Marine Corps Charlie Uniform Regulations

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Marine Corps Charlie Uniform Regulations
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United States Marine Corps "C" (Charlie) dress and service uniforms are worn according to Marine Corps Uniform Regulations MCO P1020.34. The Charlie dress and service uniforms are different from the Alpha, Bravo and Delta uniforms. The utility uniform, the camouflage uniform called "cammies," is the same throughout the Corps. U. S. Navy corpsmen who elect to wear Marine Corps service uniforms must wear Charlie service uniforms.

Occasions to Wear Charlie Uniform

The USMC Charlie uniform may be worn as part of the duty uniform both on and off the military installation, for commuting to and from work, and on leave and liberty. Commanders may prescribe it to be worn at formations at parade, ceremonies or as winter wear.

Charlie Service Uniform Description

The Charlie service uniform consists of a short sleeved khaki shirt, white T-shirt, service trousers, dark green slacks or skirt and soft Garrison Cover (headgear) or hard-framed Barracks Cover with a dark green cover.

Charlie Dress Uniform Description

Dress blue Charlie uniform consists of a long-sleeved khaki shirt with tie, blue slacks, Barracks Cover with white cover, Ribbons and Shooting Badges. Women wear a green neck tab instead of a tie.

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