In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- A horde of young assistants, mostly teenagers from the nearby high schools, occupies large olive-drab Quonset tents clustered at the end of the long line of A-frames.
- In 1902, need for a seasonal service uniform and enhanced concealment from rapid and smokeless-rifle fire led to field uniforms of cotton khaki and wool olive drab, limiting army blue to dress uniforms only.
- Bert weaved through the smoldering jungle, passing abandoned, fire-gutted, olive-drab vehicles licked by dying flames and centuries-old banyan trees splintered by shrapnel and shell.
- Navy blue, olive drab, and khaki military uniforms replaced the beach resort wear of the era as 2,122,100 servicemen and women trained in Florida.
- There, in their wool olive drab uniforms, they resented the well-fed, khaki-clad and beribboned rear area troops who were the normal clientele of the bars and spas they wanted to visit.
- Available in black, desert tan, olive drab and woodland camo, the Patrol Pack is oozing with design features that are state-of-the-art.
- In mid-September, our B - 25 Group received a single, strange new airplane in olive-drab camouflage, called the YO - 59.
- She returned a moment later, carrying a long, olive-drab case with yellow, stenciled letters on the side.
- Somehow, the stained, scrubbily painted areas of khaki, olive drab and tan, organized by looping lines and blocks of black, impart a sense of some vast tragedy.
- The T.S.T. military version is finished in a base color of olive drab and then tiger striped in black to blend into the martial environment.
- This meant cotton khaki for summer and interim use of the earlier olive drab wool field jacket and trousers as winter garrison wear, until the present Army green arrived.
- Like Griffin, he wore olive drab cargo pants and combat boots.
- The harness comes in olive drab or woodland camo and retails for $123.95.
- Trip wires are similar in appearance to very fine thread; they are olive-drab green in color and weighted at the free end.
- He reflects next on the America that lives on for him in memory, an America that is ‘a dull, dark green called olive drab.’
- Along with olive drab uniforms and combat boots, these could go to everyone upon enlistment.
- I about-faced, and it was him: braids replaced by a processed pageboy, teal-and-black basketball jersey, baggy olive-drab shorts.
- He carried a cane in one hand and a Colt.45 automatic pistol in the other, and wore a knit olive-drab cap because he hated heavy Army helmets.
- As Doctor Wright and his associates left, Paul approached bearing four, compact devices contained in small, olive drab, military-style knapsacks.
- Typically, the harshly exaggerated modeling of the flesh bears a complementary coloristic relationship to the ground, which in the case of 1863 is somewhere between pea green and olive drab.
3olive drabs plural(uniform)
uniforme de la infantería estadounidense
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