c. The fire resistant (FR) combat uniform in the Operation Enduring Freedom Camouflage Pattern (OEF-CP) may be worn until the wear out date of the UCP ACU. AR 25–30 for specific guidance. Suggested improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form. It’s Army Regulation (AR) and it’s a pretty big deal. Learn about the eight regulations that make boots Army compliant!.

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Long hair will be neatly and inconspicuously fastened or pinned above the lower edge of the collar except when worn in accordance with para 3—2a jexcept that bangs may be worn. Hair and Fingernail Standards and Grooming Policies. Sewn-on or pinned-on rank 671-1 worn on the sun hat.

Soldiers will not wear hydration systems in a garrison environment unless the commander has authorized it 7601-1 one of the situations described above.

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It is the responsibility of leaders at all levels to exercise good judgment when enforcing Army policy. Soldiers are not authorized to wear pinned on badges in a field or deployed environment. Mustaches will not present a chopped off or bushy appearance, and no portion of the mustache will cover the upper lip line, extend sideways beyond a vertical line drawn upward from the corners of the mouth see lines C and D of fig 3—1or extend above a parallel line at the lowest portion of aar nose see line B of fig 3—1.

The draw string will not be worn over the top of the sun arr.

When worn loose, graduated hair styles are acceptable, but the length, as measured from the end of the total hair length to the base of the collar, may not exceed 1 inch difference in length, from the front to the back. Foreign badges are not authorized for wear on the combat uniform. The right shoulder sleeve of the shirt is equipped with hook and loop for nametape and grade insignia. Braids, cornrows, or twists that distinctly protrude up or out from the head are not authorized. The knee pouch with hook-and-loop closure for internal knee pad inserts and bellowed calf storage pocket with the hook-and-loop closure on the left and right legs will be worn closed at all times.


Army tape or grade insignia is sewn on, then personnel must sew all three of these items on the uniform coat.

The requirements for hair regulations are to maintain uniformity within a military population for female Soldiers while in uniform, or in civilian clothes on duty, unless otherwise specified.

Sideburns will not be styled to taper, flair, or come to a point. If appropriate medical authority allows beard growth, the maximum length authorized for medical treatment must be specific. This shirt will only qr worn in a deployed or field environment, as approved wr the commander.

Army tape, name tape, rank, and all authorized badges as an option.

AR 670-1: 3-2. Hair and Fingernail Standards and Grooming Policies

These specifications can be found under Army Regulation At block-cut fullness in the back is permitted to a moderate degree, as long as the tapered look is maintained.

The sun hat will not be worn rolled, formed, shaped, blocked, or with an af brim. Sleeves will be worn down at all times not rolled or cuffed. Soldiers will wear the trousers tucked into the top of the boots or bloused using the draw strings at the bottom of the trousers or commercial blousing devices. Females will comply with the cosmetics policy while 6701–1 any military uniform or while in civilian clothes on duty. Those in CMF 18 who are filling a drill sergeant position will continue to wear the drill sergeant hat while assigned to a valid drill sergeant position and actively training Soldiers.

Only one distinctive style braided, rolled, or twisted may be worn at one time. When worn, wigs or hairpieces will conform to the standard haircut criteria, as stated within this regulation.

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In order ra wear the cap properly, the bottom edge all of the cap may be folded, but not rolled. Hair holding devices are authorized only for the purpose of securing the hair. If a nametape, U. The foliage green micro fleece cap or the black fleece cap is worn with the physical fitness uniform or combat uniform in field environments when the Army combat helmet is not worn, on work details, or in other environments where wearing the ra cap is impractical, as determined by the commander.


One of the areas addressed and changed are the requirements for boots.

The left shoulder sleeve is equipped with hook and loop for ad subdued U. This does not preclude wear of female undergarments or t-shirts currently 67001-1 for wear. When headgear is worn, hair should not protrude at distinct angles from under the edges. When braids, twists, or cornrows are not worn loosely and instead worn close to the scalp, they may stop at one consistent location of the head and must follow the natural direction of the hair when worn back, which is either in general straight lines following the shape of the head or flowing with the natural direction of the hair when worn back with one primary part in the hair see para 3—2a 1 c.

Faddish and exaggerated 6701-11, to include shaved portions of the scalp other than the neckline, designs cut in the hair, unsecured ponytails except during physical trainingand unbalanced or lopsided hairstyles are prohibited. Females may only wear clear polish when in uniform or while in civilian clothes on duty. Soldiers may wear the hood of the cold-weather coat at their option.

AR 670-1: Chapter 4: Combat Uniform Ensemble

Examples of hairstyles considered to be faddish or exaggerated and thus not authorized for wear while in uniform or in civilian clothes on duty include, but are not limited to zr sculpting eccentric texture or directional flow of any hairstyle to include spiking ; buns with loose hair extending at the end; hair styles qr severe angles or designs; and loose unsecured hair not to include bangs when medium and long hair are worn up.

Army tape, and nametape. Long hair is defined as hair length that extends beyond the lower edge of the collar. If worn, badges must be all sewn on or all pinned on; Soldiers are not authorized to mix sew-on badges with pin-on badges.