* Nursing care providers are not covered by this legislation and must make their own arrangements for the disposal of unwanted medicine through a licensed waste management company.
AR 670 - 1 Covers the various different wears of and uniforms and the standard of professional appearance for all soldier in the active and reserve army service . The professional appearance of the soldier is paramount to efficiency of a modern fighting force . Dress and appearance standards should always be upheld to show the discipline and pride of the soldier. This is the most basic soldiering task and should always be handled at the lowest level . The proper wear of the military uniform is important to keeping the esprit de corp of the military and ensuring the soldier takes pride in himself and his unit . The uniform is the most visible outward sign of military service. Both practical and aesthetic, the uniform identifies a servicemember as part of a unit and serves as an outfit in
A practical exercise is an option to allow those who do not perform well in traditional interviews to demonstrate that they do have the skills required to do the job role, for example if no mention is made of excellent verbal communication skills as an essential requirement of the job but accurate data entry skills are then this can be demonstrated using an exercise whilst taking account of the candidates limitations in the former aspect.
The inconsistent application of Army standards leads to unethical decisions on a daily basis. Despite an emphasis on Army values at all levels, military leaders open themselves up to make unethical decisions when they don’t adhere to set standards. Despite the Army having clear standards on height/weight, APFT, the tattoo policy, and reporting requirements, leaders often take it upon themselves to ignore the standard or create their own. Leaders have the responsibility to maintain and enforce standards which are driven by regulations. If military leaders
AR 670–1 Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia This rapid action revision of 3 February 2005-o Updates figures throughout the regulation (throughout). o Clarifies the definition of unauthorized tattoos while wearing the class A uniform (chap 1). Identifies officials responsible for making initial entry determinations on tattoos and brands (chap 1). Delegates the authority to MACOM commanders to grant exceptions to policy or discharges on initial entry soldiers with tattoos (chap 1). Clarifies the definition of a privately
In today’s monotonous world, we are set a mold, we follow the norms in society and hope to fit in. This effects the way we dress, how we stand in line, and which side of the road we drive on. What would happen if we broke those norms? As a Police Sergeant in Drug Investigation at my agency, it is a norm for investigators to wear causal clothes, a suit or a T-shirt and tactical BUD pants, but there is no written rule stating that we must wear it. I decided to wear an actual uniform, a symbol of authority and protection, but to investigators it is a symbol of a “Rookie” or someone just not smart enough to move up. However it is viewed, I decided to wear it to my weekly meeting with the investigators who serve under me.
Depending on different career field types or if a person is a member of the Air National Guard, and if their state and orders status allows, they might already participate in a one-for-one uniform exchange program.9 When these individuals uniform items become unserviceable, they would have the option to return the items to the material management section responsible for reissuing serviceable uniforms. Enlisted members have the responsibility of maintaining seven complete sets of uniforms, but in the case of special purpose clothing requirements for assigned duties the organizational is responsible to ensure the member has the proper clothing.10 When examining uniform wear and tear, certain career fields are more susceptible to developing unserviceable uniforms; therefore, the individuals within those career fields have to spend more money than ones whose positions do not require them to be in such harsh working conditions.11 By going to a one-for-one uniform exchange program, individuals will only receive uniform items when those already have become unserviceable. This practice will also ensure individuals do not unnecessarily receive new uniform items every time they are set to
2. Summary: This SOP was develop to provide supplemental guidance to all personnel involved with the AFT application, which streamline the existing FLIPL processes IAW Army regulations and other applicable
High visibility standards – Provides a guide to the design performance specifications and use of high visibility and reflective apparel including vests, Jackets, Blub /jumpsuit coveralls trousers and harness.