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Title: BLUEJACKETS MANUAL


1
BLUEJACKETS MANUAL
  • CHAPTER 3
  • UNIFORMS

2
UNIFORM OF THE DAY
  • Prescribed by local area coordinator
  • Normally posted in the Plan of the Day (POD)
  • U. S. Navy Uniform Regulations (NAVPERS 15665)
    describes what makes up various uniforms
  • Different Uniforms prescribed for Officers/CPOs
    and Enlisted

3
UNIFORMS ENLISTED MEN (E1- E6)
  • Service Dress Blue When in doubt uniform.
    Consists of Jumper, Bell-bottomed trousers,
    neckerchief, white hat and black shoes. Also
    worn with ribbons
  • Service Dress White Same as Service Dress Blue
    except trouser and jumper are white.
  • Full Dress Blue/White Full Sized Medals
    substituted for ribbons. Ribbons without
    corresponding medals worn on right side.

4
UNIFORMS ENLISTED MEN (E1- E6)
  • Dinner Dress Blue or White Miniature medals
    worn in lieu of large ones on service dress blue
    uniform.
  • Ribbons are not worn on right side.
  • Alternate version Consists of short waist
    dinner jacket, evening trousers, formal dress
    shirt, silver cuff links, bow tie and cummerbund
    and miniature medals.

5
UNIFORMS ENLISTED MEN (E1- E6)
  • Summer White Alternative to Service-Dress White
    when less formality required. Short sleeve white
    shirt, white trousers, white belt with pewter
    buckle and tip, white hat, black shoes and socks.
    Ribbons worn on left side.
  • Tropical White White shorts and knee socks worn
    with summer white.

6
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED MEN (E1- E6)
  • Winter Blue Standard trousers, flap pocketed
    shirt with black tie, black shoes and black
    socks. Can be worn with garrison cap or white
    hat. Ribbons are also worn.
  • Winter working blue Same uniform as Winter blue
    without tie and ribbons.
  • Utilities Worn when performing tasks that is
    likely to soil clothing. Utility trousers with
    light-blue, long sleeved utility shirt, black web
    belt with pewter buckle, blue baseball cap and
    black steel-

7
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED MEN (E1- E6)
  • Toed safety shoes and socks.
  • Tropical utilities Change the utility trousers
    to shorts and add black knee socks for tropical
    working conditions.

8
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED WOMEN (E-1 THROUGH E-6)
  • Service Dress Blue Blue Coat, unbelted skirt,
    white short-sleeved shirt, black neck tab,
    combination cap or black beret, black dress shoes
    and fleshtone hose. Blue, unbelted slacks may be
    prescribed for wear instead of skirt. Ribbons
    are also worn.
  • Service Dress White White skirt with jumper,
    white undershirt, combination cap or beret,
    neckerchief, fleshtone hose and black shoes.
    White slacks may be prescribed. Ribbons,

9
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED WOMEN (E-1 THROUGH E-6)
  • Full Dress (Blue or White) Worn for formal
    occasions. Full sized medals substituted for
    ribbons on left side of Service-Dress White or
    Blue. Ribbons that do not have corresponding
    large medals are worn on the right side of
    jumper.
  • Dinner Dress (Blue or White) When evening wear
    is required. Substitute miniature medals. No
    ribbons worn. Optional uniform is dinner jacket
    (both white and blue), floor length skirt, formal
    dress shirt, dress neck tab, black cummerbund,

10
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED WOMEN (E-1 THROUGH E-6)
  • Black dress handbag, black formal shoes and
    miniature medals.
  • Summer White Alternative to Service-dress
    white, used for office work, watch-standing or
    business ashore. Short-sleeved white shirt with
    flap pockets, white skirt (white slacks may be
    prescribed), white belt with pewter buckle,
    combination cover

11
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED WOMEN (E-1 THROUGH E-6)
  • Or black beret, fleshtone hose, black shoes and
    ribbons.
  • Tropical white Worn in extremely warm climate,
    substitute white shorts and knee socks with
    summer white uniform.
  • Winter Blue blue, flap-pocketed shirt with
    black neck tab, blue skirt (slacks may be
    prescribed), black belt with pewter tip and
    buckle, fleshtone hose, black shoes and either
    combination cover

12
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED WOMEN (E-1 THROUGH E-6)
  • Or black beret or blue garrison cap. Ribbons are
    also worn.
  • Winter Working Blue Remove neck tab and ribbons
    from winter blue uniform.
  • Utilities When performing work that is likely
    to soil clothing. Utility trousers, light-blue,
    short or long sleeved utility shirt, black web
    belt with pewter buckle, blue baseball cap and
    black steel-toed safety shoes and socks.

13
UNIFORMS FOR ENLISTED WOMEN (E-1 THROUGH E-6)
  • Tropical Utilities Change the utility trousers
    to shorts, the shirt to short-sleeves and add
    black knee socks. Used for tropical working
    conditions.

14
UNIFORMS FOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER/OFFICERS
  • Male Officers and Chiefs do not wear the
    traditional Crackerjacks, but instead wear
    straight-legged trousers and jackets (called
    blouses) with a white shirt and black tie for
    Service Dress Blue. Female Officers and Chiefs
    wear the same Service Dress Blue Uniform.
  • Service Dress Whites are the same for both male
    and female as the summer white uniform for E-6
    and below except white shoes are worn.
  • Full Dress and Dinner Dress Whites for males

15
UNIFORMS FOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER/OFFICERS
  • Includes a choker style blouse with white
    trousers and white shoes.
  • Most of the uniforms worn by female Officers and
    CPOs are modified versions of the uniforms worn
    by E-1 through E-6.
  • The working uniform and uniform for less formal
    occasions consists of khaki trousers and shirt
    with combination cover or optional garrison cap.
    Black or brown shoes and socks are worn. A skirt
    may be worn in lieu of trousers for females.

16
COVERS
  • Covers are rarely worn indoors.
  • The white hat dixie cup is the standard cover
    worn by E-6 and below males with jumper-style
    uniform, summer whites, winter blue and winter
    working blue uniforms.
  • Enlisted women wear a combination cover or black
    beret.
  • Garrison cap may be worn by both male and female
    E-6 and below with the winter blue and winter
    working blue uniform.

17
COVERS
  • A baseball style cap is worn by both male and
    female E-6 and below with the utility uniform.
    The ballcap will either have the word NAVY on the
    front in gold letters or the name and insignia of
    the command.
  • Ballcaps may also be worn with service uniforms
    on or in the immediate vicinity of the command
    work-centers.

18
COVERS
  • Male officers and CPOs wear either combination
    cover or garrison style cap.
  • Female officers and CPOs wear covers similar to
    E-6 and below.
  • Ballcaps may be worn as prescribed for E-6 and
    below.

19
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Nonrated enlisted personnel wear stripes as
    indicated below
  • E-1 No stripes worn
  • E-2 Two diagonal stripes worn on the upper
    left sleeve.
  • E-3 Three diagonal stripes worn on the
    upper left sleeve.
  • Seamen and Seamen Apprentices wear white stripes
    on blue uniforms and blue stripes on white
    uniforms.

20
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Firemen and Firemen Apprentices wear red stripes
    on all uniforms.
  • Airmen and Airmen Apprentices wear green stripes
    on all uniforms.
  • Hospitalmen and Hospitalman Apprentices wear a
    specialty mark (a medical caduceus) above their
    stripes. Both speciality mark and stripes are
    white on blue uniforms and dark blue on white
    uniforms.
  • Dentalmen and Dentalmen Apprentices wear a
    specialty mark (a medical caduceus with a

21
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Superimposed D) above their stripes. Both
    specialt mark and the stripes are white on blue
    uniforms and dark blue on white uniforms.
  • Apprenticeship Training Graduates wear either
    Seaman/Fireman/Airman symbols until they are
    designated.
  • Striker Marks Once designated members wear
    rating specialty above stripes to replace
    apprenticeship marking.

22
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Petty Officers wear on their upper left sleeve a
    rating badge with three parts
  • a. An eagle with up-raised wings and its head
    facing right (crow).
  • b. One or more V-Shaped stripes called
    chevrons which tell the individuals paygrade.
  • c. Between the eagle and chevrons a
    specialty mark representing the members rating.
  • All three parts of the rating badge are dark blue

23
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • When worn on white uniforms.
  • When worn on blue uniforms the specialty mark and
    eagle are white and the chevrons are red. The
    exception is when an individual who serves for 12
    consecutive years or more under conditions of
    good conduct wears gold chevrons instead of red
    and the eagle and specialty mark are silver
    instead of white.

24
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Chief Petty Officers Add an arc (also known as
    a rocker) that connects the ends of the top
    chevron and passes over the specialty mark on the
    rating badge.
  • Senior Chiefs add a star centered above the eagle
  • Master Chiefs add two stars symmetrically
    arranged above the eagle.

25
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • On winter blue and khaki uniforms,
    Chiefs/Senior/Master wear metal collar devices
    instead of rating badges.
  • Collar devices are a miniaturized version of the
    device chiefs wear on their covers with a gold
    anchor with silver block letters USN centered
    on the shank of the anchor. One or two silver
    stars are added above the

26
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Anchor to distinguish E-8s and E-9s.
  • Soft shoulder boards are worn by E-7 through E-9
    on white dress shirts and black V-neck sweaters.
  • The MCPON replaces the specialty mark with a gold
    star and wears three gold stars above the eagle.
    A third star is added to the collar device as
    well.

27
RATING DEVICES ENLISTED
  • Force Master Chiefs (F/MC)replace their specialty
    marks with a gold star and wear two gold stars
    above the eagle on their rating badges.
  • Command Master Chiefs (C/MC) replace the
    specialty mark with a silver star and wear two
    silver stars above the eagle on their rating
    badges.
  • There is no change in collar devices for FM/C or
    CM/Cs.

28
RANK DEVICES OFFICERS
  • On full, dinner, and service-dress blue uniforms
    gold stripes are worn on both lower sleeves.
  • On overcoats and white uniforms officers wear
    shoulder boards with the same blue stripes they
    wear on blue uniforms.
  • Female officers wear gold stripes on the sleeves
    of their full, dinner and service-dress white
    uniforms.
  • On khaki and winter blue uniforms officers wear
    metal collar devices.
  • A soft version of the shoulder board is worn on

29
RANK DEVICES OFFICERS
  • White dress shirts and sweaters.
  • Navy and Coast Guard wear similar shoulder boards
    and sleeve markings.
  • The collar devices worn for other services are
    virtually the same as for Naval Officers.
  • Stars worn above the stripes on shoulder boards
    and sleeve markings indicate an officer is known
    as a line officer, which means they are
    eligible for command of line units.
    (Ships/squadrons)

30
RANK DEVICES OFFICERS
  • Staff corps officers wear different symbols above
    their stripes to indicate which staff corps they
    belong to (medical, dental, JAG, Chaplain).
  • Metal versions of the staff specialty device are
    worn on the left collar with the rank device on
    the right.
  • Line officers wear rank devices on both collars.
  • Warrant officers wear special symbols above their
    stripes similar to staff corps officers.

31
UNIT IDENTIFICATION MARKS
  • Unit Identification Marks (UIMs) are arched
    shaped black patches approximately five inches
    long and half an inch high with ¼ letters
    spelling the command name of the command or unit.
  • Worn on the right sleeve of shirts, jumpers and
    jackets (both blues and whites but not dungarees
    for E-1 through E-6.
  • They are sewn on 3/8 below the stitching that
    joins the sleeve to the rest of the garment.

32
SERVICE STRIPES
  • Service stripe (hashmarks) indicate how long a
    member has been in the service.
  • Each stripe signifies 4 years of service active
    or reserve or combination.
  • Diagonal stripes worn on the left sleeve below
    the rating badge by all enlisted personnel who
    have earned them.
  • Service stripes are red when worn on blue
    uniforms and Navy blue when worn on white
    uniforms.

33
SERVICE STRIPES
  • Enlisted personnel with a total of 12 years of
    active duty or drilling reserve service who have
    fulfilled the requirements for successive awards
    of the Good Conduct Medal or Naval Reserve
    Meritorious Service Medal change the color of
    their Rating Badge and Service Stripes to Gold.

34
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
  • Medals are metal pendants hung from pieces of
    cloth.
  • Ribbons are rectangular pieces of colored cloth 1
    ½ inches long and 3/8 inches high.
  • Medals always come with a ribbon, but some awards
    consist of only a ribbon and do not come with a
    medal.
  • The term award is used to describe any medal,
    ribbon or attachment.
  • Decoration is used to describe an award given to

35
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
  • An individual for a specific act of gallantry or
    meritorious service.
  • Medals are only worn on very formal occasions
    when prescribed uniform is full dress.
  • Miniature versions of medals are worn with dinner
    dress uniforms.
  • Ribbons are worn on summer and tropical white,
    winter blue and service dress blue and white
    uniforms.
  • Ribbons are not worn on working uniforms.

36
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
  • Your first ribbon is worn centered ¼ above your
    left breast pocket.
  • As you add ribbons build them in rows of threes.
  • For numbers not divisible by three the uppermost
    row contains the lesser number with the extra one
    or two ribbons centered over the row beneath.
  • On full-dress occasions when wearing medals you
    should line them up in rows of three, side by
    side or you may put five in a row if you overlap
    them.
  • Awards having only ribbons should be worn

37
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
  • On the right breast pocket when full-sized medals
    are worn.
  • Do not wear ribbons when wearing miniature
    medals.
  • If you earn the same award more than once you
    will wear a special metal attachment that goes on
    the original medal or ribbon.
  • Precedence for wear of awards can be found in the
    Uniform Regulations manual.

38
WARFARE AND OTHER QUALIFICATION INSIGNIA
  • Metal pins attached to the uniform.
  • May be embroidered or stenciled on utility and
    coverall uniforms.
  • Designate specialty in a particular warfare area
    or a special qualification.
  • Worn on left breast over ribbons/medals.
  • You may wear a maximum of two, one above ribbons
    and one below.

39
Identification Badges
  • Worn by personnel in certain unique assignments
    such as White House, Recruiter, Career Counselor.
  • Refer to Navy Uniform Regulations for proper wear.

40
MISCELLANEOUS UNIFORM ITEMS
  • Aiguillettes Colored cords worn by Navy
    personnel who are serving as attaches, aides to
    high-ranking officials, recruit division
    commanders, members of U.S. Navy Ceremonial Team
    and various other specialized duties. Aides to
    the President, Vice-President and foreign heads
    of state, as well as other various White House
    aides, all wear their aiguillettes on the right
    shoulder. All others are worn of their left.
  • Brassards Bands of cloth, suitably marked with
    symbols, letters, or words, indicating a
    temporary

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MISCELLANEOUS UNIFORM ITEMS
  • Duty to which the wearer is assigned, such as
    Officer of the Day (OOD), Junior Officer of the
    Day (JOOD), Master-at-Arms (MAA), Shore Patrol
    (SP).
  • Worn on the right arm, midway between shoulder
    and elbow, on outer garments.
  • Name Tags Worn on right breast but not worn
    when medals are prescribed.

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MISCELLANEOUS UNIFORM ITEMS
  • Jewelry and Accessories Tie clasps, cufflinks
    and shirt studs are prescribed for certain
    uniforms.
  • One ring may be worn per hand in addition to a
    wedding ring.
  • One wristwatch and one bracelet may be worn.
  • Necklace may be worn but cannot be visible.
  • Enlisted women may wear small silver ball (1/4
    post or screw) earrings with brushed matte finish
    while in uniform.

43
MISCELLANEOUS UNIFORM ITEMS
  • Officers and CPOs wear gold with a brushed matte
    finish.
  • Small, single-pearled earrings are authorized for
    wear with dinner and formal-dress uniforms.
  • Men may not wear earrings while in uniform.

44
OWNERSHIP MARKINGS
  • Uniform components of all E-1 through E-6
    personnel must be marked with the owners name
    and the last four digits of his or her social
    security number.
  • White markers are used on all dark-blue uniforms.
  • Black markers are used on white uniform articles
    and utility shirts.
  • Some uniform components have label areas for you
    to use. On others you have to use a stencil cut
    with half inch high letters and numbers.New

45
OWNERSHIP MARKINGS
  • Selling or trading of uniform articles is not
    normally authorized.
  • The Commanding Officer may authorize the transfer
    of clothing under special circumstances.
  • When articles of clothing are transferred the
    name of the former owner is stamped over with
    D.C. (discarded clothing) and the new owners
    name placed above, below, or next to it, whatever
    fits.

46
GROOMING STANDARDS MEN
  • Should be neat, clean and presentable at all
    times
  • Hair should not exceed four inches in length,
    never touch the collar or ear, and should be
    tapered around the sides and neck.
  • The hair on top of your head, after you have
    combed it should not exceed more than two inches
    above the scalp.
  • You may have only one part, and plaited or
    braided hair may not be worn with your uniform.
  • Sideburns must be neat, trimmed and end at the

47
GROOMING STANDARDS MEN
  • Middle of the ear in a clean-shaven horizontal
    line with no flare.
  • Beards are not permitted except when medically
    authorized, and then only until the problem
    clears up.
  • Mustaches must be trimmed and neat and cannot
    exceed below the top line of your upper lip, and
    not allowed to extend more than ¼ beyond the
    corners of the mouth.

48
GROOMING STANDARDS MEN
  • Fingernails must be kept clean and may not exceed
    beyond the tips of your fingers.

49
GROOMING STANDARDS WOMEN
  • Hair must be kept clean, neatly arranged,
    professional in appearance and no longer than the
    lower edge of the collar.
  • In the case of the white jumper which has no
    collar, hair should not exceed more than 1 ½
    below the top of the jumper flap.
  • Hair must not interfere with the wearing of any
    covers and must not show under the front brim.
  • Pigtails and ponytails are not authorized.
  • You may wear french braids or have a multiple

50
GROOMING STANDARDS WOMEN
  • Braided hairstyle, but you should read details in
    Uniform Regulations before doing so.
  • No foreign material may be braided into your hair
    (beads or other decorative items).
  • Rubber bands, bobbypins and one or two small
    barrettes, combs, or clips may be used provided
    they are similar to hair color.
  • Hairnets may only be worn for specific duty such
    as in hospitals or galleys.
  • When wearing cosmetics keep in mind a natural

51
GROOMING STANDARDS WOMEN
  • appearance is the goal.
  • Artificial, exaggerated or faddish cosmetics are
    to be avoided.
  • Lipstick and fingernail-polish colors must be
    conservative.
  • Long false eyelashes are not authorized.
  • Fingernails may not exceed ¼ beyond fingertips.
  • You may have pierced ears for earrings (one per
    ear) but no other body piercing is permitted.
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