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They contained a zippered closure and lattice-type hip pocket. The industrial 48 49 safety coveralls, worn by electronic repairmen in areas requiring dust-free and lint-free conditions, were Tan army shade 448 polyester with an anti-static finish. Troops in Vietnam did not use Army general purpose coveralls, designed to fit over the uniforms of mechanics and maintenance personnel, because they were too hot for the tropical environment. In February 1966, however, DA adopted white cotton safety coveralls for such jobs as medical equipment repair or spray painting where sanitation was important.

In 1956, Military Advisory and Assistance Group, Vietnam (MAAG-Vietnam) decided that these summer service uniforms would function well for year-round duty in the region's tropical climate. In 1960, Lt. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, the commander of MAAG-Vietnam, designated the khaki and tan uniforms as the normal duty uniform in Vietnam, unless the soldier was in the field or on fatigue or security details. This ruling was affirmed by MACV upon its inception in 1962. During mid-1967, because the level of combat in Vietnam had risen, USARV reviewed its duty uniform policy in Vietnam.

The first-pattern DMS tropical combat boots were very popular because they were lightweight, quick drying, and long wearing, and the cleated sole gave satisfactory traction. Unfortunately, the sole still had a 37 percent bonding failure, and the two leather straps and buckles snagged on vegetation and jingled as the wearer walked. 1 Tropical Combat Boots The Army's tropical combat boot, or "jungle boot," was one of the most successful clothing innovations of the Vietnam conflict. Its development was begun in 1955 as an attempt to overcome a major problem in the footwear used in World War II and in Korea.

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