Belts, web waist and buckles

Found in Section 27.2 Page 153

Applies to Gender Female



a. Belt, web waist, black tip.

1) Type. The black tip belt is a clothing bag issue item.

(2) Description. The belt is black cotton web or black woven elastic, with a black tip, and is 11⁄4 inches wide. (3) How worn.

(a) The black tip belt is worn with the black, open-faced buckle. It is worn so that the tipped end passes through the

buckle to the wearer’s left; the tipped end will not extend more than 2 inches beyond the edge of the buckle. The plain end of the belt may extend beyond the keeper portion of the inside of the buckle, as long as it is not visible when worn.

(b) All personnel will wear the black tip belt and black, open-faced buckle with utility uniforms that have belt loops. b. Belt, web waist, brass tip.

(1) Type. The brass tip belt is a clothing bag issue item.

(2) Description. The belt is black cotton web or black woven elastic, with a brass tip. The men’s belt is 11⁄4 inches

wide, and the women’s belt is 1 inch wide.

(3) How worn.

(a) The brass tip belt is worn only with the brass buckle. The belt is worn so that the tipped end passes through the

buckle to the wearer’s left for males, and the wearer’s right for females. The tipped end will extend beyond the end of the buckle so that only the brass tip is visible, and no fabric portion of the belt can be seen beyond the buckle. The plain end (no tip) of the belt may extend beyond the keeper portion of the inside of the buckle, as long as it is not visible when worn.

(b) Males wear the 11⁄4-inch brass tip belt and brass buckle with service and dress uniforms. Males may wear suspenders of a commercial design with dress uniforms, as long as they are not visible.

(c) Females wear the 1-inch brass tip belt with the service uniform when wearing slacks with the tuck-in version of the AG 415 shirt. Females are not required to wear a belt when wearing the overblouse with the slacks.

c. Buckle, belt, black, open-faced.

(1) Type. The buckle is a clothing bag issue item.

(2) Description. A black, opened-faced brass buckle, 1–11/16 inches long and 15⁄8 inches wide (see fig 27–1).

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(3) How worn. The buckle is attached to the end of the black web belt with the black tip, and is worn only with utility uniforms.

d. Buckle, belt, brass.

(1) Type. The buckle is a clothing bag issue item.

(2) Description. A brass buckle, 1–11/16 inches long and 15⁄8 inches wide for males; 11⁄8 inches by 2 inches for

females (see fig 27–2).

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(3) How worn. The buckle is attached to the end of the black web belt with the brass tip and is worn with service and dress uniforms.