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What Regulation Covers Army Uniforms?

AR 670-1

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What does AR 670-1 Cover?

Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia

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Para 1-1
What does a Soldier’s appearance measure?

part of his or her Professionalism

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Para 1-1
What is a matter of personal pride for all Soldiers?

Proper wear of the Army uniform

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Para 1-1
Who has an individual responsibility for ensuring their appearance reflects the highest level of professionalism?

All Soldiers

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Para 1-1
Who has a responsibility for implementing and applying the standards contained in AR 670-1 and to ensure the best interests of the Army, including our shared traditions and customs?

Leaders, at all levels

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Para 1-5
Are Portions of AR 670-1 punitive?

Yes

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Para 1-5
What may happen if Soldiers Violate specific prohibitions and requirements of AR 670-1?

Violations may result in adverse administrative action and/or charges under the provis

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Para 1-5
Can Civilians wear the Army Uniform?

In accordance with Section 771, Chapter 45, Title 10, United States Code, no person except a member of the U.S. Army may wear the uniform

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Para 2-3
Who will Approve designs for distinctive unit insignia (DUI), regimental distinctive insignia (RDI), shoulder sleeve insignia (SSI), flags, and badges?

The Institute of Heraldry (TIOH)

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Para 2-3
Who can approve coats of arms, decorations, flags, streamers, agency seals, badges, and other types of insignia that are approved for use and/or display?

The Institute of Heraldry (TIOH)

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Para 2-3
Who can approve a new Design of a Guidon for a New Company, Battalion or BDE?

The Institute of Heraldry (TIOH)

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Para 2-6
Who is Exempt from policies in AR 670-1?

Only Those Units designated for ceremonial duties, such as the Old Guard and the U.S. Army Band, are exempt from the policy to wear the Army service, dress, or utility uniforms in the performance of ceremonial duties

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Para 2-6
Can Commanders or 1SG’s require individuals to purchase Optional uniform items?

No

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Para 2-6
Can Commanders or 1SG’s require individuals to purchase Required uniform items?

Yes they can require the purchase of current issued items of CTA 50-900

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Para 2-6
Why must Commanders conduct periodic inspections of Uniform Items?

To ensure Soldiers
1. possess the minimum quantities of uniforms and that uniforms fit properly and are serviceable
2. wear only authorized insignia and awards
3. wear only uniform and heraldic items produced by certified manufacturers, and they meet the specifications for quality and design

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Para 2-7
Who must Maintain their clothing bag items and any supplemental clothing items they are issued and ensure that their uniforms and insignia conform to AR 670-1?

All Enlisted Personnel

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Para 2-7
Who must ensure they Procure and maintain the uniforms and accessories appropriate to their assigned duties and ensure that their uniforms and insignia conform to specifications of DA Pam 670-1?

All Officers

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Para 3-1
Who will present a professional image at all times and will continue to set the example in military presence, both on and off duty?

All Soldiers

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Para 3-1
What does Pride in appearance include?

Includes Soldiers’ physical fitness and adherence to acceptable weight standards in accordance with AR 600–9

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Para 3-1
What is a vital ingredient of the Army’s strength and military effectiveness?

The pride and self discipline that American Soldiers bring to their Service through a conservative military image

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Para 3-1
Who is to ensure that military personnel under their command present a neat and soldierly appearance?

Commanders

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Para 3
What Chapter of AR 670-1 sets the Standards for Appearance and Grooming Standards?

Chapter 3

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Para 3-2
Are Hair and Fingernail Grooming Standards Punitive under UCMJ?

Yes

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Para 3-2
What is the purpose of Hair grooming standards?

It is necessary to maintain uniformity within a military population

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Para 3-2
What are the two determining factors of if a Hairstyle is acceptable?

Neat and Conservative

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Para 3-2
Who determines if a Hairstyle is considered Neat and Conservative?

Army Leaders

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Para 3-2
What should Leaders exercise in determining if a Hairstyle is Neat and Conservative?

Leaders at all levels to exercise good judgment when enforcing Army policy

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Para 3-2
Who will comply with hair, fingernail, and grooming policies while in any military uniform, or in civilian clothes on duty?

All Soldiers

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Para 3-2
How can Leaders judge the appropriateness of a particular hairstyle?

by the appearance of headgear when worn