Composition and classification

Found in Section 10.2 Page 48

Applies to Gender Male

a. Material composition.

(1) White, cotton and polyester, durable press.

(2) Black, polyester, durable press.

b. Uniform composition.

(1) The male food service utility uniform comprises the following items:

(a) Smock, men’s, medical assistant’s (see para 8–2b(1)).

(b) Trousers, men’s, medical assistant’s (see para 8–2b(3)).

(2) The garrison food service supervisor uniform comprises the following items.

(a) Shirt, white dress. Commercial, short-sleeved shirt with a left chest pocket and a front button closure (local

procurement according to CTA 50–900).

(b) Trousers, men’s, food service, black. Commercial straight-legged trousers with two front slash pockets, two back

patch pockets, and a front zipper closure with belt loops (local procurement according to CTA 50–900).

c. Accessories. The following accessories are normally worn with the food service utility uniforms.

(1) Belt, web, with open-faced black buckle (food service uniform), and belt, web, with brass buckle (food service

supervisor) (para 27–2).

(2) Coats.

(a) Black, all weather (para 27–8).

(b) Coat, cold weather, woodland camouflage pattern (BDU field jacket) (para 3–2b(3)).

(3) Footwear.

(a) Boots, combat, leather, black (para 27–3).

(b) Shoes, oxford, black (para 27–23c).

(4) Gloves.

(a) Black leather shell with inserts (para 27–12a).

(b) Black, leather, dress, unisex (para 27–12b).

(5) Headgear.

(a) Beret, (para 3–2b(1)).

(b) Cap, service, cold weather, AG 489 (only with the black all-weather coat) (para 27–5).

(6) Scarves.

(a) Black (only with the black overcoat) (para 27–21a).

(b) Olive-green 208 (only with the BDU jacket) (para 27–21b).

(7) Socks.

(a) Black, cushion sole (worn with boots only) (para 27–24a).

(b) Black, dress (para 27–24b).

(8) Sweater, black unisex cardigan (para 27–26a) and black pullover (para 27–26c) (only with food service

supervisor uniform).

(9) Sweater, white unisex cardigan (para 27–26b) (only with food service utility uniform).

(10) Undergarments (para 27–28).

(11) Undershirts, white (para 27–28f).

(12) Windbreaker (para 27–30).

(13) Smock, food inspector’s, and other organizational clothing and equipment as determined by the commander,

according to CTA 50–900 and CTA 50–970.

d. Classification. The food service utility and food service supervisor uniforms are organizationally issued utility

uniforms. However, soldiers retain these uniforms for as long as they are assigned to food service duties. The beret is an organizational issue item. DA Pam 710–2–1 governs turn-in and reissue of the beret.