Description and Wear of Uniform Components


Article 3501.1
All-Weather Coat, Single Breasted

a.  Description.  A black, single-breasted, beltless, water repellent coat made of 65% polyester/35% cotton poplin fabric (figure 3501.1-1). The coat has epaulets, tabs on cuffs, and a zip-out lining.  Women's coats button to the left and men's coats button to the right.
b.  Correct Wear.  Button all buttons except the collar button.  Collar button may be buttoned in inclement weather.  When wearing the All-Weather Coat, the clear plastic combination cap rain cover may be worn.  Sleeves should extend between the wrist and lower thumb knuckle when arms are down at the side.  Nametags are not authorized for wear.  For Officer Insignia refer to article 4103, CPO insignia refer to article 4213 and E1-E6 insignia refer to article 4227.

c.  Ownership Markings (Optional for Officers/CPOs).  Inside on lining, 3 inches below collar seam, and inside on outer shell on manufacturer's tag, 5 inches from bottom left front.
Note.  Single Breasted All-Weather Coats are authorized for wear until 1 October 2020 as a navy uniform component.
Figure 3501.1
All-Weather Coat,
Single Breasted
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