1787 uniforms worn by the First American Regiment implemented into the Honor Guard

1787 uniforms worn by the First American Regiment implemented into the Honor Guard

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Commander-in-Chief's Guard - Its ceremonial uniform consists of blue greatcoats and white coveralls. Cover consists of black tricorn hats and white powdered wigs. It is equipped with muskets modeled on the Brown Bess (a design first developed in 1722 for service with the British Army), instead of the M14 rifle issued to the rest of the regiment for public duties.

Continental Color Guard - The uniforms worn by the Color Team are replicas of the 1784-style infantry uniforms worn by The Old Guard’s predecessor, the First American Regiment. The pattern of the uniform for wear by all Continental Army infantry units was approved by General George Washington in 1782. It consisted of a blue coat faced with a white collar, cuffs and lapels, white buttons and lining, long-fitting overalls, and a black cocked hat with cockade.

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