Beginning in the 1850s, American military leadership began to place an increased emphasis on French army tactics and styles, influenced, in part, by the rise of Napoleon III.
The most extreme examples showing the adoption of French military fashion was in the use of zouave uniforms by some U. Army infantry regiments, and the purchase of 10,000 chasseurs à pied uniforms to outfit the Excelsior Brigade. From the early 1900s through the end of the World War II, the U. Army went through several styles of khaki and olive drab uniforms and, by 1954, settled on the Army Green Uniform for service dress which was eventually pulled from service in 2010.
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Pantaloons were originally white, following British uniforms, but were changed to gray in 1821 and sky blue in 1832.
Infantry wore tricorne hats, with different cover prescribed for cavalry and specialist troops depending on function.