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INTENTIONALLY BLANK, 2 Version 1 06, AMENDMENT LIST RECORD. Amended Red Pending Blue, AMENDMENT LIST, AMENDED BY DATE AMENDED. NO DATE ISSUED, Version 1 01 14 Aug 12 WO Mitchell ATF HQAC 06 Aug 12. Version 1 02 22 Apr 13 WO Mitchell ATF HQAC 15 Mar 13. Version 1 03 11 Nov 13 WO Mitchell ATF HQAC 07 Nov 13. Version 1 04 05 Dec 13 FS Moss ATF HQAC 04 Dec 13, Version 1 05 19 Jun 14 FS Moss ATF HQAC 19 Jun 14. Version 1 06 03 Jul 14 FS Moss ATF HQAC 03 Jul 14, 3 Version 1 06.
NOTES FOR USERS, 1 This manual supersedes ACP 20B Dress Regulations All policy letters issued up to and including Dec 11 have been incorporated. 2 Further changes to the Air Cadet Organization Dress Orders will be notified by amendments issued bi annually or earlier if required. 3 The wearing of military uniform by unauthorised persons is an indictable offence under the Uniforms Act 1894 Offenders are liable to arrest. when intending to deceive by purporting to be a military person. 4 Personal Clothing System PCS Combat Uniform CU will be referred to as PCS MTP throughout this document. 1 General Instructions on Uniform Dress and Appearance. 2 Air Cadet Organization Orders of Dress Male personnel. 3 Air Cadet Organization Orders of Dress Female personnel. 4 Air Cadet Organization Distinguishing Insignia, 5 Civilian Instructor and Padre s Orders of Dress Not complete. 6 Bands National Regional Wing Sqn Orders of Dress Not complete. 7 VGS Male and Female Orders of Dress, 4 Version 1 06. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, Contents Para No, UNIFORM DRESS. Introduction 0101, Authorised Patterns 0102, Orders of Dress 0103.
Scales of Clothing 0104, Initial Outfitting Allowances and Maintenance of Service Clothing 0107. Wearing of Uniform In Public UK 0109, Wearing of Uniform By Other Ranks after Discharge 0114. Wearing of Uniform In Foreign Countries 0115, Wearing of Uniform At Private Weddings Civil Partnership Registrations and Funerals 0116. Wearing of Uniform by Retired RAFVR T Officers 0117. Wearing the Uniforms of Voluntary Organizations 0118. Dress for ACO Duty Personnel 0119, Name Badges 0120. Dress for Passengers Air and Sea Movements 0121, Dress for ADCs 0122.
Dress when Off Duty and for Social and Sporting Events 0123. Wearing of Head Dress 0125, Motorcycle and Bicycle Crash Helmets 0127. Canes Pace Sticks and Sashes 0128, Sunglasses 0129. Temporary National Emblems 0131, Mourning Bands 0133. Female Hosiery 0135, 5 Version 1 06, Umbrellas 0136. Cufflinks 0137, Gloves 0138, Stable Belts Female Money Belts Optional Extras 0139.
Handbags Briefcases Rucksacks Sport Bags and Holdalls 0140. Boots and Overshoes 0141, Scarves 0142, Ballgowns 0143. Inspection of Kit 0144, Valeting of Uniforms 0145, APPEARANCE. Growth of Hair Beards Male Personnel 0146, Hairdressing and Cosmetics Female Personnel 0149. Wearing of Trinkets Jewellery All Personnel 0152, Charity Wristbands 0154. Body Piercing All Personnel 0155, Tattoos General Guidance 0156.
6 Version 1 06, UNIFORM DRESS, Introduction, 0101 The regulations in this publication supersede all previous publications They apply to all RAFVR T commissioned officers WO ATC ACO non. commissioned ranks and cadets serving in the Air Cadet Organization These regulations do not apply to Regular members of the RAF RAF FTRS or RAFR. appointments working within or supporting the ACO who are governed by RAF Dress Regulations contained in AP1358. Authorised Patterns QR 194, 0102 The only patterns of dress and insignia to be worn with RAF uniform are those authorised by the Ministry of Defence Air Force Board Standing. Committee AFBSC Badges awarded locally by ATC or CCF Units should not be worn Patterns and or specifications for approved items are held by the. Defence Clothing Team DCT Personnel who obtain items of uniform that they buy from other supplies other than RAF stores are responsible for ensuring. that they conform to the approved patterns Personnel are not allowed to wear uniform clothing even if privately purchased which does not conform to the. regulations as laid down herein The prescribed patterns are to be adhered to and personnel will be responsible for the cost of replacing or restoring to the. approved pattern any articles including footwear that they alter without authority or which are so altered as a result of their instructions. Orders of Dress, 0103 Chaps 2 3 5 and 6 show illustrations and detail individual Orders of Dress. Scales of Clothing, 0104 RAF GAI 1033 lists the entitlement of free issue clothing to officers on first appointment and the mandatory items which are to be purchased from their. initial outfitting allowances at the appropriate stages of service. 0105 JSP 886 Vol 6 Part 5 details the following scales. a Scale C704 C705 lists entitlement to initial free issue clothing for ATC Male and Female commissioned ranks. b Scale C706 C707 lists entitlement to free issue clothing for Warrant Officers ATC and SNCO ATC. c Scale C708 lists entitlement to free issue clothing to ACO Civilian Instructors Male Female. d Scale C709 C710 lists entitlement to free issue clothing to ATC Male and Female Cadets. e Scale C711 lists entitlement to initial free issue to officers and free issue to Warrant Officers ATC of SATTs. f Scale C712 C713 lists entitlement to initial free issue clothing to CCF RAF Male and Female commissioned ranks. g Scale C714 C715 lists entitlement to free issue clothing to CCF RAF Male and Female School Staff Instructors. h Scale C716 C717 lists entitlement to free issue clothing to CCF RAF Male and Female Cadets. i Scale C718 lists entitlement to initial free issue to officers and free issue to Warrant Officers ATC SNCO ATC and Students of the ACO Junior. Leaders Course, 7 Version 1 06, 0106 The military outfitters who are advised of any changes by DCT already know full descriptions and purchase instructions for bespoke items.
Outfitting Allowances and Maintenance of Service Clothing. 0107 Officers On initial appointment officers and officer cadets of the ACO receive free issues of certain clothing with a one off allowance payable to female. officers for the purchase of tights stockings An annual allowance for the upkeep of scaled uniform items will be paid to all officers subject to them fulfilling the. annual attendance requirement The payment will be paid directly by HQAC into an individual s bank account in November of each year All flying specialist. and protective clothing is issued and maintained at public expense. 0108 Non commissioned Ranks Civilian Instructors and Cadets Initial and replacement issues iaw the time scales held by Supply Squadron of all ACO. personnel uniform clothing are free of charge with the exception of premature replacements occasioned by individual neglect or culpability. Wearing of Uniform in Public UK, 0109 The wearing of uniform in public demands the highest standards of dress bearing and behaviour and all personnel must be aware that they are. effectively representing the ACO and the RAF A higher public profile for the ACO through the wearing of uniform in public should have a positive effect on the. ACO in the public eye It is therefore incumbent upon all those wearing uniform to be aware that it is their duty not to bring the ACO into disrepute as a result. of their demeanour or actions or otherwise to impact adversely on the efficiency or reputation of the ACO. 0110 The order of dress on different occasions is set out below. a Uniform is to be worn by all ACO personnel while on duty except when authority to the contrary is given and on such other occasions as may be. b The type of uniform to be worn by ACO personnel is laid down in the follow on chapters of this document Those RAFVR T officers who hold. commissions in other branches of the Reserve when on duty with the ACO are to wear the uniform and rank appropriate to their RAFVR T. commission, c A mix of civilian and military clothing is not to be worn or the mixing of military clothing such as blues and combats The exception is when. travelling by motorcycle bicycle when it is accepted that uniform does not provide the necessary protection. d All of the occasions outlined below can be changed at the discretion of OC Wg Wg ExO Sqn Ldr CCF HQAC taking into account for example. security assessments and appropriate single Service guidance Security guidelines for the wearing of uniform in public are promulgated in JSP 440. Defence Manual of Security Part 7 Sect 1 Chap 7, 8 Version 1 06. 0111 Occasions on which uniform should generally be worn. a On duty within the ACO unit, b On duty outside the ACO unit e g ACO and formal military cadet events and working parties. c Representing the ACO e g during visits to affiliates i e RAFA Girls Venture Corps Scouts etc. d At events sponsored by Service related organizations e g SSAFA Big Brew and RAFA Wings Collection. e Participating in military parades e g Battle of Britain Remembrance Day Freedom Parades and Military State Funerals. f Participating in Royal events e g Royal Garden Parties Reviews Parades Investitures visits and ceremonial parades for foreign Royalty or Head. g On specific occasions designated by the OC Wg Wg Ex O Sqn Ldr CCF HQAC. 0112 Occasions on which the wearing of uniform is encouraged subject to OC Wg Wg Ex O Sqn Ldr CCF HQAC direction on advice and. including security and threat assessments, a Travelling from place of duty to place of duty Uniform should be worn irrespective of the method of travel e g public or private transport or on.
b Travelling to and from residence to place of duty and visits to civilian amenities e g bank garage shopping coffee shops Uniform may be worn. irrespective of the method of travel e g public or private transport or on foot. c When authorised by the OC Wg Wg Ex O Sqn Ldr CCF HQAC attending events e g civil or Service wedding graduation ceremonies. 0113 Occasions on which uniform is not to be worn, a Visits to licensed premises including when not consuming alcohol except when specifically approved through the OC Wg Wg Ex O Sqn Ldr. b Representing a third party e g part time employment outside of working hours. c Functions where fancy dress is worn, 9 Version 1 06. d Carnival processions and other occasions when the reputation or political impartiality of the ACO might be brought into question e g political. e Hitchhiking, Wearing of Uniform by other ranks after leaving the ACO Staff or Cadets. 0114 Non commissioned ranks are not to wear uniform after leaving the ACO All items of uniform not privately purchased are to be returned to squadron. stores for recycling disposal via parent unit, Wearing of Uniform in Foreign Countries QR 198. 0115 Except when serving with a British Force ACO personnel are not to wear uniform whilst in a foreign country without having obtained the permission of. the Service representative in that country Such permission will usually be confined to personnel who are employed on duty or attending Court or State. ceremonies to which they have been officially invited However exceptionally and under strict directives given by the appropriate Service Authority requests. to wear uniform for other suitable reasons such as manoeuvres weddings etc may be submitted for consideration Such requests are to be. submitted referred to the following Chains of Command WHQ RHQ and HQAC P Staff For visits organised by ATC Sqns CCF Sections TG 3 should be. consulted about the wearing of uniform ACTO 51 explains. Wearing of Uniform at Private Weddings Civil Partnership Registrations and Funerals. 0116 Subject to OC Wg Wg Ex O Sqn Ldr CCF HQAC approval and current security situations personnel may wear No 1 SD at private weddings civil. partnership registrations and funerals Prior to the event individuals are to check with their Wg CCF staff who can liaise with RAFP or MOD Police regarding. the current security situation, See Para 0115 regarding weddings in foreign countries.
Wearing of Uniform by Retired RAFVR T Officers, 0117 Occasions when No 1 Service Dress may be worn Retired officers who are permitted to retain their rank may wear uniform on the following. occasions with prior permission from OC Wg Wg Ex O Sqn Ldr CCF HQAC. a When attending, 1 Investitures and Royal Garden Parties. 10 Version 1 06, 2 State ceremonial occasions, 3 Parades in an official capacity in connection with the celebration of the Sovereign s birthday. 4 Their own wedding or other military weddings when the sponsor requests the wearing of uniform. 5 When attending formal Service functions, b When participating in an official capacity in. 1 Non Service parades, 2 War Memorial services and associated parades.
c When inspecting or visiting, 1 ACO units in an official capacity. 2 Units of the Combined Cadet Force CCF on behalf of the Ministry of Defence or Reserve Forces Cadets Associations. 3 Other uniformed youth organisation under a RAF Recognition Scheme. d When holding the appointment of Lord Lieutenant or Deputy Lord Lieutenant of a county High Sheriff or Sheriff and discharging the duties of that. appointment Lieutenancy insignia may not be worn on RAF dress but entitled RAF flying badges may be worn on the Lieutenancy dress. Wearing the Uniform of Voluntary Organizations QR J200. 0118 ACO personnel may wear the uniform of non political voluntary organizations e g St Johns Ambulance Brigade The Salvation Army and the Scouts. etc on appropriate occasions provided there is no interference with Service dutie. UNIFORM DRESS AND APPEARANCE REGULATIONS FOR THE AIR CADET ORGANIZATION VGS Male and Female Orders of Dress 5 Version 1 06 CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

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