The best pieces of Revolutionary War clothing can be found at a number of American military bases, from Fort Hood in Texas to the South Carolina Army Depot in Charleston, and even the Navy Yard in Washington, DC.
These uniforms are worn by the men and women who carry them and are worn throughout the world, from the Soviet Union to the Middle East.
The uniforms that are best-known are the uniforms worn by American troops in World War II.
These men and woman have worn them to battle, and many of the uniforms are still in use today.
But for the past few decades, there have been some modifications to the uniform.
Some soldiers have taken to wearing them with the American flag attached, and a few have gone so far as to wear them with their own flags.
These modifications have created some of the most recognizable uniforms of the war, and they are now worn by a new generation of soldiers.
In a recent post on our sister site The Guardian, author and journalist Mark Hetrick and photographer Matthew McQueen looked at how military and civilian versions of these uniforms have changed over the years.
They looked at the most iconic uniforms in the Revolutionary War, and then came up with their favorite uniforms from the past 200 years.
Here’s a look at some of their favorite Revolutionary War uniforms.