- 1 Can Navy dress blues be worn year round?
- 2 Can I wear dress blues in public?
- 3 Can I wear my dress blues to a high school graduation?
- 4 Can you wear dress blues to prom?
- 5 Why are there 13 buttons on Navy dress blues?
- 6 Can I wear my navy dress blues to a funeral?
- 7 Do you get to keep dress blues?
- 8 Can I wear my dress blues to church?
- 9 Can I wear my dress blues to a funeral?
- 10 Do Marines wear dress blues at graduation?
- 11 Can you wear your military uniform to graduation?
- 12 Can I wear my ASU to prom?
- 13 When can I wear my navy dress blues?
- 14 When can you wear ACUs?
The civilian equivalent is a business suit. Service Dress Blue may be worn year – round, while Service Dress White is reserved for summer or tropical zones. An all-weather overcoat or reefer coat may be worn with service dress uniforms in cold or inclement weather.
Can I wear dress blues in public?
Marines are allowed to wear in public the Dress Blue A, B, C, D. They are allowed to wear the Service Uniform A, B, C, the Evening Dress Uniform or approved PT gear.
Can I wear my dress blues to a high school graduation?
The California law states that “a student who has fulfilled all graduation requirements and completed basic military training to wear the appropriate military dress uniform instead of a traditional cap and gown to his or her high school graduation ceremony.”
Can you wear dress blues to prom?
Technically, dress blues or any service’s Class A uniform is acceptable attire to a formal event.
Someone may well decide 100 years from now that the Navy eliminated the stripes because it figured Admiral Nelson couldn’t possibly have won those battles because he didn’t have any carrier air support. Those 13 buttons are supposed to represent the 13 original colonies.
Service Dress Blue is the Navy year-round dress uniform equivalent to daytime business dress. He can choose to wear civilian or uniform attire, since it is not a military event. It’s his choice, and respect that, but ask if he will share his reasons.
Do you get to keep dress blues?
You can wear Dress Blue Bravos (ribbons, no medals) whenever you want outside of work, though you may not want to after you ‘ve been in for a little while and the novelty wears off. You keep all of your uniforms when you get out unless you get kicked out.
Can I wear my dress blues to church?
Your dress uniform is the military equivalent of a civilian business suit or church clothes. Any function where civilians are dressed up (e.g., aforementioned church, or formal party) you are authorized to wear it.
Can I wear my dress blues to a funeral?
There are certain rules for those seeking to wear the uniform for formal functions, national holidays, parades, military funerals and weddings and other military occasions. Only the Service Dress Uniform may be worn; no work, battle dress or PT uniforms are permitted to be worn at formal events.
Do Marines wear dress blues at graduation?
Yes. The USMC Dress Blue uniform is an initial issue item. That means the Marine gets to keep it just like the t-shirts, socks, and underwear the Marine was issued.
Can you wear your military uniform to graduation?
Each school has a policy on wearing uniforms to graduations. Some allow it, some don’t. The entire state of New Jersey, for instance, allows all troops to wear their uniform to their high school graduation. If the school allows troops who’ve completed their initial entry training to wear a uniform, outstanding!
Can I wear my ASU to prom?
Do not wear ASU’s. Like others said, NO. I know it’s only a one year difference but it’ll look bad seeing an Army dude taking a girl to prom. If she really likes it and if you’re sticking together for awhile, wear it for your wedding instead.
When can I wear a Navy Dress Uniform? Navy Dress Blues or Whites are appropriate for formal occasions such as ceremonies and state occasions. The distinctive jumper, called “crackerjacks” after the popcorn snack,” is worn only by enlisted below E-6.
When can you wear ACUs?
THE NEW ACU IS USED AS A COMBAT UNIFORM DESIGNED TO BE WORN UNDER BODY ARMOR. THE UNIFORM IS PRESCRIBED FOR YEAR-ROUND WEAR FOR ALL SOLDIERS, UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMANDER. SOLDIERS MAY WEAR THE ACU OFF POST UNLESS PROHIBITED BY THE COMMANDER.