105th ENGINEER COMBAT BATTALION


30th Infantry Division


Home
About the 105th
Getting Started
Photo Gallery
Useful Links
History
Calendar of Events


Basic Re-enacting Uniform & Equipment

Click on a photo to get the details of the item.

Before buying equipment, check it over for wear and damage. It's usually better to spend a few dollars more to get something that's in good condition rather than waste your money on something that's going to fall apart the first time in the field. Things to look for include:

If you're at a militaria show or an event with vendors, hook up with the veteran squad members and pester them with questions. They'll be able to stear you to the better equipment and find the deals.

UNIFORM
PHOTO ITEM
Helmet, steel, M1
Overseas Cap
Unit Crest
Undershirt (optional)
Shirt, field, wool, OD, EMs, 1937
Tie, army, cotton twill, od
Trousers, field, wool, OD, EMs, 1937
Belt, trouser, web
Socks (optional)
Leggings, dismounted M1938
Shoes, service
Jacket, field M1941


EQUIPMENT
PHOTO ITEM
Haversack, M1910 or M1928
Belt, cartridge, 10 pocket M1910 or M1923
Suspenders, M1936
Canteen, M1910 or M1942
Mess Kit, WWI or WWII
Pouch, First Aid, M1910, M1924, or M1942
Bag, lightweight service gas mask
Entrenching Tool, T-handle or folding


WEAPONS
PHOTO ITEM
Baynonette with scabbard
Rifle, service, caliber .30 M1 (Garand)
Ammunition clips
Blank Adapter

Visit this page for information on how to get a rifle through the Civilian Marksmanship Program.



Member of the World War II Historical Re-enactment Society
HRS