Re: Uniforming standards
Eric Kozowski (email@example.com)
Wed, 26 Mar 1997 07:31:02 -0800 (PST)
>Dress whites: essentially the same as the Navy enlisted dress white
>"crackerjack" uniform (white jumper with Admiralty blue tie [Note: Navy
>blue ties are prohibited], white bell bottom pants, black low quarters,
>white dixie cup hat)
>Dress blues: essentially the same as the Navy enlisted dress blue
>"crackerjack" uniform (blue jumber with Admiralty blue tie [Note: Navy blue
>ties are prohibited], blue 13-button bell bottom pants, black socks, black
>low quarters, white dixie cup hat)
I'm curious -- why is the "Navy blue" (really black) tie prohibited? My
Ship, and every other Ship in this council that wears dress blues, has
always worn black ties. IMO, the "Admiralty blue" ties look horrible.
Skipper, SSS601 "City of Roses"
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