Regulations for the Uniform of the United States Army (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1914 - 68 pages
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Page 23 - ... any arms, equipments, ammunition, clothes, military stores, or other public property, such soldier, sailor, officer, or other person not having the lawful right to pledge or sell the same...
Page 15 - ... 3. When officers or enlisted men wear civilian dress, it will not be accompanied by any mark or part of the uniform. Enlisted men, on or oft duty, will not wear civilian dress without permission of their commanding officer.
Page 28 - That the distinctive badges adopted by Military Societies of men who served in the armies and navies of the United States, in the War of the Revolution, the War of...
Page 23 - ... any such sale, barter, exchange, pledge, loan or gift, shall have any right, title, or interest therein; but the same may be seized and taken wherever found by any officer of the United States, civil or military, and shall thereupon be delivered to any quartermaster, or other officer authorized to receive the same.
Page 22 - The clothing, arms, military outfits, and accouterments furnished by the United States to any soldier shall not be sold, bartered, exchanged, pledged, loaned, or given away; and...
Page 23 - ... therein; but the same may be seized and taken wherever found by any officer of the United States, civil or military, and shall thereupon be delivered to any quartermaster, or other officer authorized to receive the same. The possession of any such clothes, arms, military outfits, or accouterments by any person not a soldier or officer of the United States shall be presumptive evidence of such a sale, barter, exchange, pledge, loan, or gift.
Page 45 - Badges and medals will be worn on the left breast of the coat in a horizontal line, about 4 inches' below the middle point of the top of the shoulder...
Page 20 - Commanding officers will inspect and verify the arms, service uniforms, and field equipments of officers and enlisted men as often as they may deem necessary to assure themselves that all members of their commands are prepared to take the field upon short notice, fully equipped and uniformed.
Page 49 - Officers and enlisted men are permitted to wear waterproof capes or overcoats, as nearly as practicable the color of the service uniform, when on duty involving exposure to rainy or other inclement weather.
Page 32 - The personnel charged exclusively with the removal, transportation, and treatment of the sick and wounded, as well as with the administration of sanitary formations and establishments, and the chaplains attached to armies shall be respected and protected under all circumstances. If they fall into the hands of the enemy they shall not be considered as prisoners of war.

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