Shirt-style jacket, single-breasted and long-sleeved, of olive green heavyweight denim. The shirt features flapped breast pockets (pre-1963 form) and five button fastening to the front. Above the right breast pocket, a name tape, the text machined white on light blue, 'HARLEY'. Above the left pocket in the same style, 'U.S. AIR FORCE'. To the left breast pocket, a machine embroidered patch of the Strategic Air Command, worked in coloured threads. Cloth rank chevrons of Master Sergeant are to each sleeve, silver on dark blue.
Part of the working dress uniform adopted by the USAF in 1952. This example dates pre-1963 when after that date the 'Type II' featured clipped breast pocket flaps. The uniform was finally superceded when the Woodland pattern camouflaged BDU was adopted in the early 1980s.