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Under the Regulations, a dungaree working uniform was provided for both officers and men but its use was very limited. Modifications in and provided a suitable working uniform for aviators and submariners. Later the order was expanded to permit officers on duty at air stations and submarine bases, other than those qualified as flyers or submariners, to wear greens or khakis. As tension grew prior to the entrance of the United States into World War II, the use of the khaki uniform was broadened to include officers performing duties for which the standard blue or white service uniforms were not suitable. This change was a boon to all officers and especially to those of the Civil Engineer Corps who were engaged in a world-wide construction program. A message of 25 April directed that khakis be worn with gilt buttons and shoulder marks, doing away with the bronze buttons and black sleeve markings of the earlier orders. The Regulations carried forward the recent changes and also permitted officers to indicate their rank and corps on the khaki shirt collar tips.
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The unforms and equipment employed was very antiquated, most of it dated back to World War one. WWII witnessed a large introduction of new designs of combat clothing. The navy continued employing a pull-over type uniform with a neck flap. Manufactured of blue wool material.