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Uniform Assembly

An in-depth guide on how assemble your uniform.

Male Uniform Assembly

Male Uniform Assembly

Brass: Brass should be polished and cleaned when being properly displayed on your uniform. Remove the items from your jacket or the belt buckle from your pants before cleaning to avoid dammaging the jacket.

Shoes: Shoes should be free of any dirt or dust before each wear. Keep them nice and shiny. 

Grooming: Maintain your personal hygiene and practice good posture. Make sure you shave. You are allowed to have a mustache however, it must not exceed the witdh of your lip.

Ribbons: Ribbons should be put on ribbon bars as they read left to right on the ribbon paper. If you have any national awards, you can only wear the medal or the ribbon, not both.

Proper Wear: Ensure that your uniform is clean and pressed, you have a white t-shirt under your short sleeved shirt, and that you are wearing tall black socks. Maintain a proper gig-line (the imaganary line running down from the top the buttons on your blue shirt down to your trouser zipper) this line should remain straight. No earrings. 

If you would like to look deeper into uniform regulation, go HERE.

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Female Uniform Assembly

Mobirise

Brass: Brass should be polished and cleaned when being properly displayed on your uniform. Remove the items from your jacket or the belt buckle from your pants before cleaning to avoid dammaging the jacket.

Shoes: Shoes should be free of any dirt or dust before each wear. Keep them nice and shiny. 

Ribbons: Ribbons should be put on ribbon bars as they read left to right on the ribbon paper. If you have any national awards, you can only wear the medal or the ribbon, not both.

Proper Wear: Ensure that your uniform is clean and pressed, you have a white t-shirt under your short sleeved shirt, and that you are wearing tall black socks. Maintain a proper gig-line (the imaganary line running down from the top the buttons on your blue shirt down to your trouser zipper) this line should remain straight. Earrings must not exceed 1/4th inches and must be worn as a pair. 

If you would like to look deeper into uniform regulation, go HERE.

No ruler? No problem. You can print one from HERE.