Uniformity

Air Force Museum of New Zealand
Uniforms are an extremely important aspect of military life. At a glance they help identify who you are, what you do and your role within the service. Military uniforms are also highly innovative, often adapted for very specific tasks and environments.
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Royal Flying Corps 'Maternity' type field service dress jacket, worn by Eric Percival Croll, circa WWI. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Royal Flying Corps 'Maternity' type field service dress jacket, worn by Eric Percival Croll, circa WWI. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Aiguillettes originally attached to Service Dress jacket worn by Air Vice Marshal Sir Richard Bolt. Gold braid with metal tips. Tips feature Queen's crown and eagle badge.From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Aiguillettes originally attached to Service Dress jacket worn by Air Vice Marshal Sir Richard Bolt. Gold braid with metal tips. Tips feature Queen's crown and eagle badge.From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Khaki rain cape, circa 1950s. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Khaki rain cape, circa 1950s. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Royal Air Force full dress helmet worn by Harold Lord Piper, complete with detachable feather plume. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Royal Air Force full dress helmet worn by Harold Lord Piper, complete with detachable feather plume. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Women's Royal New Zealand Air Force Service Dress hat, belonging to Warrant Officer Catherine Bryers, 1950.From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Women's Royal New Zealand Air Force Service Dress hat, belonging to Warrant Officer Catherine Bryers, 1950.From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Pair of Royal Air Force escape pattern boots, 1943. Belonged to Flight Lieutenant Arthur Leonard Humphries. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Pair of Royal Air Force escape pattern boots, 1943. Belonged to Flight Lieutenant Arthur Leonard Humphries. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Dark blue Air Transport Auxiliary women's service jacket complete with attached belt with brass buckle. Belonged to Mrs Trevor Colway. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Dark blue Air Transport Auxiliary women's service jacket complete with attached belt with brass buckle. Belonged to Mrs Trevor Colway. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Pair of standard black leather dress shoes worn with a Women's Auxiliary Air Force service dress, 1940s-1960s. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Pair of standard black leather dress shoes worn with a Women's Auxiliary Air Force service dress, 1940s-1960s. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Royal Air Force Ceremonial Cape, circa 1953. The Queen's Crown and eagles have been stamped onto the small brass buttons. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

Royal Air Force Ceremonial Cape, circa 1953. The Queen's Crown and eagles have been stamped onto the small brass buttons. From the collection of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand.

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