Ar 670-1 - Essay 5

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AR 670-1 There are many army regulations dealing with the army but the one that I am going to talk about today is army regulation 670-1. What is army regulation 670-1 covering in the United states army? Army Regulation 670-1 deals with the wear and appearance of military uniforms for my paper I will recite the way a person is supposed to wear their uniform in army text and then tell you what it means in my own words. Starting with the parts that deals with the reason I am writing this report right now. AR 670-1 starts off with Part 1 which is General information and responsibilities. Part one is made up of 19 sections they are listed as followed: • 1–1. Purpose • 1–2. References • 1–3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms •…show more content…
All illustrations in this regulation should coincide with the text. The written description will control any inconsistencies between the text and the illustration. b. AR 70–1 prescribes Department of the Army (DA) policies, responsibilities, and administrative procedures by which all clothing and individual equipment used by Army personnel are initiated, designed, developed, tested, approved, fielded, and modified. c. AR 385–10 prescribes DA policies, responsibilities, and administrative procedures and funding for protective clothing and equipment. d. In accordance with chapter 45, section 771, title 10, United States Code (10 USC 771), no person except a member of the US Army may wear the uniform, or a distinctive part of the uniform of the US Army unless otherwise authorized by law. Additionally, no person except a member of the US Army may wear a uniform, any part of which is similar to a distinctive part of the US Army uniform. This includes the distinctive uniforms and uniform items listed in paragraph 1–12 of this regulation. Further, soldiers are not authorized to wear distinctive uniforms or uniform items of the US Army or of other US Services with, or on civilian clothes, except as provided in chapters 27 through 30 of this regulation. This part
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