Army. Having the Right Attitude

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There is importance in in being at the right place at the right time with the right attitude, and also in the right uniform. It represents the army and what we stand for. In the united States Army paying attention to detail and following your chain of command is important part in the mission. Failure to do so can affect the mission drastically. it can hinder even small parts, in which case can turn into something more important. In this essay, I will, hopefully, be able to explain the importance of all of the listed above in the following paragraphs, as well as a way to adhere to the "Army Standards."             Being in the right uniform. Being in the right uniform is important to the Army. A soldier should always be in the right uniform.   being in the right uniform is a part of the army standard and should be adhered to at all times, both on and off duty.   when participating in physical training a soldier should be in the correct uniform, whether that includes the summer physical training uniform, consisting of a short sleeve army shirt, army shorts, socks, running shoes, and reflective physical training belt worn across the waist; or the winter physical training uniform, consisting of a long sleeve army shirt, the long sleeve windbreaker army jacket, army shorts, army long pants, socks, running shoes, gloves, fleece cap, and the reflective physical training belt worn across the chest. Combinations of this uniform may be worn to maximize attainment of strenuous physical training while keeping squad uniform integrity (unless doing individual physical training, where soldiers set their uniforms.)   When a soldier reports for duty to star tthe day, they should be wearing their full army combat uniform, to include the tan army shirt, the army combat uniform blouse, the army combat uniform trousers, green or black socks, tan army boots, a tan belt, and either a beret, worn with unit crest, commonly refereed to as a flash (according to Fort Lewis Regulations (m)1. the beret is the authorized headgear worn in the normal duty uniform for all soldiers assigned to Fort Lewis Washington. the beret will be worn with the edge binding 1 inch above the eye brows and strait across the forehead parallel to the marching surface. the excess material will be pulled down between the top and middle of the right ear. And the beret is not authorized to be worn with out the unit crest), or a patrol cap (which according to Fort Lewis regulations (m) 2. The Army Combat Uniform patrol cap will be worn in motor pools, fatigue details, EIB (Expert infantry badge), EFMB Instructors, FOB (forward operating base) field replications, tactics training in unit areas and deployments. The army combat uniform patrol cap will not be worn in areas such as Postal Exchange (PX), commissary, MWR events facilities or the Stone Education Center, Subdued pin on or sewed on rank is worn on the Army combat uniform patrol cap and the army combat uniform sun booni cap), depending on whether a soldier is reporting to regular work call or perhaps the motor pool the first day of the week to perform preventative maintenance checks and services, also known as PMCS'. The United states Army has many different dress uniforms that range from Temperate, Hot-Weather, and Enhanced Hot-Weather Battle Dress Uniforms, Maternity Work Uniform, Desert Battle Dress Uniform, Aircrew Battle Dress Uniform, Cold-Weather Uniform, Hospital Duty Uniform—Male, Hospital Duty and Maternity Uniforms—Female, Food Service Uniform—Male, Food Service and Maternity Uniforms—Female, Flight Uniforms, Combat Vehicle Crewman Uniform, Physical Fitness Uniform, Army Green Service Uniform—Male, Army Green Service Uniform—Female, Green Maternity Service Uniform, Army White Uniform—Male,   Army White Uniform—Female, Army Blue Uniform—Male, Army Blue Uniform—Female, Army White Mess and Evening Mess Uniforms—Male, Army White Mess, All-White Mess, and Evening White Mess Uniforms—Female, Army Blue Mess and Evening...
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