Re: Uniform Pants
William J Turner (wjturner@IASTATE.EDU)
Fri, 7 Apr 1995 09:48:39 CDT
In message <199504071424.JAA24339@pop-1.iastate.edu>, email@example.com writes:
> Am I really the only Scout or Scouter who never found the cargo
>pockets large enough to be of any use? I cannot say that I have missed
>them (although I have them on my long uniform pants and some of my shorts)
>because I never use them. I cannot put anything in them comfortablely -- and
>I have tried.
No you aren't! When I was younger, and had very large pants, I found them
very useful. Since I've grown, the only things I can put into those pockets
are papers and my OA sash. I do find them handy for putting my sash in when I
am going somewhere and I don't want to put it on until I get there. Other
The pockets on BDUs are much better. They actually expand and can hold a lot
more. Maybe if the BSA went to those type of pockets...
William J Turner "A leader is a man who has the ability
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