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How to properly discard old uniforms, training gear
It also provides the latest updates and changes to policy from Air Force senior leadership and the Uniform Board. For local guidance, Airmen are encouraged to consult their immediate chain of command for clarification on standards and policies. Airmen should also note that any dress and appearance standards not listed as explicitly authorized in AFI , or subsequent guidance updates, are unauthorized. Flag and rank: The subdued black and green cloth flag is authorized for wear until June 1, , then the spice brown US flag will be the only accepted version. Infrared US flags are not authorized The USAF name tape, blouse name tape and rank must be either Velcro or sewn--they must all be affixed in the same manner Independently, the patrol cap name tape and occupational badge may be either sewn or Velcro and do not have to match the rest of the blouse or each other in that manner Higher headquarters and unit patches will be mandatory on April 1, , or when color conversion to spice brown is completed, whichever is soonest. Squadron patches will be worn on the right sleeve along with the U. The higher headquarters patch will be worn on the left sleeve of the OCP.
Air Force cuts 226 AFIs in latest salvo against hated ‘queep’
Responsible for administering and managing the civilian, initial issue, partial initial issue and supplemental clothing allowance programs for Air Force military members by developing and disseminating policy, plans, and program guidance. Approval authority for the quantity and kind of clothing to be furnished annually to enlisted members and the amount of cash allowances that may otherwise be payable in accordance with DODI Responsible for determining the initial issue clothing and supplemental clothing allowances for members of their respective components see Attachment 3. Supplement this AFI as needed; act as the final approval authority for all civilian clothing allowance requests. Approval authority may be delegated to a subordinate level within the organization; however, the delegation of authority remains at the discretion of the parent organization. Directors of government agencies or equivalent within military organizations may also establish requirements for civilian clothing.