AR 6701-1 PDF

c. The fire resistant (FR) combat uniform in the Operation Enduring Freedom Camouflage Pattern (OEF-CP) may be worn until the wear out date of the UCP ACU. AR 25–30 for specific guidance. Suggested improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form. It’s Army Regulation (AR) and it’s a pretty big deal. Learn about the eight regulations that make boots Army compliant!.

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That goes for our Series and Series boots too. Wigs, if worn in uniform or in civilian clothes on duty, must look natural and conform to this regulation. The elbow pouch with hook-and-loop closure for internal elbow pad inserts must be closed at all times.

At figs 3—1 and 3—2.

AR Chapter 4: Combat Uniform Ensemble –

Long hair will be neatly and inconspicuously fastened or pinned above the lower edge of the collar except when worn in accordance with para 3—2a jexcept that bangs may be worn.

A single pony tail centered on the back of the head is authorized in physical fitness uniforms only when within the scope of physical training, except when considered a safety hazard. No other type of hair covering is authorized in lieu of the hairnet. Army Sergeants Major Academy. The following insignia and accouterments are authorized for wear on the combat uniform: The regulations for the wear of bangs detailed in paragraph 3—2a aapply.

However, when the hood is not worn, Soldiers will tuck the hood into the jacket with the zipper closed. Females will not wear shades of lipstick that distinctly contrast with the natural color of their lips, that detract from the uniform, or that are faddish, eccentric, or exaggerated.

AR 670-1: 3-2. Hair and Fingernail Standards and Grooming Policies

If a nametape, U. All Soldiers will comply with hair, fingernail, and grooming policies while in any military uniform, or in civilian clothes on duty.

The requirement for hair grooming standards is necessary to maintain uniformity within a military population. The tan undershirt is worn underneath the coat; it is tucked inside the trousers at all times.


Made of tan or coyote flesh-side out cattle hide leather 4. Personnel wear the sun hat straight on the head so that the web band creates a straight line around the head, parallel to the ground. Soldiers may store headgear in the cargo pockets.

Installation commanders will determine temperature, wind chill, and extended duty time warranting wear of the cap in nonfield, nondeployed environments. Long hair is defined as hair length that extends beyond the lower ad of the collar. When the hair is combed, it will not fall over the ears or eyebrows, or touch the collar, except for the closely cut hair at the back of the neck. The flash is positioned over the left eye, and the excess materials is draped over to the right ear, extending to at least the top of the ear, and no lower than the middle of the ear.

Special Forces personnel will wear the approved flash of the unit to which they are assigned. The sun hat is worn with the combat uniform in field environments when the advanced combat helmet is not worn, on work details, or in other environments where wearing the patrol cap is impractical, as determined by the commander.

When hair securing 6701-11 are worn, they will comply with the ae set in paragraph 3—2a 3 e. Males are not authorized to wear braids, cornrows, twists, dreadlocks, or locks while in uniform or in civilian clothes on duty. When braids, twists, or cornrows are not worn loosely and instead worn close to the scalp, they may stop at arr consistent location of the head and must follow the natural direction of the hair when worn back, which is aar in general straight lines following the shape of the head or flowing with the natural direction of the hair when worn at with one primary part in the hair see para 3—2a 1 c.

Haircuts with a single, untapered patch of hair on the top af the head not consistent with natural hair loss are considered eccentric and are not authorized. Soldiers will not wear hydration systems in a garrison environment unless the commander has 67001-1 it for one of the situations described above.


The pony tail is at required to be worn above the collar. The silk weight cold-weather moisture-wicking undershirts are not authorized to be worn under the combat uniform coat in place of the sand, tanor foliage green undershirts.

AR 670-1: Chapter 4: Combat Uniform Ensemble

Some examples of prohibited devices include, but are not limited to: Mustaches will not present a chopped off or bushy appearance, and no portion of the mustache will cover the upper lip line, extend sideways beyond a vertical line drawn upward from the corners of the mouth see lines C and D of fig 3—1or extend sr a parallel line at the lowest portion of the nose see line B of fig 3—1. The qr hat will fit comfortably around the largest part of the head without distortion or excessive gaps.

No portion of the bulk of the hair, 6701-11 measured from the scalp, will exceed 2 inches. Those in CMF 18 who are filling a drill sergeant position will continue to wear the drill sergeant hat while assigned to a valid drill sergeant position and actively training Soldiers. All personnel will keep fingernails clean and neatly trimmed.

However, if the helmet is worn during physical training, hair must be secured using guidelines in paragraph 3—2a 3 a through k. Standards regarding cosmetics are necessary to maintain uniformity and to avoid an extreme or unprofessional appearance.

Soldiers awarded the Special Forces tab, but not 6701-11 Special Forces, will only wear the green beret while assigned to a Special Forces unit or position.

Propper has been making authentic military gear since Personnel will not wrap the trouser leg around the leg tightly enough to present a pegged appearance or insert any items inside the trouser leg to create a round appearance at the bottom of the trouser leg.