US Army green service uniform jacket and service medals worn by Colin L. Powell.
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|Caption||A US Army green service uniform jacket (a) with service medals and pins (b-v) worn by Colin L Powell as General and as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The single-breasted jacket (a) is made from a dark olive green polyester fabric and closes at the center front with four (4) gold buttons featuring the US Army insignia in relief. There are two (2) pleated breast pockets, one at each front side, with scallop-edged flaps. The flaps are tacked down at the corners and one (1) decorative gold US Army insignia button is attached at the center of each flap. There are two (2) front waist welted pockets, one at each front side. Each pocket has a scallop-edged flap that covers the welt, with one (1) decorative gold US Army insignia button attached at the center of each flap. The sleeves are full-length straight cut without a cuff, though a band of 1 1/2–inch wide black woven tape is sewn around each sleeve three (3) inches from the wrist hem. A black and gold machine-embroidered patch reading "RANGER" is attached at the proper left sleeve just below the shoulder seam. A blue and white machine-embroidered patch in the shape of a shield with a blue ground and four (4) white stars, indicating the 23rd Infantry Division US Army, is attached at the proper right sleeve just below the shoulder seam. An Overseas Service Bar black patch with four (4) gold bars (indicating two years of overseas service) is attached at the proper right sleeve just above the black trim near the wrist hem. The back of the jacket has one (1) center vent. Date: 1990s. Record ID: nmaahc_2016.14.1a-v.|
|Artwork medium||a: polyester, synthetic fiber, and metal;|
|Credit||Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture|
|Army green service uniform jacket medals worn Colin L Powell pins Colin L Powell General Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Clothing dress Persian Gulf War Military|
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