Olive Drab on Wikipedia Olive (color)
in the armed forces. The first recorded use of
as a color name in English was in 1892.
is an older color name, from the middle of the
helmets feature sewn-on cotton web
shade 3 chinstraps, replaced gradually throughout 1943 and 1944 with
shade 7 chinstraps. 1950s and
have been used for military uniforms, including the above-mentioned light-brown color. The greenish shades of
, known as
originally available in the colours
, black, gray and desert sand, and currently (2021) in
(international name "battle field green")
U.S. Army M1943 uniform
replaced by the OG-107 uniform beginning in 1952. By 1941, soldiers wore an
wool flannel shirt and wool serge trousers in winter and a cotton khaki
Commonwealth usage, khaki may also refer to a shade of green known 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