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Uniform Wear and Care MIDN 3/C Sutton
Objectives Identify Officer Uniforms Identify Chief Petty Officer Uniforms Identify male/female E1-E6 uniforms Understand how to properly maintain a uniform Understand grooming standards All contents of this slide come directly or are paraphrased from NSCC/NLCC Uniform Regulations (NSCPUB 500)
Shoulder flashes “NSCC cadet shoulder flash, embroidered yellow lettering on a navy blue field will be worn on ALL NSCC uniforms.”
Officer/Chief Uniforms (Service Dress Blues) Officer Gold combo cover lining Sleeve stripes and insignia NSCC Officer crest on cover Chief Black combo cover lining No sleeve stripes or insignia Thingy
Officer/Chief Uniforms (Service Khaki) Officer Gold combo cover lining Gold belt buckle Tan belt Rank insignia Chief Black combo cover lining Gold belt buckle Tan belt Rank insignia
Officer/Chief Uniforms (Summer Whites) Officer Gold lining on combo cover Gold belt buckle Officer shoulder boards Chief Black lining on combo cover No shoulder boards Gold buckle Rank insignia on collar
Officer/Chief Uniforms (Winter Blue) Officer Gold combo cover lining NSCC Officer insignia on cover Gold tie clasp/belt Chief Black combo cover lining Gold tie clasp/belt Rank insignia
Officer/Chief NWU’s Officers/Chiefs Gold name tapes Collar rank insignia
NSCC Dress Blues, Male
NSCC Dress Blues, Female
NSCC Dress White, Male
NSCC Dress White, Female
NSCC Summer White, Male
NSCC Summer White, Female
NSCC Winter Blue, Male
NSCC Winter Blue, Female
Uniform Regulations “The primary consideration is to have a neatly groomed appearance while wearing the NSCC uniform.” “NSCC Personnel must set and maintain the highest possible standard of smartness in uniform appearance.” Articles “No article shall protrude from or be visible on the uniform.” To include: Pencils, pens, large wallets, music devices, headphones, etc.
Uniform Regulations Backpacks “Civilian bags … may be worn with the working and service uniforms as prescribed in the manner below.” May be worn across left or both shoulder(s) of service uniform All bags worn with the uniform must conceal its contents and be solid black or navy blue in color. While in dress uniform, civilian bags will be hand carried only. Shoe shine Shoes must be clear of dirt, dust, and debris Shoes should maintain normal black color
Uniform Regulations Hair Males Hair on back of neck may not touch collar. Hair shall not be longer than 4 inches and groomed so it does not touch ears or collar. Bulk of hair shall not exceed two inches Sideburns will not extend below point mid level with ear Females Ponytails, pigtails, widely spaced hanging locks, and braids are not authorized Hair may touch, but not fall below a horizontal line level with the collar
Uniform Regulations Facial Hair “Male cadets shall be clean shaven” “The wearing of mustaches and beards is not authorized for Sea Cadets” Jewelry Rings- One ring per hand is authorized May not be worn on thumb Earrings- Males- Not authorized while in uniform Females- One earring per ear. 4mm-6mm ball. Gold for officers, midshipman, and CPO’s. Silver for all others.
Uniform Regulations Necklaces One single strand necklace, conservatives in nature, may be worn and shall not be visible. Wristwatches/Bracelets Only one of each may be worn Ankle bracelets are not authorized
Common Sense Handling Launder according to tag on uniform Hang up or fold Iron when needed Etc.
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