Items normally worn with the Army green uniform

Found in Section 15.10 Page 71

Applies to Gender Male

a. Accessories. The following accessories are worn with the Army green uniform:

(1) Belt, black web, with brass tip (para 27–2b).

(2) Boots, combat, leather, black (only when bloused trousers are authorized; not authorized with the enlisted Army

green dress uniform) (para 27–3).

(3) Buckle, solid brass (para 27–2d).

(4) Buttons (para 27–4).

(5) Cap, cold-weather, AG shade 489 (only when wearing the black all-weather coat or black windbreaker) (para

27–5).

(6) Chaplain’s apparel (para 27–7).

(7) Coat, black all-weather (para 27–8).

(8) Gloves, black, leather, unisex, dress (only when worn with the class A, Army enlisted green dress uniform, black

all-weather coat, or windbreaker) (para 27–12b).

(9) Hat, drill sergeant (not authorized with the enlisted Army green dress uniform) (para 27–14b).

(10) Judge’s apparel (para 27–15).

(11) Military police accessories (not authorized with the enlisted Army green dress uniform) (para 27–16). (12) Neckties.

(a) Black, bow (only with the enlisted Army green dress uniform) (para 27–19a).

(b) Black, four-in-hand (para 27–19c).

(13) Scarf, black (only with black all-weather coat or windbreaker) (para 27–21a).

(14) Shirt, white (only with the enlisted Army green dress uniform) (para 27–22c).

(15) Shoes, oxford, black, and overshoes (paras 27–23c and 27–20).

(16) Socks.

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

(b) Black, dress (para 27–24b).

(17) Sweater, unisex cardigan, black (para 27–26a).

(18) Sweater, pullover, black (para 27–26c).

(19) Undershirt, white (para 27–28f).

(20) Windbreaker, black (only with class B uniform) (para 27–30).

b. Insignia, awards, badges, and accouterments worn on the Army green uniform (class A and B) and the enlisted

Army green dress uniform. Note the following exceptions:

(1) Aiguillette, service (officers only) (not authorized on the class B uniform) (para 28–25).

(2) Brassards (not authorized on the enlisted Army green dress uniform) (para 28–29).

(3) Branch of service scarves (not authorized on the enlisted Army green dress uniform) (para 28–20).

(4) Fourragere/lanyards (not authorized on the class B uniform) (para 29–11).

(5) Distinctive items for infantry personnel (para 28–30).

(6) Branch insignia (not authorized on the class B uniform) (paras 28–10 and 28–12a).

(7) U.S. insignia (not authorized on the class B uniform) (para 28–4).

(8) Insignia of grade (paras 28–5, 28–6, and 28–7).

(9) Headgear insignia (para 28–3).

(10) Distinctive unit insignia (DUI) (not authorized on the enlisted Army green dress uniform and the class B

uniform) (para 28–22).

(11) Regimental distinctive insignia (RDI) (para 28–23).

(12) Combat leaders identification (not authorized on the class B uniform or enlisted Army green dress uniform)

(para 28–21).

(13) OCS/WOC insignia (paras 28–14 and 28–15).

(14) Shoulder sleeve insignia, current organization, full color (not authorized on the class B uniform) (para 28–16). (15) Shoulder sleeve insignia, former wartime service, full color (not authorized on the class B uniform) (para

28–17).

(16) Nameplate (para 28–24c).

(17) Organizational flash (para 28–31a).

(18) Airborne background trimming (para 28–31b).

(19) Overseas service bars (not authorized on the class B uniform) (para 28–28).

(20) Service stripes (enlisted personnel only; not authorized on the class B uniform) (para 28–27).

(21) Decorations and service medal ribbons (soldiers may not wear miniature medals on the enlisted Army green

dress uniform; they may wear full-size or miniature medals on the class B uniform) (paras 29–7, 29–8, and 29–9). (22) Unit awards (para 29–11).

(23) U.S. badges (identification, marksmanship, combat, and special skill) (cloth special skill and marksmanship

badges and tabs are not authorized on the class B uniform; full, miniature, and dress miniature badges are authorized on the class B uniform) (paras 29–13, 29–16, and 29–18).

(24) Foreign badges (para 29–19).

c. Insignia authorized for wear with the class B uniform.

(1) Same as paragraph 15–10b, except that the distinctive unit insignia (DUI), branch and U.S. insignia, sew-on

insignia, and combat leaders identification are not authorized for wear.

(2) The DUI is authorized for wear on the black pullover sweater. If no DUI is authorized, then the RDI is worn

(para 28–23b(1)). Recruiters will wear the recruiting badge in lieu of the DUI or RDI.