Embroidered name/nametags are required on
the chambray shirt and dungaree trousers.
Your clothing is marked for good reasons. When you
send your clothing to the laundry, there must be a method
to identify it. If your clothing is lost or misplaced, the
only way it can be recovered is if it has been properly
TRANSFER OF CLOTHING
No transfer or exchange of an enlisted persons
uniform clothing will be made without the commanding
officers authorization. When such transfers or
exchanges are authorized or when clothing belonging to
deserters is sold, obliterate (make the name
unreadable) the former owners name with a red D.C.
stamp. The purchasers name will be placed above,
below, or next to it.
The CO requires clothing of all nonrated personnel
to be inspected at regular intervals to make sure that
each person has the required seabag items (table 10-3
and table 10-4). Also, before a nonrated person is
transferred to another ship or station, another seabag
inspection is made. Petty officers clothing may be
inspected on an individual basis, as appropriate. All
personnel are required to have at least the following
items and quantities in their seabag:
On the manufacturers tag inside large pocket.
Inside, center, back.
Same as for men.
Table 10-2.Marking Womens Clothing (continued)
All-weather coat (blue)
Shirt, winter blue
Shirt, blue chambray, long sleeve
Belt, web, black, with silver clip
Shirt, blue chambray, fire retardant,
Belt, web, white, with silver clip
Shirt, white short sleeve
Shoes, dress black
Shoes, safety chukka
Socks, cotton/nylon, black
Gloves, leather, black
Sweater, wool, blue
Group rate mark, black
Group rate mark, white
Trousers, broadfall, blue
Trousers, poly/wool, dress blue
Jacket, blue working
Table 10-3.Seabag Requirements for Enlisted E-1 through E-6Men