Re: What is a "Class A uniform"?
Grant O'Neil (poneilgdo@ALPHA2.CURTIN.EDU.AU)
Thu, 8 Aug 1996 00:23:21 +0800
At 07:49 7/08/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Based on the information given to me in the 2 WoodBadge courses, along with
>several Supplemental courses I have taken in the last 1-1/2 to 2 years, there
>is no such thing as a "Class A" in the BSA system any more. We still have a
>bunch of old-timer paramilitarists <g> that insist that they will continue
>the old "A" or "B" designation. I personally think the "Field" and "Activity"
>sound more distinguished, but then that's only my opinion.
It may sound like a silly question, but "field" uniform sounds to me like
something I would wear for an "activity". Certainly when I was in the army,
what we called the "field" was definitely a place of activity and not
somewhere you would want to be wearing something remotely dressy...
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