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GENERAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPARTMENT, No. 22.

WASHINGTON, April 25, 1915. The following tables, giving the allowance of clothing in kind for calisted men, the articles of clothing issued without charge to enlisted men, the money allowance for clothing drawn by enlisted men

, prices at which articles of clothing and equipage will be charged, sizes of clothing, and allowance of tableware and kitchen Itensils, are published for the information and guidance of all concerned, to go into effect July 1, 1915.

The articles herein enumerated furnished to the Organized Mili-
ta shall have added to the prices herein given the cost of packing.
Clothing and equipage purchased in Manila for service in the
Philippine Islands will be charged at anvoice or cost price.
At posts where this order shall not have been received by July 1,
1915

, General Orders, No. 32, War Department, 1914, as amended by General Orders, No. 58, War Department, 1914, will govern until the receipt of this order.

2272474, A. G. 0.1
BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

H. L. SCOTT,
Brigadier General, Chief of Staff.

OmCAL:

H. P. MCCAIN,

The Adjutant General.

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TABLE I.

Allowance of clothing in kind for enlisted men, the aggregate cost of

which constitutes the basis upon which the annual money allowance is computed.

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Breeches, service:

Cotton...

Woolen. Caps:

Dress, including bands.

Service....
Coats:

Fatigue (dismounted troops).
Dress...
Service, cotton..

Service, woolen.
Collars...
Cords, breast.
Drawers.
Gloves:

White cotton..

Wool, olive drab..
Hats, service, with cord.
Leggins, canvas....
Ornaments:

Cap..
Collar, bronze..
Collar, gilt.
Letters“ U, S.,” bronze.

Letters “U, S.,” gilt
Shirts, olive-drab flannel.
Shoes.
Stockings:

Cotton.

Wool, light weight.. Suspenders or waist belts. Trousers:

Fatirue (dismounted).

Dress...
Undershirts (cotton or winter).

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3
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1
2

17 4 3

1

1

..each.. 1
.do... 1
do.... 2

.do.. 1
.number.. 6

.do... 1 -pairs.. 3 .do. 5 do.

1 number.. 1

· pairs.. 2 .number.. 2

.do. 3

. pairs.. 1 .number.. 3

pairs.. 1
..number.. 2

. pairs.. 3
.do...

.do... 4
.do... 1

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5 3 15

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stripes necessary for each suit actually in use.

3 In lieu of allowance for fatigue clothing, mounted enlisted men will draw:

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Artides of clothing issued without charge to enlisted men when required,

not exceeding the quantities specified.

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Badges for excellence in target practice...

each Chertons, cloth, dress coat...

.pairs.. Chertons for cotton service coats.

.do.

.do. Levrons for woolen service coats and olive-drab flannel shirts. Chevrons for olive drab overcoats.

.do. Chatrous for white coats..

do. Chevrons for denim coats.

do.. Glies tots, gunners, all kinds.

.do.

sets.. Service stripes for each enlisted man on duty at a general recruiting station

sets.. Trouser stripes, complete. Damer Stripes complete, noncommissioned officers, general recruiting service, on duty at recruiting stations....

.. pairs..

1 16

5 17 2

Betrice stripes.

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These articles do not form a part of the regular clothing allowance, and their issue appointment, promotion, etc., the soldier requiring articles on this list will receive of the enlistment, the principle being that he should have the chevrons, devices, and

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TABLE III. Money allowance for clothing drawn by enlisted men of the Army,

except Philippine Scouts. Initial allowance.

$43. 95 Monthly share of initial allowance.

7. 325 Daily share of initial allowance.

.244 Semiannual allowance..

12. 63 Monthly allowance.

2. 105 Daily allowance.. Total money allowance for 4 years.

144.98 Money allowance for clothing drawn by enlisted men of the Philippine

Scouts. Initial allowance..

$30. 60 Monthly share of initial allowance.

5. 10 Daily share of initial allowance.

. 17 Semiannual allowance..

10. 80 Monthly allowance.

1. 80 Daily allowance.. Total money allowance for 4 years.

117.00 TABLE IV. Prices at which clothing for the Army of the United States will be issued

from July 1, 1915, until further orders.

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Aprons:

Bakers an 1 butchers...

Cooks....
Badge for excellence in target practice.
Band, cap..
Belt, waist.
Breeches:

Cotton, khaki (foot or mounted)1.
Cotton, olive-drab (foot or mounted).

Woolen, olive-drab (foot or mounted).
Caps:

Bakers and cooks.
Canvas, blanket-lined 1.
Dress (without band).
Fur (muskrat) 1
Service, olive-drab wool.

Winter...
Chevrons:

Cotion, olive drab (all arms and grades except gunners).
Denim (all arms and grades)...
Dress (all arms and grades except gunners).
Gunners (all kinds).
White (all kinds).
Woolen, olive drab (all arms and grades except gunners).

Khaki (all arms and grades)".
Coats:

Canvas fatigue (brown)'..
Denim.
Dress.

.each.. ..do.

do. do. .do. do.

1.82 .78 .63

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TABLE IV.-Prices at which clothing for the Army of the United States

will be issued from July 1, 1915, until further orders--Contd.

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Coats-Continued.
Service-

Cotton, olive drab.
Cotton, khakil..

Woolen, olive drab.
White.
Collar..
Cords:

Breast (all arms).
Hat (all arms).

Hat, tying...
Drawers:

Canton flannel, winter.

Jean, summer.
Frock, stable.
Gauntlets:

Fur (muskrat).
Leather (buckskin)

Winter..
Gloves:

Cotton, white..
Horsehide, yellow.
Leather (buckskin)
Riding..

Woolen, olive drab.
Hats:

Denim.

Service.
Laces:

Breeches.
Leggins..

Shoe (all kinds).
Leggins, canvas.
Necktie..
Ornaments:
Cap-

Bronze (all arms).

Gilt (all arms).
Collar-

Bronze (all arms).
Bronze letters “Ú. S.
Gilt (all arms

Gilt letters “U.S.".
Overalls 1.
Overcoats:

Canvas, blanket-lined.

Olive drab..
Overshoes, Arctic
Poncho...
Shirts:

Chambray 1
Flannel, olive drab.

Muslin.
Shoes:

Black 1..
Gymnasium

Russet..
Sheker..

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