Male Enlisted (E1-E6)
Working Uniform
Coveralls


 

BASIC UNIFORM COMPONENTS

ARTICLE

 

 

Coveralls

3501.18

Boot, Black, Leather 9"

3603.8

Socks, Black

3501.78

Undershirt, Cotton, Crewneck

3603.2

Undershorts

3501.102

Belt, Black, w/Silver Clip

3501.2

Buckle, Silver

3501.7

Name Tape

3101.5

 

 

PRESCRIBABLE ITEMS

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

OPTIONAL ITEMS

 

 

 

Cap, Ball 7 

3501.8

Earmuffs (w/outer garment only)

3501.22

Gloves, Black Non-Leather

3501.24

Mockneck

3603.7

 

 

OCCASION FOR WEAR 

 

 

 

The Navy blue coverall is designated as a dirty work component worn to perform work that would otherwise soil other Navy uniforms while performing the same task.  Wearing of the Navy blue coveralls is limited to the immediate area of assignment in which the work is to be performed.
 
Commanding Officers can authorize the wear of Navy blue coveralls ashore in environments that place an excessive amount of wear on working uniforms.  This policy does not alleviate the command's responsibility to procure coveralls for work in areas that are likely to permanently soil and prematurely destroy the uniform.


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Note:  The blue undershirt
is no longer authorized
for wear as of 1 OCT 2019

 

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