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Navy says goodbye to the 'blueberry' camouflage uniform

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MANAMA, Bahrain – Sailors’ last day to wear a blue camouflage uniform beloved by some and derided by others is here.

The Type I Navy Working Uniform, dubbed the “blueberry,” will no longer be authorized for wear as of Tuesday, according to a timeline sent out by the Navy three years ago. https://www.stripes.com/news/navy-says-goodbye-to-the-blueberry-camouflage-uniform-1.600745

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My father, Philip Julian, retired from the Navy in 1975 as a Master Chief, E9.  I am gathering his medals and ribbons to display (originals were lost over time).  I have a picture of him in his uniform 

I have been able to get all his medal and ribbons with the exception of a white round badge that he wore under his ribbons.

I am unable to determine what the badge is (my pictures are not clear enough for me to read the works around the badge.

The only one on the internet that looks similar that I can find is for a Career Counselor - my father was not a Counselor

Would anyone have an idea as to what this might be

Much appreciated

Dave Julian




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