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Later an olive green version of the white fatigues was issued. It had a metal ventilator at the top, a couple of ventilation eyelets on either side and a brown leather chinstrap.
The lightly armed paratroopers would have to attack the air base defenses. The army marched into the city, seizing assets and carting away anything of value.
It was covered with six segments of cloth, and several versions were available. Sometimes a naval life preserver vest was worn over the uniform to carry cartridges and hand grenades, and carried their standard Nambu pistol or revolver and a knife in belt or boot.
When they wore the green tropical tunic they usually wore the shirt collar outside and over the tunic collar. The trousers featured several variations of hip and cargo pockets. They wore standard infantry equipment with additional ammunition bandoliers.
They passed through a slit in the front of the shell and were then bent over to secure the badge to the helmet. They were sometimes whitewashed in the winter.
Cheaper materials were used in fabrication with many variations in material and color. It also had a fold-down collar and reinforced elbows. The Japanese victory was in part as a result of naval artillery fire and aerial bombing. When off duty, sailors could wear tabis. Enlisted men wore red on green round ratings on the upper sleeves.
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