Re: Class B, Class C
Ted Burton (egburton@VALINT.NET)
Mon, 21 Sep 1998 13:10:45 -0700
At 08:58 -0700 on 9/21/98, Kevin Pate mailed Class B, Class C:
>Class A uniforms I understand.
>But what is considered Class B and
>what constitutes Class C is confusing
These are terms borrowed from the military, but which have no home in Scout
literature by those names.
Class A in common parlance is the offiical uniform, khaki, etc. -- dress
Class B in common parlance is the official activity uniform to the extent
one exists -- "fatigue uniform" Around here the polo shirt & scout shorts
Class C in at least local common parlance is any other
made-official-by-the-troop ACTIVITY uniform; some think it is the absence
of official uniform-- "combat uniform" Some think what I just said is the
definition of Class B. Around here the Troop T-shirt and jeans.
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