Uniforms of the US Navy:
Regulations and Other Official Documents

Uniforms
Historical Surveys of the Evolution of US Navy Uniforms
Uniform Regulations
Uniform Changes

Aiguillettes
Buttons
Chief Petty Officers' Uniforms
Confederate Navy Uniforms
Hats/Caps
Insignias
Khaki
Maintenance/Care of Uniforms
Men's Uniforms
Pants/Bell-bottoms
Personal Appearance
Seabags
Shirts/Jumpers
Shoes
Uniforms, misc.
Women's Uniforms

Clothing and Individual Equipment
Cold-Weather/Foul-Weather Wear
Gas Masks and Breathing Apparatus
Identification Tags ("Dog Tags")

Special and Protective Clothing
Swords

Historical Surveys of the Evolution of US Navy Uniforms
     Bartlett, Joe. "On the Button: The Crackerjacks' History Isn't Just a Sea Story." All Hands. 903 (June 1992): 12-15.
     Conner, Jim and Phillip R. Montgomery. "What's In, What's Out: Navy Uniforms: 200 Years of Change." All Hands. 947 (March 1996): 6-7.
     "EM Uniform in the Early Navy a Colorful Affair." All Hands. 388 (June 1949): 52.
     "Evolution of Cap Device." Washington, DC: Historical Research Branch, Naval Historical Center, 1978.
     "First Enlisted Man's Uniform." All Hands. 446 (April 1954): 45.
     Jansing, Tom. "Evolution of Navy Uniforms: Two Centuries of Change and Progress." All Hands. 703 (August 1975): 52-60.
     Jones, Mel. "New Cap Devices Okayed." Navy Times. 18 (22 January 1969): 1, 50.
     Kalkus, Stanley [Director, Navy Department Library]. Correspondence, concerning ornamentation of cap devices, dated 3 June 1983.
     Moss, James A. "The Origin of the Aiguillette." Officer's Manual. 8th ed. (Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co., 1941): 112.
     "Navy Uniform Worn by Commissioned Officers, Warrants and CPOs has Long History Too." All Hands. 460 (June 1955): 30-31.
     "Needed: A 5-Button Tradition." All Hands. 347 (February 1946): 9.
     "Notes on the Introduction of Gold-Embroidered Cap Visors." Washington, DC: Navy Dept. Library, December 1982.
     Ohl, Bob. "Have Bell Bottoms … Will Travel." All Hands. 460 (June 1955): 28-30.
     "Present Uniform Favored by 3 to 1, According to 5,000 Letters to BuPers." All Hands. 355 (September 1946): 61.
     Price, Chris. "Board of Attire? Your Request Can Change Navy Dress." All Hands. 903 (June 1992): 16-19.
     "The Significance of the Uniform." All Hands. 304 (July 1942): 43-45.
     "Three Centuries of Tradition." All Hands. 728 (September 1977): 20.
     Tily, James C. "Uniforms and Insignia: Engineering and Construction Corps United States Navy." Bureau of Ships Journal. 9, no.5 (May 1960): 2-10.
     "Uniform Traditions." All Hands. 703 (August 1975): 61.
     United States. Bureau of Navigation. "Uniforms." Bulletin. 13 February 1932.
     United States. Chief of Naval Operations. "History of U.S. Navy [Enlisted] Uniforms." OPNAV [Office of the Chief of Naval Operations] Information Bulletin. 11 May 1981.
     United States. Department of the Navy. Bureau of Naval Personnel. "History of U.S. Navy Uniforms." Appendix 2. United States Navy Uniform Regulations. NavPers 15665D. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1981.

 

Uniform Regulations
      "Navy Nurse Corps Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 560-561.
      "Navy Nurse Corps Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (July-December, 1946): 250-251.
      "Officers Attached to Fleet Aircraft Squadrons, Minimum Uniform Requirements for." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 444.
      "Shoes and Working Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 100.
      "Summer Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (July-December, 1946): 62.
      "Swords-Abolished as Part of Uniform." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 660.
      "Swords, Possession and Use of." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 591.
      U.S. Navy Nurse Corps General Uniform Instructions, 1917.
     "Uniform for Chief Cooks and Chief Stewards and Cooks and Stewards." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June 1944): 625-626.
      "Uniform Regulations, 1797."
      "Uniform Regulations, 1802."
      "Uniform Regulations, 1814."
      "Uniform Regulations, 1833."
      "Uniform Regulations, 1841."
      "Uniform Regulations, 1852."
      "Uniform Regulations, 1864."
      "Uniform Regulations, Women's Reserve, United States Naval Reserve, 1943."
      "Uniforms of Chief Petty Officers, Chief Cooks, Chief Stewards, Cooks, and Stewards - Changes in." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 476-477.
      United States. Chief of Naval Operations. "Management and Control of Leather Flight Jackets." OPNAV [Office of the Chief of Naval Operations] Instruction 10126.4C. 11 September 2002.
      ____. "Navy Uniforms." NAVADMIN [Naval Administrative] Message 021/03. 24 January 2003.
      ____. "Task Force Uniform." NAVADMIN [Naval Administrative] Message 154/03. 11 June 2003.
      United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel. "Combination Cap for E1-E6 Men." BUPERS [Bureau of Naval Personnel] Notice 1020. 19 December 1983.
      ____. "Unit Identification Marks." BUPERS [Bureau of Naval Personnel] Notice 1020. 22 December 1983.
      "U.S. Navy Nurse Corps General Uniform Instructions, 1917."
      Women's Uniform Regulations, Yeomen (F), U.S. Naval Reserve Force, 1918.
      Women's Winter Uniform Regulations, Yeomen (F), U.S. Naval Reserve Force, 1919.

Uniform Changes
      Bish, LoraLei. "New Look for Navy?" All Hands. 959 (March 1997): 6.
      "Brown Shoes Are Back." All Hands. 837 (December 1986): 2-3.
      "Changeover Nears." All Hands. 385 (March 1949): 6.
      "Changes in Uniform Regs Listed in 1947 Edition Now Being Distributed." All Hands. 366 (August 1947): 40-41.
      "Changes Made in Wave Uniform Regulations." All Hands. 335 (February 1945): 79.
      Chapman, Christopher. "New Flight Deck Trousers Debut on Enterprise." All Hands. 1015 (November 2001): 14.
      "Coming Soon…The New Uniforms." All Hands. 675 (August 1973): 3-7.
      "Current and Future Changes in Uniform Regs Listed." All Hands. 363 (May 1947): 56.
      "Enlisted Personnel Uniform to Be Changed: Trousers Get Fly Front, Hip and Side Pockets, Coat-Style Sleeves." All Hands. 375 (May 1948): 33.
      "Gray Uniforms Authorized for Enlisted Men at Sea." All Hands. 319 (October 1943): 67.
      "Grays OK for Sea; CPO Blues Changed." All Hands. 381 (November 1948): 47.
      "Green Uniforms Mandatory Only for Aviators, Pilots." All Hands. 327 (June 1944): 71.
      "Here's New Foul-Weather Gear." All Hands. 354 (August 1946): 71.
      "Important Changes in Navy Uniform Regulations Approved by SecNav." All Hands. 385 (March 1949): 38.
      "Navy Nurse Corps Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 560-561.
      "Navy Nurse Corps Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (July-December, 1946): 250-251.
      "Navy Uniform Regulation Reminders." All Hands. 887 (February 1991): 3.
      "New Jacket and Cap Are Among Changes to Sailor's Wardrobe." All Hands. 463 (September 1955): 30.
      "New Tropical Uniform is Approved for Officers, CPOs." All Hands. 451 (September 1954): 37.
      "New Uniform Changes Announced." All Hands. 684 (January 1974): 34.
      "No More Bell Bottoms? Sailor's Traditional Garb Goes Overboard If Three Basic New Uniforms Pass Muster." All Hands. 347 (February 1946): 6-9.
      "Officers' Full Dress and Dress Uniforms Out Until 1 Oct 1949." All Hands. 365 (July 1947): 52.
      Pearce, Jessica. "Recruits March Toward Future in New Boots." Navy Newsstand. story no. NNS030425-19. 28 April 2003.
      Pierrot, Valisha. "Changing Navy Uniforms is up to You." The [Washington Navy Yard] Waterline. 20, no.24 (20 June 2003): 1, 4.
      Price, Chris. "Board of Attire? Your Request Can Change Navy Dress." All Hands. 903 (June 1992): 16-19.
      "Pros, Cons Speak Their Piece." All Hands. 347 (February 1946): 8.
      "Regs Revised on Uniforms of CPOs, Cooks, Stewards and Naval Personnel Serving with Marine Forces." All Hands. 326 (May 1944): 65.
      "Shortened Jumpers Officially Approved." All Hands. 326 (May 1944): 64.
      "Uniform Changes Include New Sports Model Shirt, Lightweight Raincoat." All Hands. 545 (June 1962): 46.
      "Uniform Changes Listed: Peacoat Will Get New Convertible Collar." All Hands. 375 (May 1948): 47.
      "Uniform Changes: New Jacket and Sweater Authorized." All Hands. 919 (November 1993): ii.
      "Uniform Changes Published Pending Detailed Revision of Present Regulations." All Hands. 382 (December 1948): 48.
      "Uniforms of Chief Petty Officers, Chief Cooks, Chief Stewards, Cooks, and Stewards - Changes in." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 476-477.
      United States. Chief of Naval Operations. "Task Force Uniform." NAVADMIN [Naval Administrative] Message 154/03. 11 June 2003.
      "W-V(S) Officers to Wear Stars on Their Uniforms." All Hands. 331 (October 1944): 68.
      "WAVES Get Slacks, White Uniforms: Summer Work Uniform to be Navy Blue." All Hands. 312 (March 1943): 20, 50.
      "Waves to have Exercise Suit." All Hands. 333 (December 1944): 77.
      "What the Well-Dressed Wave Will Wear." All Hands. 320 (November 1943): 78.
      "Women's New Dress Blues Aren't Blue." OPNAV [Office of the Chief of Naval Operations] Information Bulletin. 31 July 1972: [1?].

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Aiguillettes
     "How Did it Start?" Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin. 322 (January 1944): 48.
      Moss, James A. Officer's Manual. 8th ed. [origin of the aigullette] (Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co., 1941): 112.
      "Origin of Aiguillettes." All Hands. 615 (April 1968): 34-35.

Buttons
      Bartlett, Joe. "On the Button: The Crackerjacks' History Isn't Just a Sea Story." All Hands. 903 (June 1992): 12-15.
      "Needed: A 5-Button Tradition." All Hands. 347 (February 1946): 9.

Chief Petty Officers' Uniforms
      "Grays OK for Sea; CPO Blues Changed." All Hands. 381 (November 1948): 47.
      "Navy Uniform Worn by Commissioned Officers, Warrants and CPOs has Long History Too." All Hands. 460 (June 1955): 30-31.
      "New Tropical Uniform is Approved for Officers, CPOs." All Hands. 451 (September 1954): 37.
      "Officer and CPO Uniforms Available from 200 Retail, 90 Ship's Service Stores." All Hands. 336 (March 1945): 79.
      "Officer Uniforms Listed for Regulars, Reserves." All Hands. 354 (August 1946): 71.
      "Petty Officer Rating Badge Locations and Eagle Designs."
      "Regs Revised on Uniforms of CPOs, Cooks, Stewards and Naval Personnel Serving with Marine Forces." All Hands. 326 (May 1944): 65.
      Shaffer, Larry C. "CPO Uniform Standards" in Military Requirements for Chief Petty Officer. Pensacola, FL: Naval Education and Training Command, 1988.
      "Slate Grays Authorized for C.P.O.s." All Hands. 318 (September 1943): 72.

Cold-Weather/Foul-Weather Wear
      "Here's New Foul-Weather Gear." All Hands. 354 (August 1946): 71.
      "How to Beat Old Man Winter: Tips for Sailors in Cold Climates … How to Avoid Colds, Thaw Out Frozen Fingers." All Hands. 322 (January 1944): 29-30, 52.

Confederate Navy Uniforms
      United States. Office of Naval War Records. Uniform and Dress of the Navy of the Confederate States. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1898.

Gas Masks and Breathing Apparatus
      "Hose Masks for Damage-Control Purposes." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 670-673.
      "Shallow-Water Diving Mask: Use of Gas Mask." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 1118-1121.
      "What do You Know about OBA?" All Hands. 615 (April 1968): 28-31.

Hats/Caps
      "Evolution of Cap Device." Washington, D.C.: Historical Research Branch, Naval Historical Center, 1978.
      "Famed CO Once Offered Hat as Incentive to Reenlistment." All Hands. 388 (June 1949): 52.
      "Garrison Cap Authorized for All Wave Personnel." All Hands. 333 (December 1944): 77.
      "Garrison Caps Made Optional: Elimination of Braid on Caps, Half-Sleeve Stripes Ordered." All Hands. 311 (February 1943): 33.
      Hensgen, Marke A. "To Cap It All Off … A Fond Look at a Navy Trademark: Uses (and Abuses) of the 'Dixie Cup.'" All Hands. 860 (November 1988): 33-35.
      Jones, Mel. "New Cap Devices Okayed." Navy Times. 18 (22 January 1969): 1, 50.
      Kalkus, Stanley [Director, Navy Department Library]. Correspondence, concerning ornamentation of cap devices, dated 3 June 1983.
      Lindquist, E.H. "Distinctive White Hat Tops Sailors Uniforms." All Hands. 934 (February 1995): 15.
      "Notes on the Introduction of Gold-Embroidered Cap Visors." Washington, DC: Navy Department Library, 1982.
      "Ships' Ball Caps."
      United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel. "Combination Cap for E1-E6 Men." BUPERS [Bureau of Naval Personnel] Notice 1020. 19 December 1983.
      United States. Department of the Navy. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Permanent Naval Uniform Board. "Cap Ribbons; Historical Information on." Memorandum. 10 April 1953.

Identification Tags ("Dog Tags")
      "'Dog Tag' Survey Made: Unofficial Results Surprising." Naval Aviation News. (April 1957): 16.
      "Every Man in Navy to Wear Metal Identification Tag." Our Navy. 11, no.4 (August 1917): 39.
      "Identification Tags." Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin. 317 (August 1943): 65.
      "Identification Tags ('Dog Tags')"
      "Personal Identification Tags or 'Dog Tags'"
      "Ships & Stations." Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin. 334 (January 1945): 47.

Insignias
      "Aerospace Experimental Psychologist and Aerospace Physiologist." Naval Aviation News. (July-August 1996): 27.
      "Evolution of Cap Device." Washington, D.C.: Historical Research Branch, Naval Historical Center, 1978.
      "Flight Nurse." Naval Aviation News. (July-August 1996): 27.
      "Flight Surgeon." Naval Aviation News. (July-August 1996): 26.
      Garrett, Fay A. History of the Insignia of the Staff Corps of the United States Navy. Unpublished typescript cataloged in the Navy Department Library (1958).
      Jones, Mel. "New Cap Devices Okayed." Navy Times. 18 (22 January 1969): 1, 50.
      Kalkus, Stanley [Director, Navy Department Library]. Correspondence, concerning ornamentation of cap devices, dated 3 June 1983.
      Meigs, Fred. Correspondence, concerning star points, dated 18 June 1970.
      "Naval Aviation in World War I: The Origin of Navy Wings." Naval Aviation News. (February 1968): 18.
      "Naval Aviation Insignia."
      "Origin of Navy Pilot Wings: Adm. Towers Recalls Artist-Designer." Naval Aviation News. (August 1948): 21.
      "Petty Officer Rating Badge Locations and Eagle Designs."
      Smith, Trudy. "Right Arm Rates." Memo to Fred Meigs, Navy Department Library, dated August 11, 1976.
      Tily, James C. "Uniforms and Insignia: Engineering and Construction Corps United States Navy." Bureau of Ships Journal. 9, no.5 (May 1960): 2-10.
      United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel. Seamanship. NAVPERS [Naval Personnel] 16118. (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1944): 9-15.
      United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel. "Unit Identification Marks." BUPERS Notice 1020. 22 December 1983.
      United States. Department of the Navy. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Permanent Naval Uniform Board. "Cap Ribbons; Historical Information on." Memorandum. 10 April 1953.

Khaki
      "Khaki Dye for White Undress Uniform." General Order 132, dated 20 January 1915, in Subject Index to General Orders, Navy Department, Series of 1913. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1916.

Maintenance/Care of Uniforms
      "Best Foot Forward." All Hands. 543 (April 1962): 31.
      "Here's a Handy Summary of Basic Items of the Approved Navy Uniform." All Hands. 388 (June 1949): 52-53.
      "How to Fold Your Navy Uniform." All Hands. 463 (September 1955): 32-35.
      "How to Keep Your Uniform Shipshape." All Hands. 462 (August 1955): 29-31.
      "How to Mark Your Navy Uniform." All Hands. 543 (April 1962): 32-33.
      "Men Required to Mark Belts With Name, Serial Number." All Hands. 337 (April 1945): 74.
      "Pointers on Stowing Your Uniform." All Hands. 463 (September 1955): 31.

Men's Uniforms
      "Cotton Skivvy Shirts Remain on Critical List." All Hands. 363 (May 1947): 49.
      "First Enlisted Man's Uniform." All Hands. 446 (April 1954): 45.
      "Gray Uniforms Authorized for Enlisted Men at Sea." All Hands. 319 (October 1943): 67.
      "Grays OK for Sea; CPO Blues Changed." All Hands. 381 (November 1948): 47.
      "Green Uniforms Mandatory Only for Aviators, Pilots." All Hands. 327 (June 1944): 71.
      "Men Required to Mark Belts With Name, Serial Number." All Hands. 337 (April 1945): 74.
      "Skivvy Shirt." All Hands. 361 (March 1947): 20.
      Smith, Trudy. "Right Arm Rates." Memo to Fred Meigs, Navy Department Library, dated August 11, 1976.
      "Summer Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (July-December, 1946): 62.
      "Uniform Changes Include New Sports Model Shirt, Lightweight Raincoat." All Hands. 545 (June 1962): 46.
      "Uniforms of Chief Petty Officers, Chief Cooks, Chief Stewards, Cooks, and Stewards - Changes in." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 476-477.
      United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel. "Combination Cap for E1-E6 Men." BUPERS [Bureau of Naval Personnel] Notice 1020. 19 December 1983.
      ____. "Unit Identification Marks." BUPERS [Bureau of Naval Personnel] Notice 1020. 22 December 1983.
      United States. Chief of Naval Operations. "History of U.S. Navy [Enlisted] Uniforms." OPNAV [Office of the Chief of Naval Operations] Information Bulletin. 11 May 1981.

Pants/Bell-bottoms
     Bish, LoraLei. "New Look for Navy?" All Hands. 959 (March 1997): 6.
      Chapman, Christopher. "New Flight Deck Trousers Debut on Enterprise." All Hands. 1015 (November 2001): 14.
      "Enlisted Personnel Uniform to Be Changed: Trousers Get Fly Front, Hip and Side Pockets, Coat-Style Sleeves." All Hands. 375 (May 1948): 33.
      "No More Bell Bottoms? Sailor's Traditional Garb Goes Overboard If Three Basic New Uniforms Pass Muster." All Hands. 347 (February 1946): 6-9.
      Ohl, Bob. "Have Bell Bottoms … Will Travel." All Hands. 460 (June 1955): 28-30.
      "Pros, Cons Speak Their Piece." All Hands. 347 (February 1946): 8.
      "Slacks to Replace Coveralls for W R." All Hands. 324 (March 1944): 67.
      United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs). "Chief of Naval Operations Decides on Bell Bottoms." Press Release, dated 1 August 1977.

Personal Appearance
      Loomis, [David F.?] Correspondence, concerning "Beards and Mustaches in the US Navy," dated 7 May 1963.
      "Navy Uniform Regulation Reminders." All Hands. 887 (February 1991): 3.
      Shaffer, Larry C. "CPO Uniform Standards" in Military Requirements for Chief Petty Officer. Pensacola, FL: Naval Education and Training Command, 1988.
      United States. Chief of Naval Operations. "Navy Uniforms." NAVADMIN [Naval Administrative] Message 021-03. 24 January 2003.

Seabags
      Bag Lay-out Postcard, from U.S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, Rear Admiral, John Downes, US Navy, Commanding Officer, WWII era
      "Modern Seabag." All Hands. 369 (November 1947): 7.

Shirts/Jumpers
      "Cotton Skivvy Shirts Remain on Critical List." All Hands. 363 (May 1947): 49.
      "Shortened Jumpers Officially Approved." All Hands. 326 (May 1944): 64.
      "Skivvy Shirt." All Hands. 361 (March 1947): 20.
      "Uniform Changes Include New Sports Model Shirt, Lightweight Raincoat." All Hands. 545 (June 1962): 46.
      "Uniform Changes: New Jacket and Sweater Authorized." All Hands. 919 (November 1993): ii.
      Walsh, Thomas. "Color-Coded Sailors: On the Flight Deck, Your Shirt Says It All." All Hands. 871 (October 1989): 32.

Shoes
      "Brown Shoes Are Back." All Hands. 837 (December 1986): 2-3.
      Pearce, Jessica. "Recruits March Toward Future in New Boots." Navy Newsstand. story no. NNS030425-19. 28 April 2003.
      "Shoes and Working Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 100.

Swords
      Meckel, Richard. "The Cutlass Carved Its Niche in Our Navy's Annals." Manuscript. 1957?
      "Sailor's Salty Sword Still Swings." All Hands. 461 (July 1955): 16-18.
      "The Sword is Scrapped." Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin. 309 (December 1942): 37.
      "Swords-Abolished as Part of Uniform." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 660.
      "Swords, Possession and Use of." Navy Department Bulletin. (Cumulative edition, 1943): 591.
      United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Memo to Chief of Information, concerning background of the Navy sword, dated 1 October 1952.
      Wertheimer, Mark [Head, Curator Branch]. Email, concerning the Navy cutlass, dated August 4, 2003.

Uniforms, misc.
      "Frocking of Naval Personnel."
      "Officer Uniforms Listed for Regulars, Reserves." All Hands. 354 (August 1946): 71.
      "Present Uniform Favored by 3 to 1, According to 5,000 Letters to BuPers." All Hands. 355 (September 1946): 61.
      Price, Chris. "Board of Attire? Your Request Can Change Navy Dress." All Hands. 903 (June 1992): 16-19.
      "Special Clothing Allowance Set Up for EM [enlisted men] Recruiters." All Hands. 464 (October 1955): 51.
      "U.S. Navy Uniforms: Facts and Traditions."
     Walsh, Thomas. "Color-Coded Sailors: On the Flight Deck, Your Shirt Says It All." All Hands. 871 (October 1989): 32.

Women's Uniforms
      "Changes Made in Wave Uniform Regulations." All Hands. 335 (February 1945): 79.
      "Navy Nurse Corps Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (January-June, 1944): 560-561.
      "Navy Nurse Corps Uniforms." Navy Department Bulletin. (July-December, 1946): 250-251.
      "Slacks to Replace Coveralls for W R." All Hands. 324 (March 1944): 67.
      U.S. Navy Nurse Corps General Uniform Instructions, 1917.
      Uniform Regulations, Women's Reserve, United States Naval Reserve, 1943.
      "U.S. Navy Nurse Corps General Uniform Instructions, 1917."
      "W-V(S) Officers to Wear Stars on Their Uniforms." All Hands. 331 (October 1944): 68.
      "WAVES Get Slacks, White Uniforms: Summer Work Uniform to be Navy Blue." All Hands. 312 (March 1943): 20, 50.
      "Waves to have Exercise Suit." All Hands. 333 (December 1944): 77.
      "What the Well-Dressed Wave Will Wear." All Hands. 320 (November 1943): 78.
      "Women's New Dress Blues Aren't Blue." OPNAV [Office of the Chief of Naval Operations] Information Bulletin. 31 July 1972: [1?].
      Women's Uniform Regulations, Yeomen (F), U.S. Naval Reserve Force, 1918.
      Women's Winter Uniform Regulations, Yeomen (F), U.S. Naval Reserve Force, 1919.