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  • Class A uniform rules

    Question to those with more knowledge. Last weekend I saw a guy at a wedding wearing his Class A uniform. He was not in the ceremony or anything. Later, talking to him he said that he didn't have a clean suit and that he just wore that instead. I didn't want to ask him but what are the rules regarding wearing the uniform?

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    Read AR 670-1.


    But yes, you can. But I believe it has to be the fancy version with the bowtie isntead of a tie, and the white dress shirt

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      From AR 670-1

      [QUOTE]154. Occasions for wear
      a. The Army green service uniform (class A) and authorized variations (class B) are authorized for wear by all male
      personnel when on duty, off duty, or during travel. [B]These uniforms also are acceptable for informal social functions
      after retreat, unless the host prescribes other uniforms.[/B]
      b. The following are appropriate occasions for enlisted personnel to wear the Army green dress uniform.
      (1) At social functions of a private or official nature, either before or after retreat, and while in transit to and from
      such functions. Otherwise, it is not authorized for travel.
      (2) When designated by the host.[/QUOTE]

      Yes he was authorized to wear the uniform.

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