Navy Working Uniform Quick Fit Guide

By NUR - Last updated: Monday, June 21, 2010

Download the Navy Working Uniform Quick Fit Guide from NPC.navy.mil

Navy Working Uniform Wear Guide

Navy Working Uniform Wear Guide

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Navy Working Uniform Video

By NUR - Last updated: Monday, June 21, 2010

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Random Webmaster Thoughts

By NUR - Last updated: Monday, June 21, 2010

Three years ago when all this discussion of “recreating the Navy Uniform” started I thought one of the objectives was to reduce the seabag. Is anyone but me missing something here? Since I work for a NECC command I have three, yes THREE sets of cammie uniforms. Additionally, I’m now required to buy a set of Dress Khakies.

What uniform have I given up, or removed from my seabag, in exchange for these two additional uniforms? Oh yes, my tropical whites. Remember the white shorts with socks pulled all the way up? They have finally gone the way of the dinosaur.

Thanks guys…

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Link Exchange

By NUR - Last updated: Thursday, April 22, 2010

As this is a fairly new website I am looking to exchange links with other Navy or Uniform related sites. If you are interested in a one for one link swap please leave feedback below.  (not to worry, I wont make the feedback public)

Please leave your Name, Website, and e-mail.

Thanks much, Have a good one,

Webmaster


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New Information Dominance Warfare Pin

By NUR - Last updated: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The New Information Dominance Warfare Pin Was Just released

Information Warfare Insignia

Information Warfare Insignia

I’m not so sure how well I like it. Looks a bit to much like a Marine Corps Pin to me. Leave me your comments.


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Permanent Makeup FAQ’s

By NUR - Last updated: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Q: What is Permanent Makeup?
A: Permanent Makeup is a cosmetic procedure where extremely tiny amounts of natural pigments are inserted into the dermal layer of the skin. This is an increasingly popular cosmetic option for females.

Q: Why would a young female sailor want Permanent Makeup?
A:  Permanent makeup may be desired by females who don’t want to spend a lot of time applying makeup every day. This procedure is especially attractive to females who have light, sparse or half eyebrows or sparse eye lashes or no eye lashes, are physically active, or who have oily skin that sheds makeup easily.  Females that possess poorly defined or descending lips may also desire this procedure. Read the rest of this entry »

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April 2010 Navy Uniform NewsGram

By NUR - Last updated: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The New April Uniform NewsGram News Gram 2010 AprilRev.pdf


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NAVADMIN 116/10 – Special Uniform Situations for Sailors Serving with Army Units

By NUR - Last updated: Wednesday, March 31, 2010


R 310158Z MAR 10

FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//

TO NAVADMIN
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//

REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/041911ZFEB10//

AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 042/10, SPECIAL UNIFORM SITUATIONS FOR NAVY PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO AND SERVING WITH AN ARMY UNIT//

NAVADMIN 116/10

MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/MAR//

SUBJ/SPECIAL UNIFORM SITUATIONS FOR NAVY PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO AND SERVING WITH AN ARMY UNIT//

RMKS/1. THIS NAVADMIN CANCELS REF A AND PROVIDES UPDATED GUIDANCE REGARDING SPECIAL UNIFORM SITUATIONS FOR NAVY PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO AND SERVING WITHARMY UNITS.

2. NAVY PERSONNEL WHO MEET THE CRITERIA OUTLINED IN NAVY UNIFORM REGULATIONS (NAVPERS 156651) CHAPTER SIX, SECTION SIX FOR AUTHORIZED WEAR OF THE ARMY COMBAT UNIFORM (ACU), SHALL DO SO IN ACCORDANCE WITH U.S. ARMY UNIFORM REGULATIONS AND THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE: Read the rest of this entry »

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NAVADMIN 118/10 – Uniform Board Update

By NUR - Last updated: Wednesday, March 31, 2010


R 312021Z MAR 10

FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//

TO NAVADMIN

NAVADMIN 118/10

SUBJ/UNIFORM BOARD UPDATE//

REF/A/DOC/NAVPERS 15665I/01JAN03/

AMPN/REF A IS U.S. NAVY UNIFORM REGULATIONS.

RMKS/1.  THIS NAVADMIN ANNOUNCES THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (CNO) APPROVED UNIFORM POLICY CHANGES PROPOSED BY THE 4 FEBRUARY 2010 NAVY UNIFORM BOARD. THE NAVY UNIFORM BOARD IS LED BY THE CHIEF OF NAVAL PERSONNEL (PRESIDENT). THE FUNCTIONS OF THE UNIFORM BOARD ARE OUTLINED IN REF A.  APPROVED UNIFORM CHANGES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

A.  CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (CPO) CUTLASS:  UPON FINAL DESIGN APPROVAL, A CEREMONIAL CUTLASS IS APPROVED FOR OPTIONAL WEAR.  THE CUTLASS IS AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR BY CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS DESIGNATED AS MEMBERS OF THE OFFICIAL PARTY DURING CEREMONIES THAT PRESCRIBE FULL DRESS UNIFORMS.  TO ENSURE UNIFORMITY IN APPEARANCE, THE CUTLASS MAY ONLY BE WORN IF ALL MEMBERS OF THE OFFICIAL PARTY ARE WEARING CUTLASSES OR SWORDS.  THE CUTLASS SHALL BE PURCHASED AT THE MEMBER?S EXPENSE.

B.  POST-TOUR COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER (SEL) IDENTIFICATION BADGE: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, THE POST-TOUR COMMAND SEL IDENTIFICATION BADGE MANNER OF WEAR (POSITION WORN ON UNIFORM) SHALL BE THE SAME AS PRESCRIBED FOR THE INCUMBENT COMMAND SEL IDENTIFICATION BADGE PER REF A, CHAPTER FIVE, SECTION ONE.

C.  NAVY AND COMMAND BALL CAP:  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, NAVY AND COMMAND BALL CAPS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR WITH THE FOLLOWING UNIFORMS ONLY:  WASH KHAKI, UTILITIES, PHYSICAL TRAINING UNIFORM, COVERALLS, AND FLIGHT SUIT.  BALL CAPS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR WITH THE NAVY WORKING UNIFORM (NWU)/ CAMOUFLAGE UTILITY UNIFORM (CUU) WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS:
(1) WHEN UNDERWAY ONBOARD U.S. NAVY VESSELS, BALL CAPS MAY BE AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR WITH THE NWU/CUU ONLY BY BRIDGE WATCH TEAMS AND COMMAND TRAINING TEAMS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COMMANDING OFFICER.
(2) ASHORE, BALL CAPS MAY BE WORN WITH THE NWU AND CUU BY COMMAND TRAINING TEAMS DURING FIELD EXERCISES HELD IN RESTRICTED AREAS TO PROVIDE VISUAL IDENTIFICATION OF SUPERVISORS, CONTROLLERS AND SAFETY OBSERVERS.  THIS POLICY MODIFICATION IS ALLOWED DURING THE PRESCRIBED WINDOW OF TRAINING/EVOLUTION.  WEARING OF BALL CAPS IS NOT AUTHORIZED DURING TRANSIT TO AND FROM EXERCISE EVENTS, OR IN THE VICINITY OF THE COMMAND AREA.

D.  NAVY BLUE COVERALL:  BEGINNING 1 JANUARY 2011, THE NAVY BLUE COVERALL OCCASION FOR WEAR SHALL BE LIMITED TO AN UNDERWAY UNIFORM (I.E. FROM STATIONING AND SECURING THE SEA AND ANCHOR DETAIL/MANEUVERING WATCH WHEN LEAVING AND ENTERING PORT RESPECTIVELY). COMMANDING OFFICERS CAN AUTHORIZE THE WEAR OF NAVY BLUE COVERALLS ASHORE IN ENVIRONMENTS THAT PLACE AN EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF WEAR ON WORKING UNIFORMS. PER REF A, THIS POLICY DOES NOT ALLEVIATE THE COMMAND?S RESPONSIBILITY TO PROCURE COVERALLS FOR WORK IN AREAS THAT ARE LIKELY TO PERMANENTLY SOIL OR PREMATURELY DESTROY THE UNIFORM.

E.  BLUE 100 PERCENT COTTON T-SHIRT:  BEGINNING 1 JANUARY 2011, THE BLUE 100 PERCENT COTTON T-SHIRT (THE T-SHIRT AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR WITH THE NWU) WILL REPLACE THE WHITE T-SHIRT AS THE ONLY AUTHORIZED T-SHIRT WORN WITH NAVY BLUE COVERALLS.

F.  BACKPACKS:  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY BACKPACKS MAY BE WORN OVER EITHER THE LEFT SHOULDER OR BOTH SHOLDERS WHILE WEARING SERVICE AND WORKING UNIFORMS. AUTHORIZED COLORS OF BACKPACKS INCLUDE BLACK, NAVY BLUE, AND WHEN AVAILABLE THE MATCHING NWU PATTERN (BLUE/GREY/BLACK).  THE MATCHING NWU PATTERN BACKPACK IS ONLY AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR WITH THE NWU.  NO PERSONAL ORNAMENTATION SHALL BE ATTACHED ON OR TO THE BACKPACK.

G.  SERVICE GARRISON CAP OCCASION FOR WEAR:  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, THE E1 – E6 BLACK GARRISON CAP IS AUTHORIZED FOR OPTIONAL WEAR WITH THE NAVY FLIGHT SUIT BY E1 ? E6 PERSONNEL WHO ARE AUTHORIZED TO WEAR THE FLIGHT SUIT.  THE SERVICE KHAKI GARRISON CAP IS AUTHORIZED FOR OPTIONAL WEAR WITH THE NAVY FLIGHT SUIT BY OFFICER AND CHIEF PETTY OFFICER PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED TO WEAR THE FLIGHT SUIT.

2.  ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON THE FINAL DESIGN AND MANNER OF WEAR OF THE CPO CUTLASS AND OTHER UNIFORM INITIATIVES WILL BE ANNOUNCED VIA FUTURE NAVADMINS AND POSTED ON THE UNIFORM MATTERS WEBSITE AT: HTTP://WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/COMMANDSUPPORT/USNAVYUNIFORMS/ .

3.  FILE THIS NAVADMIN UNTIL REVISIONS ARE INCORPORATED INTO THE BUPERS DIRECTIVE CD-ROM CHANGE CONTAINING REF A.

4.  POINTS OF CONTACT:
– MR. ROBERT B. CARROLL, HEAD, NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS OFFICE, AT (703) 614-5076/DSN 224, OR EMAIL AT ROBERT.B.CARROLL(AT)NAVY.MIL.
– CMDCM(AW) JERRY FEATHERSTONE, DEPUTY HEAD, NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS, AT (703) 614-5075/DSN 224, OR EMAIL AT JERRY.FEATHERSTONE(AT)NAVY.MIL.
5.  RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1. MINIMIZE CONSIDERED.

Additional NAVADMIN's can be found at the NAVADMIN Library
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Navy Working Uniform Offical Wear Guide

By NUR - Last updated: Sunday, February 21, 2010

The Navy Working Uniform Official Wear Guide (pdf)

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Uniform Distribution Map

By NUR - Last updated: Sunday, February 21, 2010

Download the Navy Working Uniform Distribution Map

NEXCOMRegionalUniformDistroMap.pdf

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Navy Uniform Posters

By NUR - Last updated: Thursday, January 21, 2010

Navy Uniform Posters Are now Available for Download!

Male In New Navy Service Uniform Poster — .pdf

Female in New Navy Service Uniform Poster — .pdf

Navy Working Uniform of Female for E-6 and Below — .pdf

Navy Working Uniform of Male for E-6 and Below — . pdf

Correct Wearing of Collar Device Poster — .pdf

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NAVADMIN 020/10 – Service Dress Khaki

By NUR - Last updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2010


R 191542Z JAN 10

FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//

TO NAVADMIN

INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//

NAVADMIN 020/10

MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/JAN//

SUBJ/NAVY UNIFORM UPDATE – SERVICE DRESS KHAKI//

RMKS/1. THIS NAVADMIN ANNOUNCES THE APPROVAL FOR FINAL DEVELOPMENT OF SERVICE DRESS KHAKI (SDK) AS AN OPTIONAL UNIFORM, AND PROVIDES INITIAL DETAILS OF OCCASION FOR WEAR POLICY.

2. SDK WEAR TEST BEGAN IN APRIL 2008 AND COMPLETED IN OCTOBER 2009. 125 SAILORS PARTICIPATED IN THE WEAR TEST IN SIX GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS. TWO WEAR TEST DESIGNS WERE EVALUATED. THE FIRST, A TRADITIONAL DESIGN, WAS BASED ON THE ORIGINAL SDK UNIFORM DISESTABLISHED IN 1975. THE SECOND, A CONTEMPORARY DESIGN, INCORPORATED MORE UPDATED DESIGN FEATURES SUCH AS AN UNBELTED WAIST AND PEAKED LAPELS. BASED ON FEEDBACK PROVIDED IN WRITTEN SURVEYS AND FOCUS GROUPS, THE CLEAR PREFERENCE OF WEAR TEST PARTICIPANTS WAS THE CONTEMPORARY DESIGN UNIFORM. THE PARTICIPANTS PROVIDED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FURTHER SDK UNIFORM COMPONENT MODIFICATIONS. NEXCOM WILL PURSUE A 75/25 POLY/WOOL FABRIC BLEND JACKET, SUCH THAT IT MAY BE WORN WITH THE EXISTING SERVICE KHAKI PANTS OR SKIRT.

3. WE ANTICIPATE THE UNIFORM WILL BE AVAILABLE BY FY 2012. SDK WILL BE FOR OPTIONAL WEAR BY E7 THROUGH O10 IN LIEU OF SUMMER WHITE AND SERVICE KHAKI DURING PERIODS WHEN SUMMER UNIFORMS ARE PRESCRIBED, AND  DURING SITUATIONS WHERE WEARING A TIE IS APPROPRIATE, SUCH AS AN OFFICE ENVIRONMENT. AS SUCH, IT WILL SERVE AS AN OPTIONAL CONFIGURATION OF SERVICE KHAKI (LONG SLEEVE SHIRT AND TIE, WITH OR WITHOUT JACKET). DETAILED REGULATIONS FOR WEAR WILL BE PROMULGATED AT A LATER DATE, CONSISTENT WITH ART 1201 OF REF A.

4. NEXCOM ANTICIPATES A PERIOD OF 18 MONTHS TO COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF SDK AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. ONCE AVAILABLE, SDK WILL BE SOLD VIA SPECIAL ORDER FROM NAVY EXCHANGE  SERVICE COMMAND (NEXCOM) UNIFORM CENTERS. BECAUSE IT WILL BE AN OPTIONAL UNIFORM, THE COST TO OWN WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND NO UNIFORM ALLOWANCE WILL BE PROVIDED.

5. DURING FINAL DEVELOPMENT, A SMALL SDK WEAR TEST WILL BE ESTABLISHED TO HELP EVALUATE THE FINAL UNIFORM COMPONENTS. FINAL COST INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF THIS TEST.

6. FILE THIS NAVADMIN UNTIL CHANGES ARE INCORPORATED INTO THE QUARTERLY BUPERS DIRECTIVE CD-ROM CHANGE CONTAINING REF A. IN THE INTERIM, FOR MORE INFORMATION ON UNIFORMS AND UNIFORM POLICY, VISIT THE NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS WEBSITE HTTP://WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/COMMANDSUPPORT/USNAVYUNIFORMS/.

7. POINTS OF CONTACT:
– HEAD, NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS OFFICE: MR. ROBERT B. CARROLL AT
(703) 614-5076/DSN 224 OR EMAIL AT ROBERT.B.CARROLL(AT)NAVY.MIL.
– ASSISTANT HEAD, NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS OFFICE: CMDCM(SW) JERRY FEATHERSTONE AT (703) 614-5075 OR EMAIL AT JERRY.FEATHERSTONE(AT)NAVY.MIL.
– NEXCOM: MR. GENE GONZALEZ (757) 631-4125 OR EMAIL AT EUGENE_GONZALEZ(AT)NEXWEB.ORG.

8. RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1.//
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NAVADMIN 015/10 – Non-Regulation NWU T-Shirts

By NUR - Last updated: Friday, January 15, 2010


152122Z JAN 10
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1//
TO NAVADMIN

NAVADMIN 015/10

MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/JAN//

SUBJ/NAVY UNIFORM UPDATE//

RMKS/1. THIS NAVADMIN PROVIDES NOTIFICATION TO THE FLEET OF THE MARKETING OF A NON-REGULATION UNIFORM COMPONENT FOR THE NAVY WORKING UNIFORM (NWU) BY NEXCOM UNIFORM CENTERS.

2. NAVY EXCHANGE COMMAND (NEXCOM) UNIFORM CENTERS HAVE BEEN MARKETING A 50/50 COTTON/POLYESTER VERSION OF THE BLUE T-SHIRT FOR THE NWU (IDENTIFIED BY ?SOFFE? IN RED LETTERS ON COLLAR LABEL). REF A PROVIDED THE INITIAL DESCRIPTION OF THE NWU UNIFORM COMPONENTS AND REB B STATES THAT ONLY THOSE FABRICS WHICH ARE APPROVED BY THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR MANUFACTURE. ADDITIONALLY REF B LISTS THE COTTON VERSION AS THE ONLY AUTHORIZED MATERIAL FOR THE NWU BLUE T-SHIRT.

3. THE 50/50 COTTON/POLYESTER VERSION OF THE BLUE T-SHIRT IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR WITH THE NWU AND NEXCOM HAS CEASED MARKETING THIS VERSION IN ITS UNIFORM CENTERS. UNWORN 50/50 VERSION T-SHIRTS CAN BE RETURNED TO NEXCOM UNIFORM CENTERS FOR A REFUND (WITH RECEIPT) OR FOR STORE CREDIT (WITHOUT RECEIPT). ALTHOUGH NOT AUTHORIZED FOR WEAR, SAILORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO RETAIN (BUT NOT WEAR) THE 50/50 VERSION AND AWAIT THE OUTCOME OF A STUDY TO DETERMINE IF IT IS SUITABLE FOR WEAR IN ALL/ANY ENVIRONMENTS.

4. FILE THIS NAVADMIN UNTIL CHANGES ARE INCORPORATED INTO THE QUARTERLY BUPERS DIRECTIVE CD-ROM CHANGE CONTAINING REF B. IN THE INTERIM, FOR MORE INFORMATION ON UNIFORMS AND UNIFORMS POLICY, VISIT THE NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS WEBSITE HTTP://WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/COMMANDSUPPORT/USNAVYUNIFORMS/.

5. POINTS OF CONTACT:
– HEAD, NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS OFFICE: MR. ROBERT B. CARROLL, AT (703) 614-5076/DSN 224 OR EMAIL AT ROBERT.B.CARROLL(AT)NAVY.MIL.
– ASSISTANT HEAD, NAVY UNIFORM MATTERS OFFICE: CMDCM(SW) JERRY FEATHERSTONE, AT (703) 614-5075 OR EMAIL AT JERRY.FEATHERSTONE(AT)NAVY.MIL.
– NEXCOM: MR. GENE GONZALEZ, (757) 631-4125 OR EMAIL AT EUGENE_GONZALEZ(AT)NEXWEB.ORG.

6. RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1.//
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Two New Navy Uniforms Announced

By NUR - Last updated: Friday, January 8, 2010

WASHINGTON (NNS) — Two new Navy Working Uniforms (NWU) will hit the fleet in fiscal year 2011.

The first, NWU Type II, a desert digital camouflage uniform of four colors with the anchor, Constitution and eagle (ACE) logo embedded in the print, will be worn by special warfare operators and Sailors who support them during deployment and deployment training exercises.

“The desert camouflage uniform is not going away,” said Capt. Vince Drouillard, branch head within Navy’s personnel, plans and policy division. “Sailors, other than Navy special warfare operators and supporting Sailors, will continue to wear the current tricolor desert camouflage utility uniform in desert environments when issued by authorizing commands.”

The second, NWU Type III, is a woodland digital camouflage uniform which also has four colors and the ACE logo embedded in the print. It will be the standard camouflage uniform worn in non-desert environments and stateside.

Both uniforms, announced in NAVADMIN 374/09, are organizational clothing provided to Sailors by commands authorized to issue them.

The unisex uniforms will begin conformance testing to validate design, fit and wear later in fiscal year 2010. Fleet implementation is expected to begin in late 2011 with deploying combat and direct command support commands and units receiving priority in the distribution process.

Both new uniforms have an authorized matching pattern Gortex parka with a removable fleece liner. Sailors can get complete information on the new NWU Type II and Type III uniforms in NAVADMIN 374/09 available at www.npc.navy.mil.

For more information on Navy uniforms visit http://www.npc.navy.mil/commandsupport/usnavyuniforms/.

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