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Civil Air Patrol Uniform Manual CAP Manual 39-1, 1 July 1997.

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1 Civil Air Patrol Uniform Manual CAP Manual 39-1, 1 July 1997

2 Overview Wearing of the Uniform Uniform Wear Policy Command Responsibility Dress and Appearance Personal Grooming Standards Uniform Combinations

3 Wearing of the Uniform Others, both military and civilian, draw conclusions about you, CAP and the USAF when they see you in uniform More important now since there is less distinction between USAF and CAP military uniforms Standards are influenced to some extent by tradition and reflect the image of the USAF YOU are a reflection of the U.S Air Force!

4 Uniform Wear Policy Cadets/Senior Members conducting training will wear the CAP uniform Cadets required to purchase the minimum basic uniform Senior members and Cadets 18 and older must meet CAP weight standards to wear USAF uniform Senior members not meeting weight/grooming standards DO NOT wear USAF style uniform, wear selected CAP uniforms

5 Command Responsibility Commanders will ensure CAP members present well-groomed appearance which reflects credit upon CAP as the USAF Auxiliary. Commanders will correct uniform violations promptly and inform all members of the proper wear of the uniform. Seniors/Cadets have authority to correct violations. –Junior personnel use TACT/DIPLOMACY

6 Dress and Appearance Uniforms must be clean, neat, correct in design and specifications, properly fitted, and in good condition. Uniform will be zipped, snapped or buttoned. Shoes will be shined and in good repair. Metallic insignias, badges and other devices must be in good condition and MATCH. (cont)

7 Dress and Appearance (cont) Articles will not be worn exposed on the uniform (Exception: Parts of pens/pencils can be exposed when carried in left pocket of the BDU uniform) Wristwatches/rings (not more than three) are permitted; bracelet is permitted provided it presents neat and conservative appearance Ribbons will not be frayed or soiled (cont)

8 Dress and Appearance (cont) Conservative sunglasses without ornamentation permitted, except in formation Skirt lengths will be no higher than above the top of the kneecap or lower than the bottom of the kneecap Small round, conservative, gold/white pearl or silver earrings may be worn Conservative round diamond earring may be worn with the mess dress (cont)

9 Dress and Appearance (cont) Nail polish will be conservative Healing posts authorized--one earring or post per ear located on bottom of earlobe Visible ornaments around the neck or on the head and ankle bracelets are prohibited Uniform Standards: Neatness, Cleanliness, Safety and Military Image!!!

10 Personal Grooming Standards - Male and Female CAPM 39-1, Page 5, Table 1 Hair Wigs/Hairpieces Beards Mustaches Sideburn Cosmetics

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16 Minimum Basic Uniform - Female Light Blue Blouse Dark Blue Skirt Flight Cap Neutral Nylon Hose Black Shoes Black Handbag Insignias

17 Minimum Basic Uniform - Male Light Blue Short-sleeve Shirt Dark Blue Trousers Blue Belt Blue Flight Cap Black Shoes and Socks Insignias

18 Uniform Combinations Male Uniform Combinations Female Uniform Combinations

19 Senior Male Service Dress Figure 2-1. Men’s New Service Dress (Senior Members) Figure 2-3. Men’s Old-style Service Dress (Senior Members)

20 Senior Men’s Blues Shirts Figure 2-9. Men’s Short-sleeve Shirt (Senior Members) Figure 2-6. Men’s Long-sleeve Shirt (Senior Members)

21 Cadet Male Service Dress Figure 2-2. Men’s New Service Dress Uniform (Cadet Officers) Figure 2-4. Men’s Old- style Service Dress Uniform (Cadet Officers) Figure 2-5. Men’s Old- style Service Dress Uniform (Cadet Airmen)

22 Men’s Short-sleeve Blues Shirt Figure Men’s Short- sleeve Shirt (Cadet Officers) Figure Men’s Short- sleeve Shirt (Cadet Airman)

23 Women’s Service Dress Uniform Figure Women’s New Service Dress Uniform (Senior Members) Figure Women’s Old-style Service Dress Uniform (Senior Members)

24 Figure Women’s New Service Dress Uniform (Cadets) Figure Women’s Old-style Service Dress Uniform (Cadet Officers) Figure Women’s Service Dress Uniform (Cadet Airmen) Cadet Female Service Dress

25 Women’s Blues Blouses Figure Women’s Long-sleeve Blouse (Senior Members) Figure Women’s Short- sleeve Blouse (Senior Members)

26 Figure Women’s Short-sleeve Blouse (Cadet Officers) Figure Women’s Short- sleeve Blouse (Cadet Airmen) Women’s Short-sleeve Blues Shirt

27 Men’s and Women’s BDU Figure Men’s and Women’s Battle Dress Uniforms (Senior Members)

28 Figure Men’s and Women’s Battle Dress Uniform (Cadet Officers) Figure Men’s and Women’s Battle Dress Uniform (Cadet Airmen) Battle Dress Uniform (BDU)

29 Senior Men’s Headgear-Blues Figure 3-1. Men’s Headgear

30 Senior Women’s Headgear- Blues Figure 3-2. Women’s Headgear

31 Cadet Male Headgear-Blues

32 Figure 3-2. Women’s Headgear Cadet Female Headgear-Blues

33 Lapel and Collar Insignia- Seniors (continued) Figure Lapel and Collar Insignia

34 Lapel and Collar Insignia-Seniors Figure Lapel and Collar Insignia

35 Embroidered Senior Member Officer Grade Insignia on BDU Collar (Men and Women) Figure 5-2. Embroidered Senior Member Officer Grade Insignia on BDU Collar (Men and Women)

36 Figure Cadet Officer Grade Insignia on Collar of BDUs Cadet Officer Grade Insignia on Collar of BDUs

37 Figure 5-6. Placement of Cadet Airman Grade Insignia Placement of Cadet Airman Grade Insignia

38 Summary Wearing of the Uniform Uniform Wear Policy Command Responsibility Dress and Appearance Personal Grooming Standards Uniform Combinations


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