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400 Year Evolution of the United States Army Uniform

23 distinct styles of dress which represents and honors the American Patriots and Pioneers who helped found the United States and the U.S. Army Soldiers who served while wearing these uniforms, weapons, and accouterments — during some of the most well-known and significant conflicts since the first militia musters of the 17th century. Shot in 4K and featuring Mark Aaron as "the soldier."

As accurately as we possibly could... telling the story of the United States Army Soldier... one uniform at a time.

1620s - Jamestown / Plymouth Militia
1775 - Lexington Green Minuteman
1778 - Continental Soldier in French "Lottery Coat"
1781 - Light Infantryman in Hunting shirt
1792 - Legion of the United States
1812-1815 - War of
1812 1846 - Mexican War
1860 - West Point Cadet
1862 - Volunteer Officer
1864 - Western Theater Infantryman
1876 - Plains Indian Wars 7th Cavalryman
1898 - Spanish-American War Infantry
1918 - WW1 Doughboy
1942 - WW2 Pacific Theater Soldier
1944 - 101st Airborne in Normandy
1945 - 29th Infantry Division Captain
1952 - Korean War Infantryman
1965 - Early Vietnam Officer
1969 - Vietnam "Grunt"
1980s - Grenada / Panama
1991 - Gulf War
2004 - Iraq War Modern U.S. Army in Garrison