The blue part represents officers. hats. as well as blue neckerchiefs. [clarification needed]. Financial budgeting, recruitment, regimental organization and uniforms were all independent of their Swedish counterparts. NCOs and drummers Akershusiske Regiment With full Norwegian independence, legislation was passed strengthening the system introduced in 1885. (1729), blue vest (1727), leather breaches (1727). John Berg, 'High Priority: Country Briefing Norway,' Jane's Defence Weekly, 12 May 2004, p. 25. 1717 1st Trondhjemske Regiment was to have 1702 White (light grey) coat with lining, breeches and stockings in red. 2nd Regiment was to have red coats with facings and 1713 White (light grey) uniform with facings, lining, breeches and stockings [2] It has been downsized after the end of the Cold War, with the biggest changes taking place in the middle of the 1990s, when a number of garrisons and units were discontinued. They also requested a mobile reaction force, so that allies in the region could assist each other if they came under heavy attack. lining and edges in yellow. 1717/18 A uniform regulation decrees that the coats should be red with 1703 New uniforms issued. /* 728x90, skapad 2009-04-26 */ This union lasted until 1905, during which time the Norwegian Army retained a separate entity within the joint kingdom. Enlisted Regiment In addition to the Norwegian Campaign, Norwegian soldiers joined the Norwegian resistance movement after German forces occupied Norway. Danish uniform (jacket): The Norwegian volunteers used a number of uniforms, but the ones in the photos are the uniform the Swedes made especially for the Norwegians. facings and lining in light blue, brass buttons as well as red breeches and stockings. Garde is a battalion with high standards in physical fitness, dependability, loyalty, independence, discipline, morale, sense of order, ability to lead themselves in uniform, and the ability to balance their complicated guard duty with relationship to the civilian environment. EU12466 Add to Compare. conscripted), but each regiment had a certain amount of enlisted companies. 1688 vests, breeches and stockings with facings and lining in white as well cuffs with a light green edge in 1718 and a brown collar in 1720. 1678 Red coat with yellow lining and yellow edges. The 6 Division Command was to be organised as a mobile tactical headquarters with the capability to serve as a framework for a headquarters for multinational operations above brigade level in Norway. to Jutland and participated in the siege of T�nningen as well as the Military Uniforms Illustration .. 1667 "The yellow regiment" bayonets. new red uniform with steel grey facings. He also mentions that the red coat in 1720 had a white collar. Daniel Schorr has Surplus from the Swedish army, navy,air force and buttonholes. covers were to be red with decorations in the regimental colour, the saddle cloths should 1716 According to the accounts the corps had hats with The troops were manned by Norwegian refugees. The total peace strength was 118,500 men and comprised 71,S36 rifles, 228 field and 36 heavy guns. as in the previous year. A ripstop version of the standard combat uniform was introduced in … received a red stripe on their cuffs. A-TACS Bags & Packs Boots & Footwear Camping Equipment Dog Tags European Military Items Halloween Costumes Headwear & Hat Pins Kids Military Items Medals, Ribbons & Accessories Military Surplus & Seconds Military Uniforms & BDUs Miscellaneous MultiCam™ Multimedia "[4], The Norwegian Army sent troops to support the NATO ISAF mission in Afghanistan, to help free Afghanistan of the Taliban. 1676 Dark grey coat and black breeches. 1st (East) Smaalenske Regiment had a yellow edge on their blue cuffs 1718 the same as for the Danish army. beginning. $150.00. A big green rucksack was also common. painted by Zimmer. as yellow). It returned home to participate in consisted of red coats with green lining and brass buttons and red The Norwegian government rejected the German ultimatum regarding immediate capitulation. 1702 White (light grey) coat with green lining, breeches and Apart from the national The year after cloth and baize was delivered for manufacture of light grey coats with facings and lining in red 1712 The cuirasses are returned to the closest fortress. This led the Danish king to invite German mercenaries to coach and command the Danish–Norwegian armed forces: a decision echoing down the centuries in traces of German vocabulary used by the Norwegian military to this day. for 1st Regiment, blue (light blue) for 2nd Regiment and light green for Saved by Uniformology. the war had ended. Subsequent training consisted of 80 days in the second, third and seventh years of service. complementary information from Lars-Eric 1679 New Trondhjemske: Two companies Watch; New Listing Norwegian army field shirt Military Olive Green Size K 46 . However, these divisions were ill-prepared by the time the landings commenced and four were destroyed by the Germans during the initial phases of the campaign. In winters, the dress is accompanied by a … Express Name Tapes. buttonholes (Grey-blue). white on the right shoulder. facings and buttons as well as karpuses with red lining. The main task of Hans Majestet Kongens Garde is to protect the King and the royal family in peace, crisis and war. 1695 Uniform changed to grey coat with yellow lining 1685 Red coat with blue lining. was done not later than 1717. 1687 Steel green coat with facings and lining in red. 2nd (West) Smaalenske Regiment's uniform should him 1st Trondhjemske had light green facings with yellow edge in 1718 and chamois Grey-white coat and karpus with yellow lining and yellow breeches. 1710 New uniforms were issued at the start of the year. The Norwegian army trace its lineage from 1628 when five national regiments ), As the officer who is academically trained, and that previously came from the upper class, who starts his career with a few years as a, This page was last edited on 30 November 2020, at 14:10. NCOs had mainly the same uniform. 1688-90). 1714 A decision was taken 16 March to change to red coats. 1685 Blue coat with EU12452 Add to Compare. be created. 1688 and 1694 Light grey coat with blue lining. 1680 Red coat with blue facings and yellow lining. colour. 1717 According to a regulation the dragoons should probably have breeches and $12.00. Dragoons: hat with lace and cockade (1725), black neckcloth (1733), too and had in 1720 hats with silver lace and red With the German occupational forces in 1940, as with the other parts of the Armed Forces, the Army had to surrender to a superior force, but army units were the ones resisting for the longest period of time: The 6th Division led by the legendary Major General Carl Gustav Fleischer participated in the allied recapture of Narvik. partitioned in 1718 the first regiment received white cuffs with a blue (white cuffs without a blue edge). In 1712 the now merged regiment was again transferred Both regiments also received red stockings and breeches. NCOs had light and dark grey coats. He also describes celadon 1717/18 A uniform regulation decrees that the coats should be red with facings, lining, breeches and stockings in feuille morte (yellow-brown) The threat of a Swedish invasion postponed however the A Norwegian Second War Army Pilot Cap Badge $91. Aagard also have a report from 1733 showing what equipment one of the hat with silver lace (1732), black neckcloth (1733), gloves (1729), embellishments, coats of coarse wool with facings and collar of green baize as well as The uniform was issued in November 1718. grey-white coats were to be re-sewn to camisoles (waistcoats). 1701 The regiment would continue to wear light grey coats with gloves (1725), cloak with brass hooks (1721), red coat with facings of uniforms for the regiment already in 1718 and 1720 (which also do not /* 120x600, skapad 2009-10-31 */ The Army is the oldest of the Norwegian service branches, established as a modern military organization under the command of the King of Norway in 1628. In the early 18th century the Swedes invaded Norway again, and this time the Norwegian army held its own, setting the stage for nearly a century of peace – the longest yet in modern Norwegian history – during which time a distinct Norwegian identity began to evolve. It constitutes part of the Norwegian military contribution as a charter member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) since 1949. issued in September 1718. A camouflage pattern version of the field jacket was introduced for use in the peace-time army in 1988. 1687 Red coat with facings and lining in blue. 1717/18 A uniform regulation decrees that the coats should be red with Army uniforms of Norway. facings and lining in red or yellow (alternatively they had the same karpus 1679 Dark grey and light grey coats of cloth. Ankle Ties. Express Name Tapes Air Force Name Tapes Army Name Tapes Coast Guard Name Tapes Marine Corps Name Tapes Name Tags. I suspect that H�glund's Aagaard states that the regimental colours a decade later were dark karpus. Pre-Owned. Fast worldwide shipping. were blue with facings and lining in white 1709. The Norwegian Army of 1939 from Moritz Ruhl. the Oplandske regiments' cuffs and collars. Smaalenske Regiment, = Back to category. 1697 A uniform regulation decrees grey coats with blue lining, breeches, stockings and These regiments were merged in 1701 under the command of Hausmann. Norwegian military uniform 1687 Justaucorps (våpenfrakk) Field cooking pot (feltkjele) Denmark-Norway Rustkammeret Army and Resistance Museum Trondheim Norway 2019-03-20 9504.jpg 3,014 × 5,363; 2.49 MB 1712-13 New uniforms which included yellow breeches were issued. to have had light grey coats with red lining. The Norwegian Foot March badge is an approved foreign award and may be worn on the Army Service Uniform. 4. The coat had buttonholes of silk and As the Norwegian citizenry had not been armed or trained in the use of arms for nearly three centuries they were not able to fight. during the following ten year period 1st (North) Bergenhusiske Regiment The Parliament in 1994 and 1995 approved a series of major organizational changes, for the Army in particular. The third Trondhjemske regiment was not created until January 1719. but with 1680 Colonel's company (Indre Sogn) received blue coats. The Norwegian infantry was armed with various models of the Norwegian-designed Krag–Jørgensen 6.5x55 rifles and carbines. //-->,