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MEN’S  TIE  CLASP/TIE  TACK —A tie clasp or tie tack with any uniform requiring  the  wear  of  a  four-in-hand necktie  (When  wearing  the  uniform coat, ensure the tie tack or clasp is not visible. The use of insignia and devices on tie tacks should be limited to those to   which   you   have   some   proprietary entitlement.) You  may  also  adopt  the  following  uniform modifications if authorized by your local prescrib- ing  authority: COATS —Remove  the  service  dress  blue  coat  in working  spaces UMBRELLA —Carry a plain, black umbrella with any uniform Women  must  abide  by  the  following  skirt- length regulations: WOMEN’S  SKIRT  LENGTH —Wear skirts no longer than 1 1/2 inches below the crease of the back of the knee and no higher than 1 1/2 inches above the crease. —Wear  floor-length  formal  dress  skirts MAIL-ORDER   UNIFORMS The   following   mail-order   facilities   provide uniform  items: Uniform  Support  Center P.O.  Box  15065 Norfolk,   VA   23521-0065 Naval   Uniform   Made-to-Measure   Program Naval  Resale  and  Services  Support  Office Fort   Wadsworth Staten  Island,  NY  10305-5097 For   further   ordering   information,   refer   to U.S.  Navy  Uniform  Regulations,  NAVPERS 15665G,  page  XIV. SUMMARY The uniform promotes a feeling of unity and contributes  smartness  to  the  appearance  of  an individual or a group. The insignia worn upon the uniform can indicate the corps, grade, rate, and specialty,  as  well  as  other  distinguishing  features, such  as  awards,  campaign  ribbons,  and  service stripes to which the wearer is entitled. The following excerpt, taken from an address delivered to a graduating group of midshipmen, truly  expresses  the  meaning  of  the  uniform: Have an exalted pride in the uniform you wear and  all  that  it  represents.  Wear  it  correctly; wear it proudly. Salute it with respect when you meet it; behave in it in a seemly manner; protect it when it is offended or in danger. It represents  the  fleet,  the  Nation,  your  home, and your family. It is a symbol of all that is dear to you and of all that men are willing to die  for. The   United   States   Navy   has   had   a   basic uniform  policy  for  many  years.  The  purpose  of the   uniform   policy   is   to   ensure   that   naval personnel   have   attractive,   distinctive,   and practical   uniforms. To   clarify   any   questions   that   may   arise concerning uniforms, consult  U.S. Navy Uniform Regulations (NAVPERS 15665G), which provides the  basic  naval  uniform  policy. REFERENCES Basic Military Requirements, NAVEDTRA 12043, Naval  Education  and  Training  Program Management  Support  Activity,  Pensacola, Fla.,  1992. U.S.  Navy  Uniform  Regulations,   NAVPERS 15665G,  Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel,  Wash- ington,   D.C.,   1987. SUGGESTED  READING Bearden, Bill, and Bill Wedertz, The Bluejacket’s Manual,   20th  ed., United   States   Naval Institute  Press,  Annapolis,  Md.,  1978. 9-27

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