Army Service Stripes

Army Service Stripes

Army service stripes, also commonly known as a hashmarks, can be dated back to 1782 for enlisted soldiers serving under George Washington. Today, service stripes allow enlisted personnel to show the wearer's length of service in the U.S. Army. Each stripe denotes three years of service and are worn on the bottom cuff of both sleeves on the Army service uniform.

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