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Discussion in 'Uniforms, Medals, Equipment and Clothing Of WWII' started by G.Clark, Jun 30, 2017.

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What is the uniform worn by the man on the viewer's far right? The picture was taken in 1944 in CA.

  1. Coast Guard

  2. Postal Carrier

  3. Army

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  1. G.Clark

    G.Clark New Member

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    What is the uniform worn by the man on the viewer's far right? The picture was taken in 1944/1945 in California.
     

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  2. R Leonard

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    US Army . . . with his belt over his shoulder
     
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    TD-Tommy776 Man of Constant Sorrow

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    Agreed, US Army. Definitely not USPS. USPS Carrier uniform from 1940s is second from the left:

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    Dad had a uniform like that, Army....
     
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    Early Army. He has a belt on his shoulder. Early 4 pocket uniform coats had a bi-swing back and belt ramps in the rear like German coats. Rich A. in Pa.
     

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