Purse – had a spruce green cover and shoulder strap
Maternity uniforms - from 1948 – 1970 Women Marine soon got pregnant had to be discharged. The fall of 1971 headquarters announced it with memories who in their step parent or who had personal Cassidy or adopted a child could stay on active duty. In 1971, pregnant women were permitted to remain in the military. Pregnant Marines could/would wear civilian clothes when uniform no longer looked appropriate. In 1979 Marine Corps authorized the wear of this maternity uniform. In 1971 in waiver policy for natural mothers was tested. Gunnery Sergeant Francis ill Gonzalez what’s the first woman Marine to take advantage of the program, never missed the day of work other than annually. In 16 July 1975, Women Marines who were pregnant, upon request, be discharged or retain or active duty if otherwise qualified. Women Marines wore civilian clothes when do uniform no longer looked appropriate. April 1979 a maternity uniform was approved. The maternity uniform con- sisted of an olive tunic top, slacks, and skirt. – Sgt Camille Miranda Venable (Originally from North Tonawanda, NY) Graduated from Recruit Training in October 1978 with Platoon 16B. MOS's 3073 (Computer Operator), 3072 (Aviation Supply Clerk) and 3043 (Supply Admin & Op's Clerk). Attended MOS schools in Meridian, MS in 1979. Stationed at MCAS (H) Tustin, CA from 1979-1981. July 1981 was transferred to Okinawa for 1 year, MCAS Futenma. 1982 was transferred to Camp Pendleton, CA and worked as the NCO-In-Charge for MIP-1 (Material Issue Point). Wore this uniform at Camp Pendleton in 1985 while pregnant with first son. After being discharges from active duty moved to the Dallas, TX area where she enlisted with the active Reserves at NAS Dallas until 1989, after the birth of our second son. Has been with her current employer for 21 years and has continued to work in the Aviation field since her Marine Corps training.