Marlow White's swords and sabers have ceremonial blades. As such, they are built to strict military regulations to be used in drills, ceremonies, and displays. These blades are of the highest quality but are not sharpened for use as a weapon.
Army Blue Hash Marks
- 1 per every 3 years of completed service
- Worn on the Army Service Uniform
- Enlisted only
- Blue enlisted Army Service Stripes worn on the Army Service Uniform.
- Nylon embroidered to match the Natick-specified "Goldenlite" color, on a blue background.
- Hash marks represent years of service, one hash mark stripe for each completed 3-year period of service.
- Hash marks are worn on the wearer’s left sleeve
- Priced per mark.
I own Dress Greens from time in service, but I also own the EARLY rendition of dress blues. As a SP4, By trousers (all did at this time) have Yellow stripe, My hash marks of service extend the half of both sleeves. May I still wear these or have they been banned for ceremony wear?
Question by: Peter Pecora on Nov 12, 2019, 7:10 AM
Dress Greens and Dress Blues are both authorized for wear by retired personnel, including the trouser stripe and service hash marks.
Answer by: James Hogwood on Nov 12, 2019, 2:37 PM