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Measure from the stitches below the armpits on one side to another.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets armhole to the cuff.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets the collar to the hem.
Measure straight across the top of the waistband from edge to edge.
Measure from the bottom of the front rise to the top of the front rise.
Measure straight across the widest hip line from edge to edge.
Measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.
Measure across straight from the crotch seam to the outside of the leg.
Measure straight across the leg opening.
Measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Measure from the waistband to the leg opening or hem.
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The experience gained at the Tarawa campaign changed the design of the Marine combat uniform.
In March 1944, the P-44 set was officially released. The feature of this uniform is to carry the necessary combat equipment as much as possible, so there are more pockets for the P-44, and it also becomes structurally complicated. There were large pockets on each side of the front placket of the jacket, the left breast has a rectangular pocket with a pocket cover, and the words USMC printed on it. There is a button under the collar to facilitate the installation of a gas masks hood if necessary. Its cuff has a metal button and two buttonholes to tighten the cuff. Its color of P-44 is darker and more profound than P41.
Compared to P-41, there is no doubt that the P-44 is excellent and advanced in design. However, due to the late release, P-44 was not widely used. It was not until 1945 that the battle of Iwo Jima was deployed in small Numbers, many marines wore their old P-41 uniforms until the end of World War II.
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