Uniforms of the Marine CorpsLearn about YOUR Marine's Uniforms: 3 Different Types
The link below to the website page includes a chart to understand better the uniforms your Marine is wearing. The chart is an excellent reference as well as a learning tool. You can also learn about the differences between uniforms in other branches of the service.
Image info: Retired Sgt. Maj. James Snyder, an 82-year-old veteran of the Korean War and Vietnam, who served for 28 years, and a native of Dayton, Ohio, shakes hands with Marines dressed in uniforms from periods throughout Marine Corps history during the 2013 Marine Corps Base Hawaii birthday pageant at Dewey Square, Nov. 8, 2013. Each costume is a replica of a uniform worn during different historical eras, from the Revolutionary War high collar, or "Leatherneck," to the current camouflage utilities. Each uniform highlights the evolution of the Marine Corps from past to present, while also showing Marines still carry the same values and traditions today as when the Corps was established in 1775.
—U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Matthew Bragg
Marine Mom and Marine Dad Dress Blue
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The most pupular aisle in the EGA shop has to be the dress blue aisle! From garden flags to wristbands to car magnets to T-shirts. Marine Mom and Marine Dad, we've covered you in Marine Corps dress blue!