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3501.41 


Description and Wear of Uniform Components
Peacoat (E6 and Below)
Article 3501.41


 

 Male Peacoat

 

 

Female Peacoat 

 

 

Description
 

a. Males.  A double-breasted, hip length coat made of dark blue authorized fabric with a convertible collar, a set-in pocket in each forefront, and a single row of four 35-line black plastic anchor buttons down the right front and three on left.  Men's peacoat buttons to the right.  For insignia
see article 4221.

b. Females.  A double-breasted, hip length coat made of dark blue authorized fabric with a convertible collar, shoulder epaulets, a set-in pocket in each fore­front, and a
single row of four 35-line black plastic anchor buttons down the left front and three on right.  Women's peacoat buttons
to the left.  Women may wear either the men's peacoat (without epaulets) or the women's peacoat (with epaulets)
as long as serviceable.  For insignia see article 4221.


Correct Wear 

Button all buttons except collar button.  Collar button may be buttoned in inclement weather.  Wear the jumper collar
inside the coat.  Sleeves are to reach about three-quarters of distance from the wrist to the knuckles when arms hang
naturally at the sides.  For insignia, see article 4221.


Ownership Markings

Center last name and last four digits of SSN three inches from and parallel to the bottom edge of the peacoat.

 

 

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