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wrong...the flap is simply there for tradition. In the early days of the navy, sailors were nicknamed tars. This is because they kept their hair long and to keep it out of their way when they were working they would put pine tar in their hair. The flap was there to keep the tar off the uniform. The flap was removeable. It was much like the easy chair that you have at your home. The flap your head rests on was to keep it clean
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