When wear of awards is prohibited.

Found in Section 29.4 Page 266

Applies to Gender Both

The wear of awards is prohibited in the following circumstances.

a. On any uniform other than those authorized in this regulation. (See section 704, title 18, United States Code (18

USC 704) for the penalty for unauthorized wear of the uniform.)

b. When serving a sentence of confinement.

c. When wearing civilian clothing, except for civilian awards, lapel buttons, or rosettes intended for wear with

civilian clothing. Soldiers may wear miniature medals on formal civilian attire at formal social functions, when the wear of the Army uniform is inappropriate or not authorized.