[sam broun] /ˈsæm ˈbraʊn/
a sword belt having a supporting strap over the right shoulder, formerly worn by officers in the U.S. Army, now sometimes worn as part of the uniform by police officers, guards, and army officers in other nations.
Sam Browne belt
a military officer’s wide belt supported by a strap passing from the left side of the belt over the right shoulder


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