Slacks, Army blue

Found in Section 21.7 Page 108

Applies to Gender Female

a. Design. The slacks will be made from an approved specification or pattern.

b. General description. The slacks are straight-legged with slightly flared bottoms and a zipper front closure on the center front. The slacks have two side pockets.

c. Slack leg ornamentation. Ornamental braid is worn on each outside seam of the slack leg, from the bottom of the waistband to the bottom of slack leg, as follows:

(1) General officers have two 1⁄2-inch two-vellum gold, synthetic metallic gold, or gold-colored nylon or rayon braids, spaced 1⁄2 inch apart.

(2) All other officers have one 1-inch two-vellum gold, synthetic metallic gold, or gold-colored nylon or rayon braid.

(3) Enlisted personnel have one 1-inch gold-colored nylon or rayon braid.

d. Personnel will not wear the Army blue slacks for social functions. They are approved for wear by selected females (such as, but not limited to, band, honor guard, and female chaplains), in the performance of their daily duties where the Army blue uniform slacks are more appropriate than the Army blue skirt.