DRESS POL­ICY

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Dress and de­port­ment are two cor­ner­stones of the Pro­fes­sion of Arms. To en­sure that a high stan­dard of uni­form ap­pear­ance is un­der­stood and main­tained by all mil­i­tary per­son­nel in Na­tional De­fence Head­quar­ters, a new dress pol­icy came into ef­fect 1 July 2011. Op­er­a­tional dress (de­fined as CADPAT, Naval Com­bat Dress or Flight Suits) is still per­mit­ted for valid train­ing pur­poses. Ta­ble 1: Ap­plies to all mil­i­tary per­son­nel em­ployed in the Na­tional Cap­i­tal Re­gion (with the ex­cep­tion of those iden­ti­fied in Ta­ble 2). * Civil­ian Dress may be au­tho­rized by in­di­vid­ual com­mands ** Sergeants and be­low may wear higher or­ders of dress (ie. DEUs) with su­per­vi­sor’s ap­proval It should be noted that the above should be seen as an in­terim pol­icy and will be amended with the even­tual cen­tral­iza­tion of mil­i­tary per­son­nel.

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