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Class C Uniforms

Class C Dress Uniform: BDUClass C Uniforms: Battle Dress Uniforms (BDU)
This is normally considered the fourth highest level uniform forpurposes of Uniform of the Day planning. It is widely available at Army/Navy stores and via mail order, and is therefore the easiest uniform to obtain. The Flight Suit worn by Aerospace Personnel is the same as the Vehicle Crew Garment worn by Armor and Mecha personnel, the only difference being the latter has an extraction handle on the back.

Occasions for Wear:
1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.
2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired. The BDU is authorized for year-round wear by all personnel and is the normal service uniform for outdoor and/or tactical situations.

Composition: The top consists of a standard black BDU four pocket blouse with a gray T -shirt worn under it. The trousers are standard black BDU pants with cargo pockets. The material may be cotton (winter weight) or ripstop nylon (summer weight), but whatever material is used to make the shirt, the same must also be used to make the trousers, in order to present a standard appearance. The shirt is worn outside the trousers.

Belt: The black web belt is worn with the trousers, under the jacket. A black buckle may be worn when wearing subdued devices or insignia. A white or black pistol belt may be worn on the outside of the blouse as directed by local commanders. The white pistol belt should be reserved for dress use or to signify a marine on guard or watch duty.

Headgear: Either the black eight-point cover, the black beret, or Black ball cap with SFMC, BDE or Unit patch affixed may be worn.

Footwear: Boots are required. Trousers may be worn bloused or unbloused.

Insignia & accouterments:
Only the following items are authorized for wear on the BDU.

  1. Insignia of grade - Worn on the tip of both collars, centered from the edges and 1/2 inch from the point.
  2. SFMC Patch - Worn centered on the left shoulder, 1/2 inch below the shoulder seam.
  3. BDE Patch - Worn centered on the right shoulder, 1/2 inch below the shoulder
  4. Chapter/Ship Patch - If worn, is worn centered on the right breast pocket.
  5. Unit Patch - If worn, is worn centered on the left breast pocket.
  6. Name tape - Stitched with plain, sans-serif gold lettering - worn centered on the right pocket with the bottom of the tape flush with the top pocket flap seam and running from pocket edge to pocket edge.
  7. SFMC tape - Stitched with plain, sans-serif gold lettering - worn centered on the left pocket with the bottom of the tape flush with the top pocket flap seam and running from pocket edge to pocket edge.
  8. Distinctive Items - If the wearer is entitled to wear aviator wings, they may wear an embroidered wing insignia stitched 1/2 inch above the Combadge and centered on the SFMC tape.
  9. Combadge/Branch Badge - If worn, is worn one inch above the SFMC tape and centered on it.

Class C (Flight Suit):

Class C Dress Uniform: Flight SuitThis is normally considered the same level uniform as the BDU for purposes of Uniform of the Day planning. It is widely available at Army/Navy stores and via mail order, and is therefore the easiest uniform to obtain.


Occasions for Wear:
1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.

2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired. The Flight Suit is authorized for year-round wear by all Aerospace Branch personnel and is the normal service uniform for outdoor and/ or tactical situations.

Composition:
The Flight Suit is a standard black one-piece jumpsuit made from cotton, cotton blend, or NomexTM, with a gray T -shirt worn under it.

Belt: A black pistol belt may be worn on the outside of the flight suit as directed by local commanders.

Headgear: Either the black eight-point cover, the black beret, or black ball cap with SFMC, BDE or Unit patch affixed may be worn with the Flight Suit.

Footwear: Boots are required, although the suit legs are worn unbloused.

Insignia & accouterments:
Only the following items are authorized for wear on the Flight Suit.

  1. SFMC Patch - Worn centered on the left shoulder, 1/2 inch below the shoulder seam.
  2. BDE Patch - Worn centered on the right shoulder, 1/2 inch below the shoulder seam.
  3. Chapter/Ship Patch - If worn, is worn centered on the right breast pocket. A patch for the aircraft flown by the pilot may be worn in this position.
  4. Unit Patch - If worn, is worn centered on the left breast pocket.5. Name plate - A cloth or leather nameplate which includes the SFMC aviator wings (when authorized), full name, rank, and the letters “SFMC” may be worn on the left chest in the area of the suit designed for the plate.

Class C (Vehicle Crew Garment):

This is normally considered the same level uniform as the BDU for purposes of Uniform of the Day planning. It is widely available at Army/Navy stores and via mail order, and is therefore the easiest uniform to obtain.

Occasions for Wear:
1. On duty, as prescribed by local commanders.
2. On other appropriate occasions, as desired. The Vehicle Crew Garment is authorized for year - round wear by all Mecha and Armor Branch personnel and is the normal service uniform for outdoor and/or tactical situations.

Composition: The Vehicle Crew Garment is identical to the Flight Suit with the exception of an extraction handle sewn to the back of the suit between the shoulder blades. This handle should be 1-1/4 inch wide web belt material and sewn on in such a manner as to support the wearer’s weight in an emergency.