Cold-Weather Uniform

Composition and classification

a. Material composition. Fabric is wool serge, olive-green shade 108. b. Uniform composition.
(1) Beret (para 3–2b(1)).
(2) Cap, patrol (formerly BDU) (para 3–2b(2)).
(3) Cap, cold-weather, woodland camouflage pattern or OG 107 (pile cap). The cap is a fully lined cold-weather head covering, with a turndown forehead flap, a three-piece crown, a stretch gusset with an elastic strip at the center back, and earflaps with a nylon fastener hook-and-pile type overlap closure. (See fig 7–2.)
(4) Shirt, wool serge, OG 108 (male). The shirt has two buttoned chest pockets, cuffed, buttoned sleeves, and a front button closure.
(5) Shirt, wool serge, OG 108 (female). The shirt has three pockets, two chest pockets with buttoned flaps, an upper sleeve pocket, cuffed, buttoned sleeves, and a front button closure. (See fig 7–3.)
(6) Trousers, cold-weather, OG 107. Fabric is cotton and nylon, wind resistant. The trousers have hip pockets, side front cargo pockets, waist adjustment straps, a slide-fastener fly, and leg draw cords.
(7) Trousers, wool serge, OG 108. The trousers have four patch pockets (two in front, two in back) with flaps and a covered front zipper opening.
c. Accessories. The following accessories are normally worn with the cold-weather uniform. (1) Belt, web with open-faced black buckle (para 27–2a and b).
(2) Coat, cold-weather, woodland camouflage pattern (BDU field jacket) (para 3–2b(3)).
(3) Boots, combat, leather, black (para 27–3).
(4) Chaplain’s apparel (para 27–7).
(5) Gloves, black leather shell with inserts (para 27–12a).
(6) Military Police accessories (para 27–16).
(7) Neckgaiter (para 27–17).
(8) Scarf, olive-green 208 (para 27–21b).
(9) Socks, black, cushion sole (para 27–24a).
(10) Undergarments (paras 27–28).
(11) Undershirt, brown (para 27–28e).
(12) Organizational clothing and equipment, as determined by the commander in accordance with CTA 50–900. d. Classification. The OG 108 uniform is an organizationally issued field uniform. The beret is an organizational
issue item. DA Pam 710–2–1 governs turn-in and reissue of the beret.