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ISBN-10: 0520025520

ISBN-13: 9780520025523

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Three men wear khaki crusher service caps. Note the man second from right wears a khaki example with an olive drab band. F. service cap was made in England. (Edwards) Below: The Australian firm of "Jones Brothers Dty. S. Army officers caps. This photo shows their makers mark inside of a hat. These hats had interchangeable tops for summer and winter wear. S. Army officer's hat by "Jones Brothers Dty. Limited" in Sydney. S. stade f,y loncs Brothers Ply. CimUkd SURRY HILLS. S. Army Air Force officer.

Luxenberg made very high quality uniforms and insignia. Above right: The "Luxenberg" script trademark. This same style script is found on wings and insignia made by this firm. LT Li\Kl U1'At '1 Above left: A beautiful example of an AAF. officer's cap marked Army Air Base, Salt Lake City, Utah, 3. right: Marking inside AAF. officer's cap. Above: "Society Brand" is the maker of this service cap worn by an 8th Air Force bombardier. (Henderson) . Above right: "Lewis" AAF. officer's service cap. AF.

Officers continued to wear this type of service cap (many of whom were West Point or regular Army types), the majority preferred the crusher. (Markel) This photograph illustrates why the Army Air Force was allowed to remove the spring stiffener and grommet. The crusher cap was created out of necessity, but it was an extremely popular item which allowed great expression of individuality. (Jenks) Some companies began producing service caps especially for the Army Air Forces which had soft leather visors.

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