U.S. Chocolate Service Shirt for Officers
The "Dark Green OD 51" or "Chocolate" wool service shirt was a standard quality garment used by Army and Air Corps officers. It is worn with the Class A uniform but also with the combat outfit. 45% wool, 55% polyester
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The "chocolate" service shirt was a standard quality garment used by Army and Air Corps officers and NCOs. The garment was made of wool serge cloth. They features a structured collar, front placket, epaulets and OD color buttons. They are 'form fitted' , so the cut has that flattering tapered-to-the-waist appearance.Like the officer service jackets, the shirt was usually ordered from private tailors and department stores. There were several manufacturers in the US that made 'Regulation' Army Officers' shirts - Jackson Raymond Co Inc, was one of the best.