The patch of the command to which you are
assigned must be centered on the left breast.
A second unit patch of your choice, acceptable to
the command, will be centered on the right
The blue working jacket may be worn with the
Hat. The white hat should be worn squarely on the
head, as shown in figure 10-1.
Medals. Large medals may be prescribed for wear
with the dress blue jumper for special occasions, such as
change of command or formal inspections. Medals and
neckerchief may be prescribed for wear with the dress
white jumper. When large medals are worn with either
uniform, the uniform is called full dress.
Enlisted (E-6 and below) womens uniforms and
their proper wear are shown in figures 10-5 and 10-6
(not all uniforms are shown). Uniforms must be tailored
according to the specifications in the following
Service dress blues. The enlisted womens service
dress blues (fig. 10-5) is worn with ribbons. The necktie
or necktab is worn with the outer edges parallel to the
outer edges of the collar. An equal amount of the
necktab should show on each side of the collar. For
prescribed (required) and optional items, refer to
Full dress blue. The full dress blue uniform is the
same as the service dress blue uniform. Large medals
and ribbons are worn (fig. 10-5) with this uniform.
Dress white jumper. The enlisted womens dress
white jumper (fig. 10-6). The jumper should fit
comfortably with no binding. The sleeves will have
inverted creases at the inside and outside edge, hang
straight, and be long enough to cover the wristbone. The
bottom of the jumper should be loose fitting at the hips.
Normally, a white belted skirt is worn with the dress
white jumper. However, white jumper slacks can be
worn with the dress white jumper. (NOTE: When white
jumper slacks are used with the white jumper, the hem
of the jumper should fall to within 1 inch above the
bottom of the pocket opening of the slacks.) The slacks
have side seam pockets and inverted creases. The slacks
Figure 10-5.Enlisted womens uniforms.