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Description and Wear of Uniform Components

Article 3601.12a
Jacket, Fitness Suit, Navy

The Fitness Suit Jacket is fully lined with a mesh fabric and has a center-front zipper closure with back and underarm air vents.  The sleeves are designed to enhance movement and include partial elastic at the wrist.  There are two side pockets with zipper and flap closures located on the lower front and a hidden pocket with a zipper fastener on the right chest interior.  An adjustable interior waist draw-cord with barrel locks in the jacket pockets provides for waist adjustment.  Non-reflective gold heat transfer “NAVY” logos are placed on the left front chest area and on the back, centered above the yoke.
Correct Wear
The Fitness Suit Jacket will be worn squarely over the shoulders, sleeve fully extended and zipped three-fourths of the way up (closed).  The sleeve cuffs will extend over the wrist but not beyond the lower knuckle of the thumb.  When performing unit or group PT, the Fitness Suit Jacket will be worn over the PTU shirt.
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