United States Navy Grade Insignia Since 1852 In Color Plates by: Preston B. Perrenot
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This book is Volume 2 and covers the history of the grade insignia worn by officers, enlisted personnel, midshipmen and cadets of the U.S. Navy from 1852, uniform change to uniform . The text describes the changes and innovations throughout history and is supported by beautifully detailed color plates of the insignia. The book is broken down into chapters that cover all of the navy's corps since they were established. Line, Medical Corps, Medical Service Corps, Navy Nurse Corps, Supply Corps, Dental Corps, Judge Advocate General's Corps, Engineering Officers, Civil Engineer Corps, Chaplain's Corps, Bureau of Construction, Navy Professors, Warrant Officers, Naval Academy Midshipmen and Enlisted Personnel. Also covered are the WAVES, Naval Aviation, Naval ROTC, JROTC, Naval Militia, U.S. Navy Sea Cadets, the Confederate States Navy from 1861 to 1865, and the Republic of Texas Navy from 1836 to 1845. Also included are the enlisted navy rating insignia since 1866, Warrant Officer Specialty Insignia and Officer's Corps Devices.
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- Width: 8 inches
- Height: 10 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 2 pounds
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