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Men's Dark Blue Long-sleeve Uniform

1988

The dark blue long-sleeved shirt was worn only by men. It required that the shirt's material and shade matched that of the trousers worn.

A tie was mandatory with this shirt unless performing "field duty."

Unlike other uniform shirts, military creases were optional on this one.

Enlisted members wore chevrons on the sleeves. Senior NCO's had the option of wearing shoulder mark insignia (should boards).