Composition and classification

Found in Section 4.2 Page 22

Applies to Gender Female

a. Material composition. Fabric is 100 percent ripstop cotton (old fabric blend), or a 50/50 nylon and cotton ripstop poplin (new fabric blend).

b. Uniform composition.

(1) Beret (para 3–2b(1)).

(2) Cap, patrol (formerly BDU) (para 3–2b(2)).

(3) Coat, cold weather, camouflage pattern (para 3–2a(1)).

(4) Coat, maternity, woodland camouflage pattern. A single-breasted coat style design with a collar, two patch

pockets with flaps, a straight-cut bottom, sleeve tabs, and pleated side-body panels with take-up tabs.

(5) Trousers, maternity, woodland camouflage pattern. The trousers have a front stretch panel with an elasticized

waistband and side pockets, with flaps on both legs.

c. Accessories. The following accessories are normally worn with this uniform.

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

(2) Chaplain’s apparel (para 27–7)

(3) Coat, black all weather (para 27–8). (See para 4–5d for wear policy.)

(4) Gloves, black, leather shell, with inserts (para 27–12a).

(5) Handbags.

(a) Black, clutch type, optional purchase (para 27–13a).

(b) Black, shoulder (para 27–13d).

(6) Hat, drill sergeant (para 27–14a).

(7) Military Police accessories (para 27–16).

(8) Neckgaiter (para 27–17).

(9) Scarves.

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

(b) Olive-green 208 (para 27–21b).

(10) Socks, black, cushion sole (para 27–24a).

(11) Undergarments (para 27–28).

(12) Undershirt, brown (para 27–28e).

(13) Organizational clothing and equipment, as determined by the commander, according to CTA 50–900.

(14) Personal hydration systems, as determined by the commander.

d. Classification. The maternity work uniform is an organizationally issued utility and field uniform. The beret is an

organizational issue item. DA Pam 710–2–1 governs turn-in and reissue of the beret.