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1. Under what circumstances may a male Soldier not wear body piercing?
A: When on any Army installation or other places under Army control, soldiers may not attach, affix, or display objects, articles, jewelry, or ornamentation to or through the skin while they are in uniform, in civilian clothes on duty, or in civilian clothes off duty (this includes earrings for male soldiers).REF: AR 670-1, 1-14 (c)
2. How will service ribbons be worn on the male Class Army Service Uniform?
A: The ribbons centered 1/8 inch above the left breast pocket. Ribbon mounts will remain centered above the pocket even if the top ribbon row is offset REF: AR 670-1, 29-7 (a)(2)(c)
3. What categories of badges are authorized for wear on Army uniforms?
A: a. Marksmanship badges and tab.
b. Combat and special skill badges and tabs.
c. Identification badges.
d. Foreign badges.
4. How is the U.S. insignia worn on the male Army Service uniform?
A: The bottom of the U.S. insignia disk is placed approximately 1 inch above the notch, centered on The right collar, with the centerline of the insignia parallel to the inside edge of the lapel REF: REF AR 670-1, 28-4(b)(2)(a)
5. Which direction does the belt tab on the army belt extend to on the female Army Service uniform?
A: The wearer’s right REF: AR 670-1, 27-2 (b)(3)(a)
6. Under what circumstances may a male Soldier wear a wig or hair piece?
A: cover natural baldness or physical disfiguration caused by accident or medical procedure REF: AR 670-1, 1-8 (a), (2), (d)
8. What are the dimensions of the dress uniform nameplate?
A: 1 x 3 x 1/16 of an inch REF: AR 670-1, 28-24 (c)(1)(a)
11. Is the U.S. insignia authorized on the class B uniform?
NO
12. When are the required times of wear for identification tags?
A: Soldiers will wear ID tags at all times when in a field environment, while traveling in aircraft, and when outside the continental United States (Para 1-16(a)(1))
13. Are you authorized to wear the IPFU with civilian clothes?
A: Yes: The PFU and the IPFU are authorized for wear on and off duty, on and off the installation, when authorized by the commander. Soldiers may wear all or part of the PFU or IPFU with civilian attire off the installation, when authorized by the commander. (Chap 14-4)
14. Are dreadlocks authorized for female Soldiers in uniform?
NO
15. What is the length limit for female Soldiers' fingernails?
A: ¼ of an inch (Para 1-8(c))
16. What is the Army’s Personal appearance policy?
A: The Army is a uniformed service where discipline is judged, in part, by the manner in which a soldier wears a prescribed uniform, as well as by the individual’s personal appearance. Therefore, a neat and well-groomed appearance by all soldiers is fundamental to the Army and contributes to building the pride and esprit essential to an effective military force. A vital ingredient of the Army’s strength and military effectiveness is the pride and self-discipline that American soldiers bring to their Service through a conservative military image. It is the responsibility of commanders to ensure that military personnel under their command present a neat and soldierly appearance. Therefore, in the absence of specific procedures or guidelines, commanders must determine a soldier’s compliance with standards in this regulation. Soldiers must take pride in their appearance at all times, in or out of uniform, on and off duty. Pride in appearance includes soldiers’ physical fitness and adherence to acceptable weight standards, in accordance with AR 600–9. Ref: Page 2, Para 1-7
17. Maroon beret. All personnel assigned to airborne units whose primary missions are airborne operations wear the maroon beret. Who are some other Soldiers authorized to wear the maroon beret?
(a) Active Army advisors to reserve airborne units on jump status.
(b) All personnel assigned to the airborne departments of the U.S. Army Infantry School and the U.S. Army Quartermaster School.
(c) All personnel assigned to long-range surveillance detachments designated as airborne.
(d) All personnel assigned to the airborne/airlift action office.
(e) Recruiters of the Special Operations Recruiting Company (SORC), U.S. Army Recruiting Command. Personnel will wear the USASOC flash.
(f) All personnel assigned to the airborne procurement team.
(g) All personnel assigned to 55th Signal Company Airborne Combat Camera Documentation Team.
(h) All personnel assigned to 982d Combat Signal Company airborne platoons.
(i) All personnel assigned to rigger detachments.
18. Commanders may authorize the use of a camouflage personal hydration system under what situations
A: In a field environment, in high-heat areas, or on work details. Soldiers will not carry hydration systems in a garrison environment, unless the commander has authorized it for one of the situations described above. Soldiers will not let the drinking tube hang from their mouths when the device is not in use. Ref Page 38/39 Para 13d
19. What is the description of the US insignia for enlisted Soldier?
A: The enlisted U.S. insignia consists of the block letters “U.S.” in gold-colored metal, 7/16 inch in height, with each letter followed by a period. The “U.S.” is placed on a 1-inch diameter disk in gold-colored metal. Ref: Page 185, Para 28-4b
20. How many combat and special skill badges are authorized for wear at one time; this total does not include special skill tabs Personnel may wear only one badge each from groups 1, 2, and 3
A: total of five. Ref: Page 297 Para (2)
21. When is the only time that commercially designed protective headgear is authorized for wear with uniform?
A: When operating motorcycles, bicycles or like vehicles but once the travel is complete protective headgear must be removed and army headgear donned
22: Exposed pens in pockets are allowed on which uniforms?
Hospital duty Uniforms
Food Service Uniforms
Flight uniforms
CVC Uniforms
23. Who is authorized to wear insignia of branch on the Patrol cap?
Chaplains
14. Are dreadlocks authorized for female Soldiers in uniform?
NO
15. What is the length limit for female Soldiers' fingernails?
A: ¼ of an inch (Para 1-8(c))
16. What is the Army’s Personal appearance policy?
A: The Army is a uniformed service where discipline is judged, in part, by the manner in which a soldier wears a prescribed uniform, as well as by the individual’s personal appearance. Therefore, a neat and well-groomed appearance by all soldiers is fundamental to the Army and contributes to building the pride and esprit essential to an effective military force. A vital ingredient of the Army’s strength and military effectiveness is the pride and self-discipline that American soldiers bring to their Service through a conservative military image. It is the responsibility of commanders to ensure that military personnel under their command present a neat and soldierly appearance. Therefore, in the absence of specific procedures or guidelines, commanders must determine a soldier’s compliance with standards in this regulation. Soldiers must take pride in their appearance at all times, in or out of uniform, on and off duty. Pride in appearance includes soldiers’ physical fitness and adherence to acceptable weight standards, in accordance with AR 600–9. Ref: Page 2, Para 1-7
17. Maroon beret. All personnel assigned to airborne units whose primary missions are airborne operations wear the maroon beret. Who are some other Soldiers authorized to wear the maroon beret?
(a) Active Army advisors to reserve airborne units on jump status.
(b) All personnel assigned to the airborne departments of the U.S. Army Infantry School and the U.S. Army Quartermaster School.
(c) All personnel assigned to long-range surveillance detachments designated as airborne.
(d) All personnel assigned to the airborne/airlift action office.
(e) Recruiters of the Special Operations Recruiting Company (SORC), U.S. Army Recruiting Command. Personnel will wear the USASOC flash.
(f) All personnel assigned to the airborne procurement team.
(g) All personnel assigned to 55th Signal Company Airborne Combat Camera Documentation Team.
(h) All personnel assigned to 982d Combat Signal Company airborne platoons.
(i) All personnel assigned to rigger detachments.
18. Commanders may authorize the use of a camouflage personal hydration system under what situations
A: In a field environment, in high-heat areas, or on work details. Soldiers will not carry hydration systems in a garrison environment, unless the commander has authorized it for one of the situations described above. Soldiers will not let the drinking tube hang from their mouths when the device is not in use. Ref Page 38/39 Para 13d
19. What is the description of the US insignia for enlisted Soldier?
A: The enlisted U.S. insignia consists of the block letters “U.S.” in gold-colored metal, 7/16 inch in height, with each letter followed by a period. The “U.S.” is placed on a 1-inch diameter disk in gold-colored metal. Ref: Page 185, Para 28-4b
20. How many combat and special skill badges are authorized for wear at one time; this total does not include special skill tabs Personnel may wear only one badge each from groups 1, 2, and 3
A: total of five. Ref: Page 297 Para (2)
21. When is the only time that commercially designed protective headgear is authorized for wear with uniform?
A: When operating motorcycles, bicycles or like vehicles but once the travel is complete protective headgear must be removed and army headgear donned
22: Exposed pens in pockets are allowed on which uniforms?
Hospital duty Uniforms
Food Service Uniforms
Flight uniforms
CVC Uniforms
23. Who is authorized to wear insignia of branch on the Patrol cap?
Chaplains
24. When is the wear of Army uniforms prohibited?
In connection with the furtherance of any political or commercial interests, or when engaged in off-duty civilian employment.
When participating in public speeches, interviews, picket lines, marches, rallies, or public demonstrations, except as authorized by competent authority.
When attending any meeting or event that is a function of, or is sponsored by, an extremist organization.
When wearing the uniform would bring discredit upon the Army.
When specifically prohibited by Army regulations.