Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Battledress

Related Topics

In the News (Tue 19 Mar 19)

Although the regular army had abandoned battledress by the early 1960s, a shortage of funds dictated that cadets continued to be clothed in the uniform for a further decade.
Coloured cloth CCF insignia, denoting the cadet's school, were worn on the shoulders of the battledress blouse, whilst there was room on the sleeves for badges of rank and attainment.
Since battledress was the cadet's parade uniform (despite the name, it was not really deemed suitable for the battlefield) it needed to be kept in good condition.
www.archivist.f2s.com /bsu/cadets/bd2.htm   (1014 words)

 Battledress - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canada's battledress developed parallel to that of the British from 1900 to 1950, though always with significant differences, and then increasingly followed the US pattern of separate uniforms for separate functions, becoming distinctively "Canadian" in the process.
The green combat uniform became universal battledress in the 1960s, and was designed to be worn in any environment (though a tan coloured "tropical" version was worn during Operation Desert Storm and by the Airborne in Somalia).
Blue battledress was worn by the Royal Air Force, and Royal Navy shore parties wore a navy blue version.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battledress   (2856 words)

 Battle dress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On their introduction in 1937, they were issued to all commonwealth armies, starting with units that were to put the uniform to it's first test with the BEF in 1939.
Often the battledress in the field was devoid of all insignia were as the spare carried as much insignia as possible.
The battledress was not a perfect design and if not sized correctly could make a soldier look like a baggy arsed potato sacks in formation.
www.hrs.org.nz /nzgeneral/Battledress.htm   (266 words)

Canadian and British made battledresses were generally similar in design however there were major differences in materials and construction.
British battledress was made of a brownish wool serge and was closely cut in order to save on material.
Canadian battledress was greener than the British and was cut fuller in the waist and shoulders.
www.mpmuseum.org /provostbd.html   (705 words)

 Battledress Malfunctions
Throw Routine, Battledress, Dexterity to reattach; fail­ure indicates the pocket is damaged and cannot be reattached.
The joint sticks, and cannot be moved The arm armour must be removed for repair, and a throw  of Difficult, Battledress, Mechanical, 30 minutes is required to fix the fault and free the joint.
If the hero is wearing battledress himself, Battledress skill may be applied to all three tasks as well as the stated skills, and the damage is reduced to 1d2.
home.btconnect.com /hughfoster/Downloads/Downloads/BdMalf.htm   (4203 words)

 Petty Officer Uniforms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Navy Pattern battledress was similar in cut to the 1949 Pattern army battledress.
Battledress was normally worn with a white or blue collared shirt and a fl necktie.
Battledress jackets were worn with matching battledress trousers.
www.mpmuseum.org /rcnpo2.html   (219 words)

 [TML] Re: Butterknives and Battledress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As STR modifiers to damage are one of those things doubled on critical hits, even the lowly dagger in BD'd hands is now doing 2d4+10 on a crit.
Against another suit of battledress, this becomes (highest of 2d4)+6, plus two rolls on the vehicle crit chart.
The answer is manifold, but comes down to being the best overall answer for the many questions battledress raised during T20's development.
lists.travellerrpg.com /pipermail/tml2003/2003-May/010467.html   (536 words)

 British Helmets and Other Equipment in World War II - WW2inColor Talk
All buttons on the BD were of the concealed “fly" type; they were normally of dished brass, with the exception of those for the epaulettes, which were soon replaced by composition button with a metal shank.
Although not yet issued to the BEF in its entirety, the battledress uniform in its original specification as manufactured from late 1938 was in use with most front line units; note the uncomfortable unlined collar of the serge blouse.
His battledress is privately tailored in fine barathea: to the prewar pattern; he has had the epaulettes replaced on his promotion to major so as not to show unsightly marks of his former three pips.
www.ww2incolor.com /forum/showthread.php?t=3380   (3615 words)

 [TML] Butter Knives vs Battledress, was Re: Knives...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Previous message: [TML] Butter Knives vs Battledress, was Re: Knives...
Next message: [TML] Butter Knives vs Battledress, was Re: Knives...
Any > damage that results goes onto SI, and gives a % roll on the vehicle > internal hits table (96-100% is the operator of the battledress) - the SI > damage is also done to the operator as normal (not critical) damage.
lists.travellerrpg.com /pipermail/tml2003/2003-May/010418.html   (494 words)

Battledress represented such a radical departure from previous uniform designs that when a prototype suit was unveiled in 1938 it came as quite a shock to both army and public.
The basic headgear issued with battledress was a somewhat impractical forage cap, although this was replaced by a beret-style general service cap towards the end of the war (seen in the photograph left).
Not long afterwards the wartime style battledress seen here was superseded by the smarter '1949 pattern' uniform.The prewar OTC had by now become the JTC (Junior Training Corps).
www.archivist.f2s.com /bsu/cadets/bd1.htm   (775 words)

To this goal battledress is built grav modules and thrusters incorporated into armour equal to Imperial scout battledress.
Called 'Thunderbugs' by humans, the heavy battledress is a Poicxh-shapd unit that looks like a cross between conventional battledress and a grav sled.
The armour is equivalent to Imperial heavy battledress.
www.darkhstarr.com /corsairsbazaar2   (2542 words)

 Personal Protective Equipment
Battledress overgarments (BDOs): These are 2-layered chemical protective overgarments that contain an inner layer of activated charcoal to adsorb (bind with the agent, not absorb it) penetrating chemical liquids and vapors.
Battledress overgarments also protect against biological warfare agents and radioactive alpha and beta particles.
Contaminated battledress overgarments must be incinerated or buried.
www.emedicinehealth.com /personal_protective_equipment/page4_em.htm   (469 words)

Battledress exist in Khaki Drill (aertex) or regular cotton and can be either tan or jungle green in color.
These are predominantly Army-pattern BD and are virtually identical in cut to the 1940 Pattern Army battledress.
I have seen several people pass up authentic RCAF battledress blouses at militaria shows because the pocket flaps were single-pointed, not the 3-pointed, scalloped type so commonly seen in photos.
www.stby.com /airdigger/misc.htm   (1247 words)

 ATS Remembered - Battledress
Trousers or slacks, cut to the female shape with two pleats at the front, side button fastening, straight legs with small button tabs on the outside bottom of each leg.
ATS also sometimes wore a shirt and tie under their battledress - same issue as with the S.D. Some photographs do show ATS in operation without the shirt under the B.D. but in these circumstances, the collar was buttoned up to the top.
This was generally short sleeved and had the texture of airtex material.
www.atsremembered.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk /battledress.htm   (404 words)

 Fake Battledress?? - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
I recently (knowigly I hasten to add) bought a battledress blouse and trousers which looked quite convincing as a P1940 British uniform, but were in fact made for the Greek Army.
I was recently advised that battledress are being reproduced in the Czech Republic...using proper materials for the blouse and lining, with supposedly correct maker stamps.
Having said that the current crop of repro BD from Soldier Of Fortune is superb and may well cause the odd sleepless night for people in years to come.
www.wehrmacht-awards.com /forums/showthread.php?t=57502   (1127 words)

 Ink 19 :: Stars in Battledress
The brothers Richard and James Larcombe are the sole members of this ethereal and distinctly English band, Stars in Battledress.
Centered on a piano and guitar, the brothers Larcombe create a distinct sound by their interplay of these two instruments.
Unfortunately, some of the tracks on this release fail to reach the same sublime level that the opening track is able to reach effortlessly.
www.ink19.com /issues/february2004/musicReviews/musicS/starsInBattledress.html   (245 words)

 Men-at-Arms 112: British Battledress 193761
In the 1930s the War Office grew increasingly aware of the need for a new and more rational combat dress, and by 1937 the design for what would become known as 'battledress' was complete.
Though the change in uniform was initially disappointing to the British soldiers, the new battledress served its purpose well, clothing the servicemen for more than 25 years with reasonable warmth and convenience.
Complete with a wealth of photographs, diagrams and colour plates, this book offers a history of British battledress up to 1961, detailing its evolution in design, materials, sizes and applied insignia.
www.antiqnet.com /detail,men-arms-112,1116620.html   (153 words)

 Battlefront - Producers of fine metal and resin miniatures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Khaki drab Battledress and “Battle Bowlers”, the iconic British helmet, are the trademarks of the WW2 British soldier, the “Tommy”.
These two Tommy’s are typical of the late war British soldier, their uniforms haven’t changed (the Battledress was redesigned in 1940 but was mainly to ease manufacture) but the weapons are now the Lee-Enfield rifle no.4.
The Battledress is the same as his Infantryman compatriot is wearing and the only thing that makes him stand out is the revolver issued to tank crews in their special holster and the fl Armoured Corps Beret.
www.battlefront.co.nz /Article.asp?ArticleID=405   (1248 words)

 Profor Infantry
The Dragoons are outfitted with both long endurance TL11 Army Combat Armor and battledress.
62-CS is the standard battledress of the Dragoons.
The 62-CS is the profor-optimized version of the Rearden Medium Duty Battledress.
members.cox.net /carlino/ProForInfantry.htm   (1823 words)

 A Coy, 7th (L.I.) Para Bn, 6th Airborne division   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Worn on both shoulders of the battledress blouse.
Was worn on both sleeves of the battledress.
Was to be removed in late 1944, but some still were seen wearing them in early 1945.
7thpara.netfirms.com /insignia_and_uniforms/insignia_and_uniforms.html   (182 words)

 battledress - OneLook Dictionary Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
We found 3 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word battledress:
Tip: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "battledress" is defined.
battledress : Compact Oxford English Dictionary [home, info]
www.onelook.com /?w=battledress   (85 words)

 The Elder Scrolls Source - Oblivion Mods and Oblivion Plugins
If you were running a version of Battledress prior to 0.8, you should delete the contents of all the "Braided" folders under both Oblivion\Data\textures and Oblivion\Data\meshes prior to installing 0.8 or later versions.
This is to remove the previous meshes and textures that were causing some weapons to display as purple.
If you ran Battledress v0.3 and bought the outfit, you will now have to repurchase it with this version.
www.tessource.net /files/file.php?id=3084   (903 words)

 Amazon.com: British Battledress 1937-61 (Men at Arms Series, 112): Books: Brian Jewell,Mike Chappell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
It clothed the servicemen of many nations, at war and at peace, for more than 25 years, and did so with reasonable warmth and convenience.
Brian Jewell, tells the story of the humble British battledress from 1937-61 in this engaging and readable text which is accompanied by numerous photographs and eight full page colour plates by Mike Chappell.
Packed with specially commissioned artwork, maps and diagrams, the Men-at-Arms series is an unrivalled illustrated reference on the history, organisation, uniforms and equipment of the world's military forces, past and present.
www.amazon.com /British-Battledress-1937-61-Men-Arms/dp/0850453879   (1066 words)

 Cougar Assault Battledress
The design is hideously goldplated (onboard fusion reactors, anyone?); but that is perhaps unavoidable given the design intent.
The Cougar is classified as Assault Battledress, in that it is designed to maximise the combat effectiveness of one operator at the expense of cost and maintainability.
It returns very poor value for money if used to equip regular army units, but is valuable for heavy combat situations where a small number of troops must operate against a superior foe, especially if the enemy is equipped with armour and heavy weapons.
www.downport.com /bard/bard/vera/vera5508.html   (591 words)

 Stars In Battledress: Recordings
The debut album by Stars In Battledress, produced by Tim Smith.
You can hear extracts from this recording by downloading the audio clips below, or order a copy of the CD itself.
Please join the mailing list to receive the information on future Stars In Battledress recordings.
www.starsinbattledress.com /recordings   (219 words)

 The World War II Tommy: British Army Uniforms European Theatre 1939-45 in Colour Photographs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ablutions: trousers, battledress, serge; shirt, wool; braces; service pullover; washing kit; holdall.
Despatch rider, 1945: steel helmet, GS cap, MT goggles, breeches, insignia on battledress.
Retailored battledress; 1944 pattern shirt and tie; Canadian BD; insignia on battledress.
www.thattechnicalbookstore.com /b186126190X.htm   (658 words)

 The University of NC at Greensboro Archives - Mss and Private Papers
They, in turn, signed the large panel that Spear had sewn into the "Graduation" gown.
Women in Black, sponsored by the Women's Action Coalition, was presented at Weatherspoon Art Gallery, UNCG, on January 31, 1996 under the title "Battledress: Three Women in Black."
The notebooks/journals of Duston Spear relating to the demonstrations in Belgrade and N.Y. were presented to Special Collections by the artist in November 1996.
library.uncg.edu /depts/archives/mss/spear.html   (542 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Secrets and Signals: Music: Stars In Battledress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
These boys will take you to far away places with their ethereal masterpieces, and I challenge you not to cry when listening to the last song - Just so damn pretty!
Beautifully artistic, Stars in Battledress have made something that, at every listening grows into something bigger.
The epic 'Doing well' and the infamous "Remind me of the Thames, or else", which is always electric live.
www.amazon.co.uk /Secrets-Signals-Stars-Battledress/dp/B0000DJEPL   (190 words)

The new battledress being worn in N.Z. overcomes the difficulty of the close fitting collar for summer wear.
The new jackets have lapels and the men are permitted to wear collars and ties, irrespective of rank.
‘Just like the Army to stop us opening our battledress where it is stinking hot,’ protested one letter writer.
www.nzetc.org /tm/scholarly/tei-WH2Mech-c12-1.html   (2870 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.