garrison cap


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garrison cap

n.
A soft cloth cap without a visor, worn as part of a military uniform. Also called overseas cap.

overseas′ cap`


n.
a wedge-shaped cap of cotton or woolen fabric, worn as part of the service uniform. Also called garrison cap.
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Noun1.garrison cap - a wedge-shaped wool or cotton capgarrison cap - a wedge-shaped wool or cotton cap; worn as part of a uniform
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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It was also a prized World War II trophy of my grandfather, Technician Fifth Grade Melvin Bollig, who displayed it above his basement bar next to his VFW Post 8447 garrison cap and American Legion Post 534 pins.
The signature state police "Smokey" hat replaced the garrison cap in 1972.
An ammunition belt, a canteen, and a garrison cap, coupled with a nonfunctioning air rifle, and we were set for Iwo Jima or the Battle of the Bulge.
Even when the new black beret replaced the old garrison cap, the uniform remained Army green.
Enlisted MEN wore summer cotton khaki or a wool winter garrison cap with branch-colored braid.
The service uniform for E-6 and below is comprised of a short-sleeve khaki shirt for males and an over-blouse for females, made from a wash and wear 75/25 polyester and wool blend, with permanent military creases, black trousers for males with beltless slacks for females and optional beltless skirt, and a black unisex garrison cap.