Army jacket worn by Andre M. Jones during the Iraq War.

Active selection in cart:
Light coloured camouflage United States Army jacket. Jacket has four (4) pockets on the front, two (2) on each side of the torso, one above the other. Above the upper pocket of the PR side is the name of the wearer [JONES]. On the PR shoulder are two (2) patches, the upper most being a unit patch. The unit patch is a 3rd Personnel Command ACI patch that features three (3) rings interlocking around a sword. The sword's tip points upward. The second patch on the PR shoulder is the American flag outlined in yellow. The flag's stars face toward the front of the jacket. On the PL side of the front of the jacket above the upper pocket is additional stitched text [US ARMY]. On the PL shoulder is another unit patch with flames radiating out of a tiered structure. The unit patch is for the District of Columbia Army National Guard. Down the front of the jacket are five (5) plastic beige buttons. Both cuffs have two (2) buttons each. On the collar are two (2) patches, one on either side of the front of the collar. On the PL front of the collar is a black bar patch indicating the wearer is a first lieutenant. On the PR side of the collar is a patch with the Army Signal Corps insignia. At the nape of the neck of the collar is the clothing tag with care instructions, size and manufacturer information listed. Adhered to the tag is a small line of green tape with stamped text [JB433]. Date: 2000s. Record ID: nmaahc_2014.245.2.1.

Free public domain image

To download this free image, please register (this takes just 30 seconds) or log in.

Video guide

This is one of 891,612 free hi-res public domain images, selected from major public collections to complement the Look and Learn archive, and to save you time and money. Typically, it may be used for any purpose, but users should check the precise terms and satisfy themselves that the intended use will not infringe the rights of any third party.

Buy products

You can buy personalised gifts, including t-shirts, tote bags and mousemats, featuring this image from our print partner, Zazzle:

Choose products

Can we help?

Look and Learn is one of the world’s leading sources of historical and cultural images for personal and commercial use. Feel free to contact us with any questions or requests.

Links