JUNIOR SAILOR ADVANCEMENT WORKSHOP (JSAW) NAVPERS 15665 UNIFORM REGULATIONS CHAPTERS 4-6 IT1(SW) Colin A. Guppy email@example.com
NAVPERS 15665 UNIFORM REGULATIONS CHAPTERS 4-6 OBJECTIVES: Recognize and describe officer and enlisted rank/rate insignias. Identify the proper wearing of identification badges. Distinguish the proper wear of uniforms in special situations.
Identify the correct sleeve insignia for a LCDR. A. C. B. D.
Officer Insignia (Sleeve) Are Gold Stripes, black on green coats, in widths of either 2”, 1/2”, or 1/4” indicating rank. Encircles the sleeve with the lower edge of first stripe 2” from the edge of sleeve.
Which of these sleeves belongs to a CWO4? A. C. B. D.
Officer Insignia (Sleeve) Warrant Officer’s sleeve insignia are as follows: W-4 one ½” stripe with one break. W-3 one ½” stripe with two breaks centered symmetrically. W-2 one ½” stripe with breaks 2 inches apart, three breaks centered symmetrically. W-1 one ¼”stripe with breaks 2” apart, three breaks centered symmetrically. *NOTE: All breaks appear outer face of sleeve.
Which of the following is the correct device for a Supply Corps officer? A. C. B. D.
A. 2 ¾” C. 4” B. 3 ¼” wide D. 3 ½” wide How wide is the chevron on a males rating badge?
How wide is the chevron on a females rating badge? A. 2 ½” C. 3 ½” B. 3” D. 2 ¾”
Chapter 4 – Rank/Rate Insignia Rating badges consist of a perched eagle with expanded wings pointing upward and its head facing right. Chevrons, indicating the wearer's rate, and a specialty mark indicating rating is part of the badge. Embroidered rating badges worn on blue working jackets and utility shirts have no specialty mark. Chevrons on rating badges for men, E-4 through E-6, measure 3-1/4 inches wide. Chevrons on women's rating badges measure 2-1/2 inches wide and their rating insignia is 3/4 the size of men's. Women wearing the men's peacoat will use the men's size rating badge on the peacoat. Men and women wear the same size rating badge (3-1/4 inches wide) on the blue working jacket.
Identify the correct badge for Joint Chiefs of Staff. A. C. B. D.
Chapter 5- Identification Badge, Awards and Insignia Only one identification badge may be worn at a time, except the post-tour Navy Fleet/Force/Command Master Chief Badge. If you qualify for more than one badge, wear the badge representing your present assignment, otherwise, wear the badge you prefer. Attach badges directly to the uniform. Do not hang them on the uniform by key chains or material backings, etc.
How long can a commanding officer approve the wear of maternity uniform from date of delivery for females? A. 6 months C. 2 months B. 3 months D. None of the above.
Chapter 6 – Special Uniform Situations Certified maternity uniforms are mandatory for all pregnant women in the Navy when a uniform is prescribed and regular uniforms no longer fit. Personnel are expected to wear regular uniforms upon return from convalescent leave, however, commanding officers may approve the wear of maternity uniforms up to six months from the date of delivery based on medical officer diagnosis/recommendation.
When attached to Marine Corps units Naval personnel are required to wear Marine Corps utilities. TRUEFALSE
Chapter 6 – Special Uniform Situations Enlisted Navy personnel assigned to Marine Corps organizations may wear service uniforms prescribed for enlisted personnel of the Marine Corps following applicable directives. Enlisted Navy personnel wear Marine Corps utilities when directed by the commanding officer. Utility uniforms are furnished at no expense to the enlisted member. Navy personnel assigned to Marine Corps units may wear Marine Corps uniforms on temporary additional duty. Wear the Marine Corps service and utility uniforms, including insignia, following Marine Corps uniform regulations.