forage cap


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forage cap

n
(Military) a soldier's undress cap
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forage cap

nSchiffchen nt

forage cap

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Then two officers emerged, bowing too, and a stout man with a big beard, wearing a greasy forage cap.
It was while being marched to a prisoner-of-war camp that Reynolds spotted an official German Army photographer wearing a forage cap and grinning.
It was while being marched to a prisoner-of-war camp that Jack spotted an official German Army photographer wearing a forage cap and grinning.
My mother used to show me a tiny picture of him in a forage cap, on the mantelpiece in the front room.
He joined Harry in a two-minute silence after the prince, in his Household Division frock coat and forage cap, laid a cross at the Field of Remembrance.
Jools was at the wheel of a proper WWII Jeep and, from somewhere, he had even found an army forage cap. Our 10-year-old son Jimmy nearly exploded with excitement.
They were given full military honours, their coffins draped in the Union flag carried by bearer parties, with the regimental forage cap, belt, and wreath on top, accompanied by the HAC Band.
Like all members of the Royal family, his uniform included a gold sash and epaulettes, and instead of wearing the forage cap of the Blues and Royals he wore an Army Air Corps blue beret because he is on attachment as an Apache helicopter pilot.
Extradited to the Netherlands from Serbia on Tuesday following his arrest last week, Mladic appeared in court wearing what looked like a military forage cap, before later removing it to take his seat.
The 28-year-old acknowledged the RAF by wearing a blue sash representing his "wings" and a forage cap.
1840--Silver castles were ordered worn on epaulettes, forage cap, and belt plate.