OD Green shirt with 7 buttons down the front and a button for each sleeve as well as a button on each shoulder epaulet. Has the crossed rifles on the right lapel signifying the infantry. On the left lapel is the Captain's bars and on the right breast is the ribbon bar for the European, African, Middle Eastern campaign with a silver campaign star signifying five campaigns: Normandy, Northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland, and Central Europe. The DUI's on the epaulets are for the 370th Infantry Regiment.
This uniform was worn by a Captain in the First US Army whose unit fought in Normandy at Easy Red Beach at Omaha, on June 22nd 1944 and participated in all five campaigns leading to the destruction of the Wehrmacht- Normandy, Northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland, and Central Europe. In the 370th Infantry Regiment he was part of the occupation troops.