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Eisenhower jacket

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  1. is a type of military uniform blouse, or shortened coat, terminating in a waistband

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  2. Introduced by U.S. Army General and Supreme Commander of the Allied forces in Europe Dwight D. Eisenhower, his innovative design initially appeared in 1943, the idea based on the British Battle Dress coat (and adapted by Michael Popp, a Hamilton, Ohi

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  3. a waist-length, fitted, military-inspired jacket with a waistband based on the World War II British Army's Battle Dress jacket introduced by General Dwight Eisenhower

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  4. Known as the Wool Field Jacket M-1944, the coat was originally meant to be worn as part of the combat uniform, but GI's saved it for dress wear

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  5. only worn by troops outside the Continental United States or those returning to the United States from overseas duty

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  6. often referred to as an overseas jacket

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