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United States Navy: Uniform Regulations

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United States Navy: Uniform Regulations
« on: February 03, 2018, 09:21:27 PM »


United States Navy
Material Reference: Uniform Regulations

The United States Navy has four different uniform classes, each for different occasions. The Naval Service Uniform (NSU), is to be worn at all times when inside the headquarters of the U.S. Navy and is considered the day-to-day uniform of all active Sailors. The Naval Ceremonial Dress Uniform (NCDU), is worn at all ceremonial occasions, including events such as a Meritorious Mast or a service held by a Chaplain. The Naval Sword Dress Uniform (NSDU), is to be worn at all outdoor activities, when a formal uniform is required.

Section I - Uniforms
Sub-Section I - Naval Service Uniform (NSU)
The Naval Service Uniform (NSU), is the uniform worn on a day-to-day basis by all Sailors. All Sailors are to wear a cover in this uniform when outdoors, or when holding a post of importance (e.g. when acting as sentry). The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.

Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a dark grey skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a black cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, dark grey pocketed slacks, black duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a dark grey skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a black cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article C - Warrant Officers & Midshipmans  (W-2 to O-0)
The male uniform entails a khaki short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, khaki pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a khaki long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a khaki tie, khaki pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a khaki short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, khaki -pocketed slacks, khaki duty belt and black service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a khaki Asian swirl shirt, a khaki grey skirt and black high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a khaki cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article D - Commissioned Officers (O-1 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a white short sleeved breast pocketed shirt, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a white long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a white tie, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female uniform entails a white short sleeve Asian swirl shirt, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a white Asian swirl shirt, a white grey skirt and white high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article E - Office of the Chief of Naval Operation (OPNAV)
All Sailors enlisted as members of the Office of Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) are required to wear the appropriate uniform from the NSU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article D. This must be worn at all times when the NSU is required. The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt and white service boots. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt and white high heels or flats. The uniform is authorized a white cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article E - Recruit Division Commanders (RDC)
All Sailors enlisted as Recruit Division Commanders (RDC) are required to wear the appropriate uniform from the NSU, under Section I, Sub-Section I, Article E. This must be worn at all times when the NSU is required. The male uniform entails a navy blue short sleeve breast pocketed shirt, navy blue pocketed slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The male alternative uniform entails a navy blue long sleeved breast pocketed shirt, a navy blue tie, navy blue pocketed slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The female uniform entails a navy blue Asian swirl shirt, navy blue pocketed slacks, dark grey service belt and black service boots. The uniform is authorized a black cover when necessary, as outlined by Sub-Section I.

Article F - Photographic Representations
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)



Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)



Warrant Officers & Midshipmans (W-2 to O-0)



Commissioned Officers (O-1 - O-10)



Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV)



Recruit Division Commanders (RDC)




Sub-Section II - Naval Ceremonial Dress Uniforms (NCDU)
The Naval Ceremonial Dress Uniform (NCDU), is the uniform worn at all formal occasions by all Sailors. The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of this section of Section I, there are no specialized uniforms for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) or Recruit Division Commanders (RDC). In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.

Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt, white high heels or flats and a white cover.

Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt, white high heels or flats and a white cover.

Article C - Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white duty belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, a white skirt, white high heels or flats and a white cover.

Article D - Photographic Representations
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)



Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)



Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)


Article E - Authorized Color Usage



Sub-Section III - Naval Sword Dress Uniform (NSDU)
The Naval Sword Dress Uniform (NSDU), is the uniform worn at all ceremonial occasions by all Sailors. The photographic representation indicates which Habbo VIP colors may be used with these uniforms. In the case of this section of Section I, there are no specialized uniforms for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) or Recruit Division Commanders (RDC). In the case of VIP black, a dark grey may be used by all individuals who do not have VIP. Ties may be worn by both VIP and those who lack it. The female shoe articles for those wearing an authorized skirt may wear high heels or flat shoes.

Article A - Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white non-pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover.

Article B - Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover.

Article C - Warrant Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)
The male uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The male alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white sword belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white service belt, white service boots and a white cover. The female alternative uniform entails a white tunic with gold buckles, white pocketed slacks, white sword belt, white service boots and a white cover.

Article D - Photographic Representations
Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)



Non-Commissioned Officers & Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E-4 to E-9)



Warrants Officers & Commissioned Officers (W-2 to O-10)




Section II - Grooming Standards
Sub-Section I - Skin Tones
Red - Indicates that the skin tone is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.



Sub-Section II - Hair

Article A - Female Hair
Red - Indicates that the hair is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by female personnel.



Article B - Male Hair
Red - Indicates that the hair is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by male personnel.



Article C - Facial Hair
Red - Indicates that the facial hair is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the facial hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by all personnel.
Blue - Indicates that the facial hair is permitted to be worn in all U.S. Navy facilities, by only male personnel.



Section III - Accessories
Sub-Section I - Chest Accessories
Red - Indicates that the chest article is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all U.S. Navy personnel.
Blue - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all male U.S. Navy personnel.
Teal - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by all Recruit Division Commanders. (Dark Grey and Grey Only)
Orange - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by personnel who are apart of the ONAVINSGEN (Gold Only)
Yellow - Indicates that the chest article may be worn by personnel who have received a medal/decoration while enlisted at the U.S. Navy.
Maroon - Indicates that the chest article may be worn with the evening dress uniform.



Sub-Section II - Eye Wear
Red - Indicates that the eye wear is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Green - Indicates that the eye wear may be worn by all U.S. Navy personnel. (Black and White Only)
Purple - Indicates that the eye wear may be worn by personnel awarded with one or more Purple Heart



Sub-Section III - Ear Accessories
Red - Indicates that the ear wear is not permitted in the U.S. Navy.
Pink - Indicates that the ear wear may be worn by all female U.S. Navy personnel. (White Only)

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United States Navy
Material Reference: Uniform Regulations Update Thread

  • Rating Berets & Baseball cap colours
Naval Personnel Command: Gold
Naval Education and Training Command: Blue
Naval International Programmes Office: Green
Office of Chief of Naval Information: Light Brown
Office of Naval Inspector General: Red
Naval Intelligence: Purple
Naval Special Warfare Command: TBD

  • Gunbelts can be worn by all personnel*
*Colours must represent your paygrade
  • Military Hats can be worn by all personnel*
*Colours must represent your paygrade