Hospital Duty and Maternity Uniforms—Female

General guidelines

a. Basic uniform. (1) Enlisted and officer ANC and AMSC personnel. (a) The dress is worn when prescribed for wear. The length of the dress will be no longer than 2 inches below, or more than 1 inch above the bend in the back of the knee. The dress is worn with the belt at all times. Only the dome- shaped, white polyester shank-type buttons issued with the dress are authorized for wear on the…

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Hospital Duty and Maternity Uniforms—Female

Composition and classification

a. Material composition. The fabric is white cotton or polyester. b. Uniform composition. The female hospital duty uniform normally comprises the following items; however, the commander may authorize variations to this uniform using clothing items authorized in CTA 50–900 and CTA 8–100. (1) Dress, maternity, white. The dress is any plain, white, unadorned commercial design, in an easy-care, durable- press and soil-release material, with wing collars suitable for placement of rank and branch insignia, as…

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Hospital Duty and Maternity Uniforms—Female

Occasions for wear

The female hospital duty uniform is worn on duty in Army health care facilities, as prescribed by the medical commander. It is not authorized for travel or for wear off military installations, except when in transit between an individual’s quarters and duty station. The commander may authorize medical personnel to wear this uniform off post when providing support for activities in the civilian community, such as parades or ceremonies. (See para 2–6c for other exceptions…

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Hospital Duty and Maternity Uniforms—Female

Authorization for wear

The female hospital duty uniforms are authorized for year-round wear by all female officers in the ANC and the AMSC, and by enlisted females with a medical, dental, or veterinary MOS. The term “hospital duty uniform” used throughout this chapter refers to both the hospital duty and hospital duty maternity uniforms. (See figs 9–1 and 9–2.) [1] [2]

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