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Figure 9-8.—USNA midshipmen class/rank stripes and shoulder marks. service  dress  blue  uniform.  Midshipmen  wear  class insignia (fig. 9-8, view A) as follows: First  class  wear  one  horizontal  gold  stripe around each sleeve. Second  class  wear  two  diagonal  gold  stripes on  the  left  sleeve  only.  The  stripes  extend between the  elbow  and  cuff  with  the  higher end  along  the  rear  seam  and  the  lower  end along the front. Third class wear one diagonal gold stripe on the left sleeve. Fourth class wear no sleeve stripes. Midshipmen wear gold fouled anchors, an eagle, and  bar  insignia  on  collar  tips’  of  blue  drill  shirts, khaki shirts, and green utilities as follows: Midshipmen  first  class  of  other  than  officer rank wear the eagle insignia on both collars. Midshipmen  second  class  wear  the  anchor insignia on both collars. Midshipmen   third   class   wear   the   anchor insignia on the right collar only. 9-10

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