DRESS UNIFORM SHIRTS
Men's White Army Service Uniform Shirts
The new Army Service Uniform shirts are made from white authorized fabric in a herringbone weave, permanent-press 65/35 polyester cotton blend fabric. The heavier fabric wears like the poly-wool green cloth on the old service uniform shirt , and is currently the only authorized fabric for the ASU shirt.
The pattern is similar to the old green shirts except there are no pleats in the pockets and two creases in the front and three in the back are Lintrack ( permanently set requiring no sewing). Shirts are permanent pressed and can be machine washed.
The shirts are worn with the same rank and name tags as previously authorized. As of this writing, the regulation on the wear of ribbons and badges remains the same.
|Men's White Dress Shirts||
|The White Dress Shirt is made from poly/cotton broadcloth. It is worn with the Dress Blue Uniform or the Dress Green Uniform when Enlisted are attending a dining in function in Greens.|
|Men's Army Tuxedo Shirt|
|Army Tuxedo shirt for the Army Blue or White Mess Uniform. Has 1/4 inch pleats, dual stud/button front and is made of a cotton/ploy blend for easy care.|
Men's Wing Collar Tuxedo Shirt
Sewn down wing collar tuxedo shirt, for the Army blue and white evening mess uniforms. Has white pique front, triple fused collar, dual stud/button front and is made of a cotton/poly blend for easy care. Must be worn with the White Pique Vest and Bow Tie.