These are the uniforms as prescribed for the United States Navy during the Federal period. As such, these would be seen in the early stages of the Quasi War with France. The uniforms are, from top to bottom, left to right:
- Sailing Master
- Surgeon's Mate
- Chaplain (No Uniform; Clerical Attire)
United States Marine Corps
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"Sea Lord John Paul Jones of Devia and Myspacia"
I should whip up a chart of USN garb in 1797. It was then that we had uniforms with a similar cut and ranking system to the ones back in '76, but they were blue and buff.
Oi, there's General Vyse! Get 'em!
*Looks about, Americans are everywhere*
*Gulps* In a quiet tone, "Help?"
Now that's a Pratts comic right there!
vyse goes in to bond mode and kicks ass
5 weeks later - a pretty cove in cornwall
pratt: "oi, squire - look at that!"
squire: "why, tis a man walkin out the sea and no mistake!"
pratt: "i'll go fetch the constable!"
squire: "right, right..."
vyse: "morning gents! good day for a swim, what?"