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Chapter 3 Footnotes

                                                         FOOTNOTES FOR CHAPTER THREEFOOTNOTES FOR CHAPTER THREE 

  1. Black gloves may be worn with peacoats/reefers, overcoats, all-weather coats, windbreakers, black jackets, Navy Working Uniform (NWU) Parka and Black Fleece Liner in inclement weather, if no other gloves are authorized with the uniform over which the outer garment is worn.
  2. For male and females, socks color shall match service shoes, except khaki socks shall be worn with brown shoes.  For females, when wearing slacks with dress or formal shoes (pumps or flat), hosiery is required.  When wearing slacks with service shoes (oxford), socks are required.  When wearing skirts, hosiery is required instead of socks and a slip if the skirt worn is unlined.
  3. Navy black relax fit jacket (55/45% poly/wool with stand-up knit collar and knit cuffs/bottom) is authorized for wear in lieu of the Service Dress Blue coat.  The black V-Neck sweater is an optional item which may be worn with this combination.  The black relax fit jacket is authorized for daily wear to and from work, in public places and for attending working level meetings/briefings, but is not authorized for ceremonies, high level meetings/briefings, or when conducting business on Capitol Hill.  The navy blue garrison cap may be worn optionally when the Navy black relax fit jacket and/or black V-neck sweater is worn in lieu of the Service Dress Blue coat.
  4. Navy black V-Neck sweater is authorized for wear in lieu of the Service Dress Blue coat.  The sweater is authorized for daily wear to and from work, in public places and for attending working level meetings/briefings, but is not authorized for ceremonies, high level meetings/briefings, or when conducting business on Capitol Hill.  The only outer garments authorized when wearing the sweater are those outer garments authorized with the basic uniform.  The navy blue garrison cap may be worn optionally when the black V-neck sweater is worn in lieu of the Service Dress Blue coat.
  5. Must be uniform throughout the command.
  6. Cuff links and studs are worn on women's new pleated style formal white shirt.
  7. The wearing of Navy head gear with Working Coveralls is optional.  When doing so in a designated covered area, salutes are required to be rendered.  Head gear worn with Working Coveralls will be per current Navy uniform policy guidelines. 
  8. The Knit Watch Cap is worn with the following outerwear only:  reefer, overcoat/bridge coat, peacoat, All Weather Coat, Cold Weather Parka and NWU Parka. 
  9. Commencing 1 October 2018, the black cold weather parka transitions to standard Navy outerwear worn with Service and Service Dress Uniforms.  The Navy all weather coat, peacoat and reefer will be optional outerwear garments worn with uniforms per current uniform policy guidelines.
  10. The logo on the Navy sweat shirt and pant is being replaced with silver reflective lettering NAVY to align with the logo on the Physical Training Uniform shirt and shorts.  The current designed sweat pants and shirts are authorized for wear as long as they are serviceable.
  11. The introduction of the re-designed male E1-E6 SDB with jumper side zipper and center front trouser zipper is delayed until 1 October 2017.

 

 
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