Dress Code

When we wear our JROTC uniforms we represent not only the US Army but soldiers that are currently serving on active duty. Uniform Standards:

        Male Cadets: Dark  Blue pants, light gray shirt ,white under shirt, black socks, belt buckle, black shoes, nametag, awards  (provided for the Cadet by JROTC)

      Female Cadets: Dark Blue pants, light gray shirt, white under shirt, black socks, belt buckle, black neck tab , black shoes, nametag (provided for the Cadet by JROTC)

** Wearing the uniform is part of your grade. It must be worn correctly each Wednesday. If a Cadet is absent on Wednesday then wear it on the day you return for full credit.

The proper way to wear the uniform and the guidelines follows:

 The gray shirt is tucked into the Blue pants.  The pants are worn within one inch of the navel.  Align the flap of the shirt with the flap of the pants fly (called the gig line). Then align the edge of the belt buckle with them.  This is called the gig-line.  Wipe the shoes off with a damp cloth after the day is over.  Female Cadets, make sure you button up your light gray shirt all the way. The black neck tab goes between the folds of your gray shirt around you neck.  

Females:

  •  No nail polish at all French tips are NOT ACCEPTED  in uniform 
  • HEADBANDS ARE NOT REGULATION AND CAN NOT BE WORN WITH THE UNIFORM

 

 

 

New regulation in pdf new-ar-changes 

 

 

 

 

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