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At the outbreak of the American Civil War in 1861 the US Army was small and lacking of experience, with only 16,000 enlisted men and officers. Neither side was prepared militarily for tbe conflict, with much of the army scattered across the vast expanse of the American West. Loyalty would be an issue as units were called eastwards to either form the army sent to subdue the rebellion, or to join it. Compelled to join a side they would be torn by loyalty to their country, their native state, and to their army. Volunteers would bolster the Union army and fight alongside the more professional regular regiments.
Uniforms of both volunteers and regulars were influenced by the styles popular in Europe, with particular popularity for the French inspired fashion. There would be many uniform variations for the Union regiments due to limitations on material and unit preference, but primarily the Union infantry would be in dark blue jacket and kepi, and light blue trousers.
The dark blue sack coat was practical and comfortable, with trousers often light or sky blue. Sturdy shoes were worn instead of boots, and the kepi was the predominant headwear. A knapsack or pack was standard issue, and a haversack and canteen were essential items also worn.
The Fallschirmjäger were an elite paratrooper infantry unit during the Second World War. They were nicknamed the "Green devils" by the Allies. United Bricks has brought this iconic camo to life with 360° printing. Each one are packed in a special blister pack with double sided printed collectors card.
The Doctor's meddling has unleashed an army of the dead. Hungry for flesh, these souless zombies wander the Earth.
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Nikolai joined the glorious Red Army to fight for his Motherland. Just make sure he has plenty of Vodka.
The Marine Corps dress uniform is worm for formal or ceremonial occasions. It is the only U.S. military uniform that incorporates all three colours of the U.S. flag, and it has, with few changes, been worn in essentially its current form since the late 19th century.
The most recognisable uniform of the Marine Corps is the Blue Dress uniform, often seen in recruiting advertisements. It is the equivalent in composition and use to civilian black tie.
53,462 members of the British Armed Forces were deployed as part of the American-led Coalition force during the 1991 Gulf War.
The Gulf War British Soldier includes fully UV Printed torso, legs, arms, and head. It also features an exclusive printed Brickarms modern combat helmet and L85A1.
The Desert Battle Dress Uniform (DBDU) is a U.S. arid-environment camouflage battle uniform that was used by the United States Armed Forces from the early 1980s to the mid 1990s, most notably during the Persian Gulf War. A camouflage pattern known as the Six-Color Desert Pattern or colloquially as Chocolate-Chip Camouflage is used.
When you have an appointment at the bank, dress to the occasion and control the situation.
When the bad guys are on the loose, send in the big guns and get the job done right.
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American gangsters have nothing on these guys! Straight out of Birmingham comes a true British gang!
Get 6 special forces heads in tan, dark tan, black, dark bluish grey, light bluish grey, and olive green for just $12!
He's the best cook around, using chemistry as his secret ingredient.
Every good cook needs an assistant, even if he's more annoying than helpful!