Lets see the dress

November 24th, 2004  

Topic: Lets see the dress

Lets see the Dress uniforms from around the world

This is the British Army No 2 Dress uniform

November 25th, 2004  
silent driller
US Marine Corps Blue- Whites

November 25th, 2004  
A Can of Man
RoK Army Captain

Because of increases in deployment to deserts, below is the RoK Army's desert scheme. Rank is of a Master Sergeant

November 25th, 2004  
The Norwegian Army's Black Dress Uniform
(only minutes before we jump out from 12,500 feet.. )

The color of the Collar and the Sleeves can be different depending on what branch you belong to.
(Cavalry/Armor can be seen in the front/middle)
November 25th, 2004  
royal marine number one dress uniforms (blues)
November 29th, 2004  
Originally Posted by silent driller
US Marine Corps Blue- Whites
i heard the marines have to pay for it. do you know how much it costs?
December 2nd, 2004  
For the whole set, about $250-300, but it comes out of a monthly clothing allowance so it's not a hardship or anything.
December 2nd, 2004  
When I entered the Corps Dress Blue uniforms were optional for enlisted personnel. The cost of an authorized set then was about 350.00 with out the anodized brass or cover frame and white cover.

The Dress Blue A uniform with white trousers is only authorized for certain units for ceremonial purposes.
December 3rd, 2004  
Royal Marines ''Best Blues''

December 3rd, 2004  
This is our full parade dress. I'm front row on the left.

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