- 1 How do you put medals on Navy dress blues?
- 2 How do you mount medals on dress blues?
- 3 How do you wear large medals on Navy dress blues?
- 4 How do you mount Navy medals on uniform?
- 5 How high do medals go on dress blues?
- 6 Can you have your hands in your pockets in the Navy?
- 7 What is the difference between court mounted and swing mounted medals?
- 8 How many medals are in a row?
- 9 Do ribbons go on the left or right?
- 10 What color are Navy dress blues?
- 11 When can you wear white Navy dress?
- 12 Are bangs authorized in the Navy?
- 13 Can you wear Army awards on a Navy uniform?
- 14 What do the colored bars mean on a Navy uniform?
- 15 How do you put medals on a uniform?
Medals should be arranged over the left breast pocket to be centered and not obscured by the coat lapel. Five medals is the maximum amount that can be worn side by side. Multiple rows of medals may be grouped with the same number of medals, any grouping of fewer medals than the other rows should be worn on top.
How do you mount medals on dress blues?
On the men’s blue dress and blue -white dress coats, large medals will be worn centered above the left breast pocket with the upper edge of the holding bar on a line midway between the first and second buttons of the coats.
Large medals are worn on the service coat or jumper of Full Dress Blues and Full Dress White. When wearing more than one medal, suspend them from a holding bar that supports the med- als’ weight. Place the holding bar of the lowest row of medals in the same position as the lowest ribbon bar.
Mount medals so they cover suspension ribbon of the medal below. When large medals are worn, all unit citations and ribbons with no medal authorized are centered over the right breast pocket the bottom edge 1/8 inch above the top of the pocket. Wear miniature navy medals with all formal and dinner dress uniforms.
How high do medals go on dress blues?
Full size medals on the blue or white dress jacket are centered on the left breast pocket with the upper edge of the holding bar on line midway between the 1st and 2nd button of the jacket.
While in uniform, it is inappropriate and detracts from military smartness for personnel to have their hands in their pockets. These regulations describe all authorized U.S. Navy uniforms and the proper manner for their wear.
What is the difference between court mounted and swing mounted medals?
Swing mounting is when a medal is suspended by its ribbon from a brooch pin. Several medals can be attached to a long brooch pin. Court mounting is when the ribbon is stretched over a stiff mounting board with a medal bar brooch at the top. The medals are tied down and do not move when the person walks.
How many medals are in a row?
The medals are mounted in order of precedence, in rows with not more than four medals in a row. The top row cannot have more medals than the one below. Rows are separated by 1/8 inch. Medals may not overlap (as Navy and Marines do), so normally there are only three to a row due to the size of the coat.
Do ribbons go on the left or right?
(a) General. Ribbons are worn in order of precedence from the wearer’s right to left, in one or more rows, with either no space between rows or 1/8-inch space between rows.
The Service Dress Blue (SDB) uniform consists of a dark navy blue suit coat and trousers (or optional skirt for women) that are nearly black in color, a white shirt, and a black four-in-hand necktie for men or a neck tab for women.
Like its Service Dress Blue (SDB) counterpart, the Male Officer Service Dress White uniform (SDW) is prescribed for wear for all functions where Formal, Dinner, or Full Dress uniforms are not prescribed.
Long hair, including braids, shall be neatly fastened, pinned, or secured to the head. When bangs are worn, they shall not extend below the eyebrows. The bulk of the bun shall not exceed 3 inches when measured from the scalp and the diameter of the bun will not exceed or extend beyond the width of the back of the head.
You won’t get approval to wear any Army badges, unless it is the same badge that the Navy wears (parachutist insignia, EOD, etc.) Some Army badges such as the CAB or CIB can be converted into Navy ribbons (CAR) but it requires paperwork. edit: You should also remove the ISAF bar from your NATO medal.
Color bars signify the time that the person served and/or the geographic location. This is one of the main uses of the color bars. This is usually a patch with a purple and white color bar, and the actual medal kept safe at home. Indicator bars represent a specific unit or task the soldier was assigned to.
How do you put medals on a uniform?
Thread the attachment which comes with the medals onto a ribbon bar from the bottom up. You must start with the first medal in the order of precedence. Line the bar above the pocket by pushing the pinpoints into the jacket or shirt. The studs are then used to secure the pinpoints.