View Full Version : Tailoring your uniforms? I was reading about Marine uniforms because I want to teach a class about Marine uniforms at my Sea Cadet unit. However I have some questions about the materials I have read. They say that your uniform may not be tailored to be form fitting. However I have seen DI's with tailored uniforms that have tight sleeves and shirts that dont bunch up near the waist. Are regular Marines not allowed to do this?
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Asked by Wiki User. During the winter season, commanders may, at their discretion, when the weather requires, authorize the service "C" uniform. This uniform may be worn as a uniform of the day and for leave or liberty, unless otherwise prescribed by the commander, and may be prescribed for formations at parades or ceremonies on and off the military activity. This uniform will not be worn for formal or semiformal social events. The green V-neck service sweater may be worn only as part of the service "B" uniform at the option of the individual. It will not be worn on those occasions when the wear of the service coat would be more appropriate.
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I have a Service "C" uniform inspection coming up. I just took out my short sleeve shirt from my uniform bag since having not worn them in the last 2. There are no creases, now I know I need creases for the sleeves but are there supposed to be creases in the front? If so it goes down the middle of the pocket the length of the shirt correct?
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