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The Class A Uniform. Two excited cadets wearing the former Dining- In uniform. We now wear the green shirt and tie. General Uniform. a. Class A uniform consists of the following:

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The Class A Uniform

Two excited cadets wearing the former Dining- In uniform. We now wear the green shirt and tie.


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General Uniform

a. Class A uniform consists of the following:

(1)  Male - Garrison cap, Army green coat and trousers, AG-415 green shirt (short or long sleeve), a black four-in hand necktie, black oxford shoes, black socks, black belt with brass buckle and tip, black all weather coat (optional), uniform brass and accessories.

(2)  Female - Garrison cap, Army green coat, slacks or skirt, AG-415 green shirt (short or long sleeve), black neck tab, black oxford shoes or black pumps, black all weather coat (optional), uniform brass and accessories.


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Garrison Cap - Male and Female

b.  Garrison Cap (male and female).  The garrison cap will be worn with the front vertical crease of the cap centered on the forehead, in a straight line with the nose.  The cap will be tilted slightly to the right, but in no case will the side of the cap rest on the top of the ear.  Center the cap approximately 1 inch above the eyebrows (approximately the width of the first two fingers).  The top of the cap will be opened to cover the crown of the head.  Hair will not be visible on the forehead below the front bottom edge of the cap.  Insignia will be worn as follows:


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Garrison Cap - Basic Course

(1)  Basic Course. The ROTC insignia will be centered on the left curtain 1 inch from the crease.

Garrison Cap - Basic Course


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Garrison Cap – Male Picture (GMS)

Garrison Cap - Basic Course


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Garrison Cap - Advanced Course

(2)  Advanced Course.   Officers will wear rank insignia and enlisted cadets the Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI) - or more commonly called "Unit Crest" - centered on the left curtain 1 inch from the crease.

Garrison Cap - Advanced Course Officers and NCOs


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Garrison Cap - Male Picture

Garrison Cap - Advanced Course Officer Garrison Cap - Advanced Course NCO


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Green Coat

c.  Green Coat.

(1)  Insignia of rank.  Non-subdued insignia will be worn centered on both shoulder loops of the coat, 5/8 inch from the outside shoulder seam.  The top of enlisted insignia will point toward the individual's neck.

(2)  Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI).  The DUI is worn centered on the shoulder loops of the coat or centered between the insignia of grade and the outer edge of the button. Cadet noncommissioned officers will wear the distinctive insignia centered on the chevrons.


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Green Coat - Shoulder Loop

Insignia of rank and Distinctive Unit Insignia on shoulder loop Class A


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Green Coat - Shoulder Loop Pictures

NCO Officer


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Green Coat – Shoulder Insignia

Shoulder insignia will be worn ½ inch below the shoulder seam


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Green Coat – Ranger Challenge Tab

On the upper of the left sleeve of the Class A uniform. The top of the tab will be worn 1/2 inch below the top of the shoulder seam on the uniforms.  


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Green Coat – Torch of Knowledge

(3)  Torch of Knowledge.  This insignia is worn by Basic Course cadets centered on both collars parallel to the inside edge of each lapel with the outside edge of the insignia positioned 1 inch above the notch of the lapel.

Females: Centered on lapel, 1 inch from the lower edge of the collar and perpendicular to the floor

Class A - Torch of Knowledge Male


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Green Coat – Torch of Knowledge

Class A - Torch of Knowledge Male


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Green Coat – R.O.T.C. Initials

(4)  R.O.T.C. Initials.  This insignia is worn by Advanced Course cadets centered on both lapels of the coat, parallel to the inside edge of each lapel.  The lower edge of the insignia is positioned 1 inch above the notch of the lapel.

Females: R.O.T.C. letters worn on both collars, are lined horizontally, centered 1 inch from the lower edge of the collar and parallel to the floor

Class A - ROTC Insignia Male


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Green Coat – R.O.T.C. Initials

Class A - ROTC Insignia Male


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Green Coat – Branch Insignia

(5)  Branch Insignia.  Second semester MS IV's may wear branch insignia centered on both lapels, 1 1/4 inches below the ROTC initials, with the insignia bisecting the ROTC initials and parallel to the inside edge of the lapel.

Class A - Branch Insignia


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Green Coat – Name Plate

(6)  Name plate.

(a)  Male cadets.  The nameplate will be worn on the flap of the right breast pocket, centered from left to right and between the top of the button and the top of the pocket on the Army green 415 shirts and the coat of the Army green uniform.

(b)  Female cadets.  On the Army green uniform, the nameplate will be worn between 1 to 2 inches above the top button, centered horizontally on the wearer's right side.  Placement of the nameplate may be adjusted to conform to individual figure differences.


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Green Coat – Name Plate

Class A – Name plate Male Class A – Name plate Female


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Green Coat – Name Plate

Class A – Name plate Male


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Green Coat - Ribbons

(7)  Ribbons.  Only authorized ribbons will be worn.  The order of precedence is found at the "Cadet Awards" page.  Ribbons will be worn in the order of precedence from the wearer's s right to left in one or more rows either with no space or a 1/8 inch space between rows.  No more than three (3) ribbons will be worn in any one row.  Male personnel will wear their ribbons centered 1/8 inch above the left breast pocket in as many rows as necessary.  Female personnel will wear them centered on the left side with the bottom row positioned parallel to the bottom edge of the name plate.  Placement of the ribbons may be adjusted to conform to the individual’s figure differences.

(8)  Other Insignia, Badges and Tabs.  See CCR 670-1 and AR 670-1 for instruction on wear.


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Ribbons

  • Award ribbons are in rows of 3, 1/8” above left breast pocket. Uneven numbers are centered as the top-most row

  • Precedence of ribbons: Military, ROTC, Tri-Service, Academic, Physical Fitness


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Ribbons

Ribbons as worn on a male Class A Coat


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Wear of Special Badges

Parachutist's Badge: AR-670-1 29-17 c. (2) states: "Personnel wear the ribbons 1/4 inch above the ribbons or the top of the pocket, one above the other, with 1/2 inch between badges, or they are worn [1/4 inch below the top of the left breast pocket on males, and 1/4 inch below the bottom ribbon row on females, or in a similar position if ribbons are not worn.]In those instances where the coat lapel obscures the ribbons or medals, personnel may wear the badges (or airborne background trimming, if worn beneath the badge) aligned with the left edge of the ribbons or medals.

Marksmanship badges are only worn on the pocket.


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Airborne Wings, Air Assault Wings

Wear of Special Skill Badges Above Ribbons


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ROTC Recondo Badge

(1)  Male.  Centered on the left breast pocket of the Class A uniform.  

(2)  Female.  Centered on the left side of the Class A uniform and parallel to the waistline on the coat in a comparable position on the coat.  Placement of the badge may be adjusted to conform to individual figure differences.  


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Airborne Wings, Air Assault Wings, and Recondo Badge

Airborne, Air Assault, and Recondo


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Active and Reserve Awards

State National Guard and Army Reserve awards/decorations fall under Chapter 3, section 2, paragraph ‘e’ of CCR-670-1 Uniform Wear and Appearance as unauthorized items on the cadet Class A uniform.

Prior service Active Duty awards will not be worn with cadet awards.  Cadets are to wear cadet awards when participating in ROTC activities.


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Other Award Regulations

Your c/Bn CDR authorizes authorizes the wear of more than four rows of ribbons, but three ribbons per row is enforced.  

Medals and ribbons with metal pendants awarded by the National Rifle Association and the national Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice may be worn on the ROTC uniform only for special ceremonies and official functions as directed by the battalion commander.  They are not to be authorized for general wear.


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Other Award Regulations (cont.)

Shoulder cords (similar to foragers) will be worn only when the design has been approved.  The number of cords worn at any one time is limited to one;  wear of shoulder cords will be on the left shoulder as prescribed by the Bn Cdr.

Class A trousers will not be bloused for drill and ceremony (except members of the Honor Guard).  


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Green Shirts

d.  AG-415 green shirt, short and long sleeve.  The short and long sleeve shirt can only be worn with the necktie or neck tab.  Name plate and cloth shoulder boards with embroidered cadet rank will be worn on both uniform shirts.


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References

CCR-670-1 Uniform Insignia: Uniform Wear and Appearance

CCR-672-5-1 Reserve Officers' Training Corps Decorations, Awards, and Honors

Both can be found at: http://www.rightsite.usaac.army.mil/

http://www.princeton.edu/~armyrotc/670-1/extract670-1pg3.htm

http://army.psu.edu/uniformwear.htm


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QUESTIONS?

Please ask your squad TACS


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