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1 LearnBoatSafety.com Uniform Guide Coast Guard Auxiliary 2012 By Tony and Duysevi Miyar May 5, 2012 Please check to see if we have a newer edition to download at: LearnBoatSafety.com/downloads.html Run Time: 14:00

2 LearnBoatSafety.com During this presentation you will see a slide number on the upper right hand corner. While taking notes write this number down as we can go back to this slide to review your question. 02 If you are doing this at home and have a question. Please me at This way we can make updates!

3 LearnBoatSafety.com Purpose This presentation is meant to provide new members with the basic information necessary for proper wear of the following uniforms. –Tropical Blue and the Optional TUNIC Over Blouse –Operational Dress Uniform Untucked version In addition, some key information regarding grooming and self-presentation has also been included. Be advised: –Outerwear, additional vestments (i.e. the Cardigan sweater), and certain Covers (i.e. the Combination cap) described herein are not listed on the basic order forms for the Tropical Blue or the Operational Dress Uniform. For further information on how to obtain these articles please contact your FSO-PS. 03

4 LearnBoatSafety.com Grooming: Hair/Facial Hair Male: – Trimmed, neat. No square back. Must not touch shirt collar. –Beard: Trimmed neatly. No longer than 1 inch. If longer, must be tucked under chin as to be not so noticeable. Beards and mustaches must not interfere with the operation of safety/survival gear. These may prohibit participation in certain operational missions as deemed necessary by DIRAUX. Female: –Neatly coiffed. 2” at highest point on head. Must not touch shirt collar. –Ponytail if worn, must be one strand and must not touch collar. Must not obstruct proper seating of Cover on head. Tuck in if possible or change styling. Bangs must not touch eyebrows. 04

5 LearnBoatSafety.com Self-Presentation Hair Coloring –Only natural, basic colors are permitted. Jewelry –Watches, rings (basic, avoid the ostentatious). –No necklaces or chains. –One pair ¼” round stud earrings (Females only). Religious Headwear –Religious headwear is not to interfere with proper Auxiliary Cover. Must not be visible. Must conform with hair color. Religious Artifacts –Must not be visible. 05

6 LearnBoatSafety.com TROPICAL BLUE THIS UNIFORM IS WORN INSTEAD OF THE SERVICE DRESS BLUE UNIFORM, EXCEPT WHEN A COAT AND TIE ARE MORE APPROPRIATE. APPROVED FOR YEAR-ROUND USE. 06

7 LearnBoatSafety.com Garrison Cap for Tropical Blue Garrison Cap: Unisex –Should be worn parallel to ground. –Squared up on head. No tilt of any kind. –Crease front lined up with nose vertically. –Garrison Cap Device worn, 2”back,1 ½” up left side. –Metal office insignia or member device same spacing right side of face looking forward. 07

8 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Shirt US Air Force Short Sleeve with epaulets also known as Shoulder Boards. 08

9 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Shirt Board Placement End of the shoulder board placed ¾” inboard (towards the center of the body) of epaulet seam (opposite side from button, where epaulet meets shoulder). 09

10 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Shirt Member silver shield Elected Blue “A” Appointed Red “A” Appropriate Shoulder Board insignia according to Position/Office 10

11 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Shirt Undershirt –White Cotton with quarter sleeves. –V-neck undershirt is required for wear with any short sleeve shirt worn with open collar, except with Operational Dress Uniform. 11

12 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Tunic Over-Blouse For women who will be more comfortable in a size larger than those offered at the Uniform Distribution Center in Woodbine NJ. The shirt does not need to be tucked into the pants when worn. It can be ordered from the Auxiliary Center (AUXCEN) in St. Louis, MO. The qualification insignia, shoulder boards, ribbons etc. that are worn with the Tropical Blue shirt are worn on this shirt. 12

13 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Trousers/Skirt/Belt Trousers (Male/Female) Coast Guard Blue Service Trousers (Service Dress Blue). Worn with Black web belt. Skirt (Female) Coast Guard Blue Service Skirt (Service Dress Blue). Worn with Black web belt. Worn with stockings. Belt (Male/Female) Black web belt with silver tip. Worn with Silver belt buckle. The right side of the buckle (as viewed by wearer) shall be aligned with the right side of the shirt opening and the right side of the zipper to form a straight line as shown. Known in the military as a “GIG” line. 13

14 LearnBoatSafety.com Tropical Blue Belt Men’s Shirt and Men’s Trousers Align the belt so that the tab edge (metal tip) touches the wearer’s LEFT side of the buckle. Align the right side of the buckle with the opening of the shirt and opening of the fly, forming a straight line. Women’s Shirt and Women’s Trousers Align the belt so that the tab edge touches the wearer’s RIGHT side of the buckle. Align the left side of the buckle with the opening of the shirt and opening of the fly, forming a straight line. Combination of Men’s and Women’s Shirt and Trousers When wearing a shirt and trousers for different sexes, a shirt, trousers and fly alignment is unachievable. However, in all cases, the non ‐ tab edge of the belt must align with the fly. Men Women 14

15 LearnBoatSafety.com Shoes for Tropical Blue Black Dress Shoes (UDC-issue). Black Dress Pumps (UDC-issue). –Females only. –Worn with Coast Guard Dress Skirt. 15

16 LearnBoatSafety.com Socks/Stockings for Tropical Blue Socks: Black plain undecorated. Females. Stockings: Flesh tone, plain material, seamless, undecorated. 16

17 LearnBoatSafety.com All new members must obtain the following 3 accessories to complete the basic version of the Tropical Blue uniform: 1. Garrison Cap Device. 17

18 LearnBoatSafety.com The Second New members accessories for Tropical Blue uniform: 2. One pair of Enhanced or Soft Member shoulder boards. 18

19 LearnBoatSafety.com The Third New members accessories for Tropical Blue uniform: 3. One U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary plastic name tag. –White with CG blue lettering. –3 3/16 in. wide and 5/8 in. high. –Surname only. –US. Coast Guard Auxiliary below name. 19

20 LearnBoatSafety.com Accessories –Wooly Pulley Sweater. Worn indoors or between work stations in immediate area. Not outer wear for extended travel. –Cardigan Sweater. Worn indoors or between work stations in immediate area. Not outer wear for extended wear. Cover –Combination Cap: Male/Female Should be worn parallel to ground. Squared up on head. No tilt of any kind. Tropical Blue Additional Items Note: These items are not necessary for a complete uniform 20

21 LearnBoatSafety.com Outerwear – Windbreaker, with or without liner: Insignia: Large Metal, Placed ¾” inboard from epaulet seam. – Trench Coat: Insignia: Large Metal, Placed ¾” inboard from epaulet seam. –All-Weather Parka, Type I (old) or II (new): Insignia: only one insignia can be worn on Storm (zipper) Flap on Jacket. –AWP Liner: can be worn alone as outer wear. –Trouser: can be worn in extreme weather conditions. Tropical Blue Additional Items 21

22 LearnBoatSafety.com OPERATIONAL DRESS UNIFORM (ODU) UNISEX Worn where any form of Dress Uniform is not required or more appropriate. It is not a Liberty Uniform. 22

23 LearnBoatSafety.com ODU Cover (Hat) Auxiliary Dark Blue Baseball Cap: –USCG Auxiliary or USCG arched over Auxiliary. –Member device or office insignia centered in middle. Note: New Standard Ball Cap, U.S. COAST GUARD arched over AUXILIARY with silver lettering, ODU type material as required by USCG uniform regulations 23

24 LearnBoatSafety.com USCG Untucked Operational Dress Uniform (ODU) Beginning in early Fall 2008, the Uniform Distribution Center (UDC) Started the new Untucked ODU in a full range of stock sizes for Coast Guard members. Make sure to buy the Untucked as the Tucked ODU will remain optional until 31 December Also remember the new ODU cap is made of the same material as ODU uniform. 24

25 LearnBoatSafety.com Shirt (ODU Coat) ODU Coat (Unisex): –Coast Guard Blue. –Proper wear: the ODU coat may be worn with sleeves rolled up accordion style with only the cuff showing, or with sleeves down. If rolled, the cuff should be approximately 2” above the elbow (mid-bicep). 25

26 LearnBoatSafety.com Undershirt (ODU) Undershirt: – Coast Guard Blue “T” Shirt, Round Collar (crew neck) 26

27 LearnBoatSafety.com Insignia (ODU) Insignia: –Sew-on only. –Auxiliary Tape: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary; Last Name. The member’s last name goes over the right pocket and U.S. COAST GUARD AUXILIARY over the left. Velcro tapes are optional. Direct embroidery and plastic name tags are prohibited. –Member Devices must be sew-on. 27

28 LearnBoatSafety.com Trousers (ODU) Trousers (Unisex): –ODU Coast Guard Blue Trousers –May be worn with Trouser blousing bands but bands must not be visible. 28

29 LearnBoatSafety.com Belt (ODU) Belt: Standard black web with metal tip may be worn. Rigger’s belt is optional. –52” Rigger’s belt with buckle: Black web with black tip. Black subdued, open frame buckle. –Proper placement: The tip is run through the belt loops beginning on the right side of the zipper. Once fastened, the tip will extend from 2” to 4” beyond the buckle. Cut and singe end to prevent unraveling. 29

30 LearnBoatSafety.com – 8”-10” plain black safety boot (i.e. Super Boot II). – Safety boots must have a safety toe that conforms with ANSI standards Z Shoes (ODU) Socks (ODU) –Black undecorated; must not be visible 30

31 LearnBoatSafety.com Necessary Accessories All new members must obtain the following accessories to complete the basic version of the Operational Dress Uniform: –U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Ball Cap. –One pair of sew-on Office or Member collar insignia. –One pair Metal Office or Member insignia (one used). –Garrison Cap Device: To be worn on wearer’s left side of head with Office or Member insignia on the Right side of head. Both Devices used on opposite side of head are to have their center 2” back from Cap front and 1 ½ “ up from cap bottom. 31

32 LearnBoatSafety.com –All-Weather Parka –AWP Liner –Windbreaker –Trench Coat Additional Items Note: These items are not necessary for a complete uniform 32

33 LearnBoatSafety.com How do I get my uniform? Before getting your uniform you must have your ID number. You may buy your uniform before getting your ID card. Locations: Most Military bases sell uniforms at the Exchange or store. You will need your ID or someone with an ID from your flotilla to shop with you. A fellow member or your Flotilla, Division and or District might offer second hand or new items for sale. Order online from many locations. If you do not have access to the internet, contact your FSO-PS. 33

34 LearnBoatSafety.com Uniforms Do’s and Don'ts Members need to be aware that active duty members wear the uniform with pride and when they see an Auxiliarist improperly dressed it can be seen as offensive to the service. Most Auxiliarist interact with stations where the active duty members are abundant. Wear the uniform with Pride, as a representative of the Auxiliary and the Coast Guard. Never wear your uniform to go shopping or run errands. Wear it only to go to Coast Guard Activities and events. Never wear your uniform to a political or event that might be understood as if the Coast Guard is part of this event. Elected officers should set example. 34

35 LearnBoatSafety.com Source 1) PPT Division Chief Uniform, Jackson Whitaker 2) R Z JUN 11 ALCOAST 291/11 COMDTNOTE 1020 SUBJ: HONORING OUR PROFESSION - UNIFORM GUIDANCE AND RESULTS OF UNIFORM BOARD NO. 44 3) CGAUX.ORG 4) UNIFORM PROCUREMENT GUIDE April 2012 ANSC 7053 Uniform Guide Coast Guard Auxiliary This update is May 5, 2012 Please check to see if we have a newer edition to download at: LearnBoatSafety.com/downloads.html By Tony and Duysevi Miyar


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