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Description and Wear of Uniform Components
All-Weather Coat, Double Breasted
Article 3501.1a



A black double breasted coat, with seven button closures, a belt, convertible collar that buttons at the neck, gun flap, shoulder loops, adjustable sleeve straps, welt pockets with two inside hanging pockets, and zip-out liner.  The back of the coat has a yoke sleeve lining made of nylon taffeta.

Correct Wear
The All-Weather Coat shall be buttoned, except for the neck closure, which personnel may close during inclement weather.  Male coats are buttoned and belted to the right and female coats are buttoned and belted to the left.  Anodized metal shoulder rank insignias shall be worn by E4 through O10 personnel on each epaulet, centered from side to side with the bottom edge of the device approximately three quarter inches from the squared end of the epaulet.  Name tags are not authorized for wear.  When the rank insignia is removed from the coat, personnel may wear the coat with civilian clothing.  For insignia, officers see article 4103, CPOs see article 4213 and E6 and below see article 4227.


Single and double breasted All Weather Coats are authorized for wear until 1 October 2020 at which time the single breasted All Weather Coat will no longer be authorized for wear as a Navy uniform component.


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