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1 st Battalion (Airborne) 509 th Infantry Wear and Appearance of the Army Green Dress Uniform and The Army Blue Uniform for Enlisted Soldiers Reference: AR 670-1 dated 1 July 2002 1 st Battalion (Airborne) 509 th Infantry

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1st Battalion (Airborne) 509th Infantry

Wear and Appearance of the Army Green Dress Uniform and The Army Blue Uniform for Enlisted Soldiers

Reference: AR 670-1

dated 1 July 2002

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Task: Prescribe wear and appearance of the Army Green Dress Uniform and the Army Blue Uniform for Enlisted Soldiers.

Condition: Classroom environment with either uniform on a hanger.

Standards: Correctly assemble and wear either uniform in accordance with Army regulations.

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The Army Green Dress Uniform

When the Class A Service Uniform is worn with the white shirt and black bow tie, it becomes the Army Green Dress Uniform.

When worn as the Green Dress Uniform, the rules regarding what can be worn change:

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  • Items authorized for wear:
  • Belt with brass buckle and tip
  • Coat, black, all weather
  • Cuff links, gold (on white shirt with French cuffs)
  • Black dress gloves
  • Black scarf
  • White shirt
  • Black Bow Tie (for functions after Retreat)
  • Shoe, black, oxford (low quarter)
  • Fourrageres, lanyards, infantry cords
  • Enlisted U.S. Insignia and Branch Insignia
  • Grade Insignia
  • Service Stripes and Overseas Service Stripes
  • Regimental Distinctive Insignia
  • Nameplate
  • Full-size medals or ribbons
  • Unit awards
  • All U.S. badges, marksmanship, special skill and combat
  • Foreign badges
  • Beret (Before Retreat only)
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  • Items not authorized for wear:
  • Bloused Jump boots
  • Airborne Background Trimming
  • Spurs
  • Cowboy hats
  • Distinctive items for Military Police
  • Berets (after retreat)
  • Combat Leaders Identification (green tabs)
  • Marksmanship badges awarded by other U.S. services
  • Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI)
  • Dress Miniature Medals
  • SGT Audie Murphy badge, St. Maurice, St. Barber, etc., other civic and quasi-military society awards are worn only when attending a meeting or function of that organization or society
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Commercially purchased White Shirt authorized with

the Army Green Dress Uniform and the Army Blue Dress Uniform

Turn-down collar with tapered

points, no buttons or snaps

Long sleeves

Regular or French Cuffs

Plain Polyester or

Cotton broadcloth

Plain design;

no ruffles or pleats

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Commercially purchased Black Bowtie authorized for wear with

the Army dress uniforms

Black silk or satin, of commercial design

Square ends, not more

Than 2 ½ inches wide

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  • Items authorized for wear:
  • Belt/Suspenders
  • Coat, black, all weather
  • Cuff links, gold (on white shirt with French cuffs)
  • Black or white dress gloves
  • Black scarf
  • White shirt
  • Bow Tie (for functions after Retreat)
  • Shoe, black, oxford (low quarter)
  • Aiguillettes, fourrageres, lanyards, infantry cords
  • Enlisted U.S. Insignia and Branch Insignia
  • Grade Insignia
  • Service Stripes
  • Regimental Distinctive Insignia
  • Nameplate
  • Full-size or miniature medals (either/or but not mixed)
  • Unit awards
  • All U.S. badges, marksmanship, special skill and combat
  • Foreign badges
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  • Items not authorized for wear:
  • Jump boots
  • Jump wing backgrounds
  • Spurs
  • Cowboy hats
  • Distinctive items for Military Police
  • Berets
  • Combat Leaders Identification (green tabs)
  • Shoulder sleeve insignia, current unit or former wartime unit
  • Marksmanship badges awarded by other U.S. services
  • Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI)
  • SGT Audie Murphy badge, St. Maurice, St. Barber, etc., other civic and quasi-military society awards are worn only when attending a meeting or function of that organization or society
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Placement of U.S. Insignia

Collar

U.S. Insignia centered on collar,

1” above notch in the collar

Center line on collar

Lapel

Imaginary line parallel with inside

seam of lapel, bisects U.S. Insignia.

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Placement of Branch Insignia

Center line on collar

Branch Insignia centered on collar,

1” above notch in the collar

When wearing Infantry Blue Disks,

Measure one inch from the notch in the collar to the brass disk, not to the blue disk.

Collar

Imaginary line parallel with inside

seam of lapel, bisects Branch Insignia.

Lapel

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YARBOROUGH

Placement of Nameplate

Nameplate centered between the top

Of the pocket flap and the top of the

Button on the right breast pocket.

3rd Zouave badge centered on

Right breast pocket.

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YARBOROUGH

Placement of U.S Unit Awards

Worn in order of precedence from right

To left above the right breast flap.

Remember: The wheat grows up.

Worn either flush to the top of the

Pocket flap or up to 1/8” above.

Unit awards may be worn with

Full-size medals or service

Ribbons, but not when wearing

Minature medals.

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YARBOROUGH

Placement of Regimental Distinctive Insignia

Worn ¼” above unit awards.

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YARBOROUGH

Wearing Foreign Parachutist Wings

RDI worn ¼” above foreign awards.

Foreign awards worn

½ ” above unit awards.

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YARBOROUGH

Aligning to the Right

Aligning awards to the right due to lapel concealing items.

RDI worn ¼” above foreign awards.

Foreign awards worn

½ ” above unit awards.

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Wearing Decorations and Service Ribbons

Ribbons worn above the left breast pocket in order of precedence starting at the top right.

Worn up to 1/8” between rows and above pocket flap.

Up to 4 ribbons can be worn on each row depending on size of the pocket flap.

For proper order of precedence, see AR 670-1, page 274-275.

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Combat and Special Skill Badges and Tabs; Groups:

Group 4:

Glider Badge

Parachutist Badges

Pathfinder Badge

Military Freefall Parachutist Badges

Air Assault Badge

Ranger Tab Metal Replica

Special Forces Tab Metal Replica

Group 1:

Combat Infantryman Badges

Expert Infantryman Badge

Group 2:

Combat Medical- Badges

Expert Field Medical Badge

Group 3:

Army Astronaut device

Army Aviator Badges

Flight Surgeon Badges

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badges

Group 5:

Diver Badges

Driver and Mechanic Badges

Parachute Rigger Badge

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Combat and Special Skill Badges and Tabs; Rules:

Rule 1: You can wear up to five combat and special skill badges at one time; this total does not include special skill tabs (Ranger, SF).

Rule 2: You can wear only one badge each from groups 1,2, and 3, three badges from group 4 and two badges from group 5. The total number cannot exceed five badges

Rule 3: You may wear up to three badges from groups 1 through 3 above the ribbons

or pocket flap.

Rule 4: When no badges from groups 1 through 3 are worn, you may wear three badges from groups 4 and 5 above the ribbons or pocket flap.

Rule 5: When three badges are worn above the ribbons or pocket flap, you may wear three Badges (including marksmanship badges) on the pocket flap.

Rule 6: There is no precedence for special skill badges within the same group. (Example: Parachutist badge, Air Assault, Pathfinder – neither has precedence over the other). However, there is precedence between the groups, I.e. Group 1 has precedence over group 2, and so forth.

Rule 7: Combat badges take precedence over special skill badges (CIB over EIB).

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Marksmanship Badges; Rules:

Rule 1: You may wear up to three marksmanship badges on the pocket flap.

Rule 2: You may attach up to three clasps (bars) per marksmanship badge.

Rule 3: Only a total of three marksmanship or special skill badges can be worn on the pocket flap.

Rule 4: Marksmanship badges are worn in order of precedence from the wearer’s right and to the left of any special skill badges.

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Marksmanship Badges:

Question:

“Am I required to wear a

marksmanship badge

even if I prefer to wear other

special skill badges?”

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Marksmanship Badges:

Answer:

All soldiers wear at least one marksmanship badge

unless they fail to qualify or are exempt from

qualification by Army regulation.

AR 670-1, page 291

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 1:

Wearing one combat or special skill badge (not from groups 1,2,3) above ribbons.

Badge worn ¼” above ribbons

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 2:

Wearing two combat or special skill badges above ribbons.

½” between badges.

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Centered

Example 3:

Wearing one combat or special skill badge above ribbons (not from groups 1,2,3) and one marksmanship badge.

Badge worn ¼” above ribbons

Marksmanship Badge worn1/8” below top of pocket flap seam.

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 4:

Wearing one combat or special skill badge above ribbons (not from groups 1,2,3) and two marksmanship badges.

Marksmanship Badges worn1/8” below top of pocket flap seam, equally spaced on the pocket flap.

Expert Marksmanship Badge takes precedence and is worn to the wearer’s right.

1”

At least 1” between badges

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 5:

Wearing two combat or special skill badge above ribbons (not from groups 1,2,3) and two marksmanship badges.

½” between badges.

Marksmanship Badges worn1/8” below top of pocket flap seam, equally spaced on the pocket flap.

1”

At least 1” between badges

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 5:

Wearing three combat or special skill badge above ribbons (not from groups 1,2,3) and two marksmanship badges.

½” between badges.

Badge worn ¼” above ribbons

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 6:

Wearing one combat or special skill badge from group 1, 2, or 3 above ribbons and one badge from groups 4-5.

Badge worn ¼” above ribbons

Remember:

When wearing badges from groups 1,2, or 3, badges from groups 4 and 5 are worn only on the pocket flap.

1/8”

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 7:

Wearing one combat or special skill badge from group 1, 2, or 3 above ribbons and two badges from groups 4-5.

Badge worn ¼” above ribbons

1/8”

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 8:

Wearing two combat or special skill badges from group 1, 2, or 3 above ribbons and two badges from groups 4-5.

1/2”

Badge worn ¼” above ribbons

1/8”

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Wearing Combat and Special Skill Badges:

Example 9:

Aligning awards to the left due to lapel concealing items.

1/2”

1/4”

Ribbons and badges above the pocket flap aligned to the left, even with the left edge of the pocket flap

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Wearing Full-Size Decorations and Medals

Medals worn above the left breast pocket in order of precedence from the right.

Worn up to 1/8” between rows and above pocket flap.

Service and training ribbons are not worn when full-size medals are worn.

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Wearing Full-Size Decorations and Medals (continued)

Medals are worn in a like-manner as ribbons.

Second and subsequent rows of medals may not contain more medals than the rows below it.

Worn up to 1/8” between rows of medals

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Wearing Full-Size Decorations and Medals (continued)

When wearing full-size medals, up to three full-size or miniature combat and special skill badges from groups 1-5 may be worn above the medals in order of group precedence.

Up to three badges here

Driver and mechanic badges are not worn with full size medals.

Nothing worn on the pocket flap when full-size medals are worn.

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1/2”

Wearing Full-Size Decorations and Medals (continued)

Example: Wearing full-size medals and three full-size combat and special skill badges from groups 1-5 in order of group precedence.

1/2”

1/4”

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Miniature Decorations and Medals (Blue Dress Uniform only)

Example: Wearing miniature medals and three miniature combat and special skill badges from groups 1-5 in order of group precedence.

No marksmanship badges, driver or mechanic badges, unit awards, training or service ribbons when wearing miniatures.

1/2”

1/4”

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Useful websites:

Need help putting ribbons together in the proper order? This site will do it for you:

http://armyawards.com/awards.shtml

Download the latest copy of Army Regulation 670-1:

http://www.usapa.army.mil/

Want to find your unit crest, lineage, and honors? Guidons? Flags?

Visit The Institute of Heraldry:

https://www.perscom.army.mil/tagd/tioh/tioh.htm

For questions and answers about uniform wear, and the latest uniform changes:

http://www.odcsper.army.mil/default.asp?pageid=69f

New equipment, basic issue items, updates and latest changes:

http://www.forscom.army.mil/ocie/default.asp