as the Jacket, Field, Wool,
, is a type of waist-length jacket developed for the U.S. Army during the
Army Service Uniform
From 1902 to 1917, the army had three uniforms: a service uniform of
wool cloth for use by soldiers in the field, a khaki cotton version used