United States Coast Guard jump suit, circa 1992

jump suit

Garment Corporation of America
Gulf of Mexico
circa 1992
overall: 68 x 65-5/8 in.

Jump suit; U. S. Coast Guard jump suit, circa 1992; white jump suit, worn by USCG sailor Peter R. Kolasa, two breast pockets, pants pocket and slit to reach under suit on each side, carpenter tool pocket on right side, two back pockets; printed in blue above left breast pocket "COAST GUARD"; printed in blue on back "U.S./ COAST/ GUARD"; American flag patch on left sleeve; white circular patch on right sleeve features a triangle around "U.S./ COAST/ GUARD", on edges of triangle "RECOGNITION/ EVALUATION/ CONTROL", under triangle blue cross, to right of triangle staff of Asclepius, to left of triangle a half-full beaker, around edge of patch "INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ SAFETY" with each section divided by a star; blue patch above right breast pocket reads, in white "KOLASA"; octagonal patch above name patch is white, trimmed with gold, has a red stripe running diagonally from bottom-most left corner to upper-most right corner, smaller blue stripe running parallel above it, center of the patch has a circle outlined in gold, inside written in gold "GUARDIANS/ OF THE/ GULF" with outline of the states bordering Gulf coast, written around circle in black "U.S. COAST GUARD/ EIGHTH DISTRICT".


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United States. Coast Guard
Military uniforms