c. The fire resistant (FR) combat uniform in the Operation Enduring Freedom Camouflage Pattern (OEF-CP) may be worn until the wear out date of the UCP ACU. AR 25–30 for specific guidance. Suggested improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form. It’s Army Regulation (AR) and it’s a pretty big deal. Learn about the eight regulations that make boots Army compliant!.
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AR 670-1: 3-2. Hair and Fingernail Standards and Grooming Policies
If worn, it must have the same general appearance and fit as prescribed for the ACU. No portion of the bulk of the hair, as measured from the scalp, will exceed 2 inches. Sewn-on or pinned-on rank is worn on the sun hat. When bloused, the trousers should not extend below the third eyelet from the top of the boot.
Permanent makeup, such as eyebrow or eyeliner, is authorized as long as the makeup conforms to the standards outlined above. The 67001-1 hat will not be worn rolled, formed, shaped, blocked, or with an upturned brim. All personnel will keep fingernails clean and neatly trimmed.
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Some versions of ra combat uniform are not intended for wear as an all-purpose uniform. The silk weight cold-weather moisture-wicking undershirts are not authorized to be worn under the combat uniform coat in place of the sand, tanor aar green undershirts. Special Forces personnel will wear the approved flash of the unit to which they are assigned.
Hair extensions are authorized. Medium hair may fall naturally in uniform, and is not required to be secured.
Sideburns will not be styled to taper, flair, or come to a point. When worn loose, graduated hair styles are acceptable, but the length, as measured from the end of the total hair length to the base of the collar, may not exceed 1 inch difference in length, from the front to the back.
Xr worn, badges must be all sewn 601-1 or all pinned on; Soldiers are not authorized to mix sew-on badges with pin-on badges. See paragraphs 4—8e and 22—16 for wear of combat and skill badges on the combat uniform. Foreign badges are not authorized for wear on the combat uniform. Soldiers will wear the trousers tucked into the top of the boots or bloused using the draw strings at the bottom of the trousers or commercial blousing devices.
The fabric of the FR combat uniform is 65 percent flame resistant rayon, 25 percent para-aramid and 10 percent nylon.
Handlebar mustaches, goatees, and beards are not authorized. Army tape, and grade insignia. If appropriate medical authority allows beard growth, the maximum length authorized for medical treatment must be specific. Soldiers will not let the drinking tube hang from their mouths when the device is not in use. The regulations for the wear of bangs detailed in paragraph 3—2a 3 a apply. Foreign material 7601-1 example, beads and decorative items will not be used in the hair. Hair and Fingernail Standards and Grooming Policies.
However, if the helmet af worn during physical training, hair must be secured using guidelines in paragraph 3—2a 3 a through k. The illustrations provided in figure 3—3 are intended only to clarify language regarding authorized hair lengths and bulks.
That goes for our Series and Series boots too. Ends must be secured inconspicuously. Exterior of the boot 6701–1 will not contain mesh but will be constructed of either all leather or a combination of leather and non-mesh fabric These specifications can be found under Army Regulation At with a single, untapered patch of hair on the top of the head not consistent with natural hair loss are considered eccentric and are not authorized.
Soldiers may sew on the U. Personnel will 6701- wrap the trouser leg around the leg tightly enough to present a pegged appearance or insert any items inside the trouser leg 67011-1 create a round appearance at the bottom of the trouser leg.
The sun hat will fit comfortably around the largest part of the head without distortion or excessive gaps. The requirement for hair grooming standards is necessary to maintain uniformity within a military population. The changes are so significant that many of the boots on the market currently worn by soldiers no longer meet Army specs.
Rubber and polyether polyurethane are the only outsole materials that are authorized 7. Special Forces personnel who are assigned to an organization without an approved flash will wear the generic Special Forces flash the flash approved for personnel assigned to 601-1 Forces a but not assigned wr Special Forces units.
The Army combat shirt is designed to provide flame protection for individual Soldiers, while maximizing breathability, moisture management, and comfort when worn as a aar including interceptor body armor and FR combat uniform trousers or aircrew combat uniform trousers. Eyelash extensions are not authorized unless medically prescribed.
When worn properly, the beret is formed to the shape of the head; therefore, Soldiers may not wear hairstyles that cause distortion of the intended shape of the beret. The left shoulder sleeve is equipped with hook and loop for the subdued U. All Soldiers will comply with hair, fingernail, and grooming policies while in any military uniform, or in civilian clothes on duty.
Hairstyles otherwise authorized in this chapter such as braids and twists may also be worn in a pony tail during physical training. The silk weight cold-weather undershirts will be worn as undergarments only. Tan or coyote in color 2.
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Personnel will cut off the ends of the adjusting ribbon and secure the ribbon knot inside the edge binding at the back of the beret. However, when the hood is not worn, Soldiers will tuck the hood into the jacket with the zipper closed.
Hair that is 67011- shaved or trimmed closely to the scalp is authorized.
Army Sergeants Major Academy. See DA Pam —1 for uniforms currently classified as combat uniforms.
Females will not wear shades of lipstick that distinctly contrast with the natural color of their lips, that detract from the uniform, or that are faddish, eccentric, or exaggerated. Some combat uniforms are classified as utility uniforms, while others are designed for a specific function.