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1 Dress and Appearance

2 Standards of Appearance Personal Grooming Standards for Males Personal Grooming Standards for Females Accessories Airman Battle Uniform USAF PT Uniform Service Uniform Service Dress Uniform Outer Garments Mess Dress (Optional)

3 Dress and Appearance 1 Standards of Appearance Personal Grooming Standards for Males Personal Grooming Standards for Females Accessories Airman Battle Uniform USAF PT Uniform

4 Dress and Appearance AFI Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel Military members are required to maintain serviceable uniforms at all times

5 Standards of Appearance Pride Respect Professional Military Image – Clean/Neat – Pressed – Properly Fitted – Good Condition

6 Professional Military Image – Zipped – Snapped – Buttoned – Alterations Standards of Appearance

7 Grooming Standards for Males Hair standards Must be clean, well groomed, no excessive grooming aids, or foreign items Dye should look natural Hair will not touch eyebrows or be visible below the front of your cap Hair must have tapered appearance, block cut, shaved or high and tight Will not exceed 1 1/4 inches in bulk

8 Grooming Standards for Males Hair standards Mustache Sideburns

9 Grooming Standards for Females Hair Professional Appearance

10 Grooming Standards for Females Hair standards No extreme or faddish styles Dye should look natural Hair cannot extend below back bottom edge of collar or exceed 3 inches in bulk Must allow headgear to be worn properly Keep hair in place with conservative pins, combs, headbands, elastic bands, or barrettes that are similar to your hair color or black

11 Grooming Standards for Females Cosmetics Nail Polish

12 Accessories Bracelets Rings Necklaces Religious Medallions

13 Accessories Earrings Body Piercing

14 Accessories Eyeglasses Sunglasses Pens & Pencils Beeper Cell Phone Headphones

15 Accessories Bags Religious Apparel Umbrellas

16 Airman Battle Uniform

17 Sand T-Shirt

18 Uniform Airman Battle Uniform Badge #1 Badge #2 Functional Badges

19 Airman Battle Unifo rm Shirt Rank Insignia

20 Airman Battle Uniform Trousers Blouse Belt

21 Airman Battle Uniform Combat Boots Cap

22 Airman Battle Uniform May wear off-base (dining or shopping)

23 Questions If you have any questions

24 * Commanders determine the required PTU configuration during organized PT events. Reflective footwear Socks PTU jacket PTU running pants PTU running shorts Short-sleeved PTU shirt Optional long-sleeved shirt Optional IPTU sweatshirt Undergarments USAF PT Uniform

25 “The man who has confidence in himself gains the confidence of others.” - Hasidic Saying USAF PT Uniform. Spandex. Headgear Gloves.. Scarf and earmuffs. Do not mix/match the current PTU with future authorized jacket and pants. The lining in the PTU shorts may be removed. PTU items are authorized for wear with conservative civilian/personal attire during individual/personal PT PT jacket with personal shirt/pants/shorts.

26 “The man who has confidence in himself gains the confidence of others.” - Hasidic Saying USAF PT Uniform. Headphones and earphones (IPODS) All personal grooming standards apply while participating in physical fitness activities with one exception: long female hair will be secured but may have loose ends; body art (tattoos) and jewelry standards apply. Proper military customs and courtesies honoring the flag during reveille/retreat will apply. Saluting due to rank recognition is not required. Exceptions: For accessions, PME and academic training environments (e.g. USAFA,ROTC, OTS, ASBC, SOS, BMT), commanders (or equivalent) will determine which PT events are organized. Wear policy for the PTU in a deployed environment can be further defined by the Air Force Forces commander specific to that area of responsibility (AOR).

27 Dress and Appearance Summary Standards of Appearance Personal Grooming Standards for Males Personal Grooming Standards for Females Accessories Airman Battle Uniform USAF PT Uniform

28 Dress and Appearance

29 BREAK!

30 Dress and Appearance 2 Service Uniform Service Dress Uniform Outer Garments Mess Dress (Optional)

31 Service Uniform Shirt, long or short sleeve Trousers, slacks or skirt Footwear Appropriate headgear

32 Service Uniform Short Sleeve Shirts Short sleeve Optional tie T-Shirt (Not Visible) Short sleeve Open collar

33 Service Uniform Long Sleeve Shirts Long sleeve shirt Tie or tie tab Optional tie tack or clasp T-Shirt

34 Service Uniform Accouterments Male

35 Tie tack / clasp (Optional)

36 Service Uniform Accouterments Female

37 Service Uniform Back 7/8” longer than front Trousers/Slacks

38 Service Uniform No patterned hose Skirt Top Bottom

39 Service Uniform Footwear Shined and in good repair Female-Heel no larger than Pumps 2 ½”

40 Service Uniform Flight Cap Exception: Female hair can be visible Hat can not Flip over belt

41 Service Dress Uniform Silver nametag Ribbons - mandatory Badges - optional

42 Service Dress Uniform Tie/Tie Tab required Jacket and trousers/skirt same material Add service coat

43 Service Dress Uniform Sleeve ¼” from heel of thumb Jacket 3 to 3 ½ below top of thigh No creases in sleeves

44 Service Dress Uniform Accouterments ½” Braid 3” from end of sleeve 5/8” end of epaulet

45 Accouterments

46 All-Weather Coat Outergarments At or 6 inches below Top button buttoned or unbuttoned 5/8” end of epaulet

47 Lightweight Blue JacketOutergarments 5/8” from edge Zipper Either way Exception to the outergarment rule - Indoors or Outdoors

48 Sweaters Outergarments INDOORS ONLY INDOORS or OUTDOORS or FEMALE Silver Nametag

49 Mess Dress

50 Accouterments

51 Dress and Appearance Service Uniform Service Dress Uniform Outer Garments Mess Dress (Optional)

52 Dress and Appearance Standards of Appearance Personal Grooming Standards for Males Personal Grooming Standards for Females Accessories Airman Battle Uniform USAF PT Uniform Service Uniform Service Dress Uniform Outer Garments Mess Dress (Optional)

53 Questions If you have any questions

54 “It is absurd to believe that soldiers who cannot be made to wear the proper uniform can be induced to move forward in battle. Officers who fail to perform their duty by correcting small violations and in enforcing proper conduct are incapable of leading.” General George S. Patton Jr.

55 Dress and Appearance


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