Food Service and Maternity Uniforms—Female

General guidelines

a. The food handler’s apron and the food handler’s cap (CTA 50–970) are authorized for wear only within the immediate vicinity of the dining facility. No insignia is worn on the food handler’s cap. The optional purchase, white unisex cardigan is authorized for wear as an outer garment with the food service utility uniform while on duty. However, soldiers may not wear the white cardigan when serving or preparing food. Soldiers may wear the white…

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Food Service and Maternity Uniforms—Female

Composition and classification

a. Material composition. (1) White, cotton and polyester, durable press. (2) Black, polyester, durable press. b. Uniform composition. (1) The female food service uniform comprises the following items (see chap 9). (a) Dress, women’s, hospital duty, white. (b) Uniform, tunic and pants, women’s, hospital duty, white. (c) Dress, maternity, white. (d) Slacks and tunic, maternity, white. (e) Pantsuit, women’s, cotton/polyester, white. (2) The garrison food service supervisor uniform comprises the following items. (a) Blouse, women’s,…

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Food Service and Maternity Uniforms—Female

Occasions for wear

Enlisted soldiers in CMF 92 who hold food service MOSs wear the food service utility uniform on duty, when prescribed by the commander. The food service utility uniforms are not authorized for travel or for wear off military installations, except in transit between an individual’s quarters and duty station. The commander may authorize food service personnel to wear these uniforms off post when providing support for activities in the civilian community, such as parades or…

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