Help!!!!!!!!!! -Orders of dress

Help!!!!!!!!!! -Orders of dress

Joined: October 8th, 2004, 10:28 pm

June 25th, 2007, 1:02 am #1

OK guys, what the hell does "1D" mean, with or without gongs? Ever try to access the CF dress regulations from home. its classified and not available on the internet.
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Jason Bobrowich
Jason Bobrowich

June 25th, 2007, 2:15 am #2

CF Dress Regs? That's why Google was invented...

The following are the different categories of naval uniforms in Canada:

Ceremonial Dress - 1

No. 1 - Navy blue uniform with medals, swords, etc.
No. 1A - Navy blue uniform with medals only
No. 1C - White high-collar uniform, with medals
No. 1D - White high-collar uniform, with ribbons only


From here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniforms_o ... ian_Forces

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Paul Fredenburg
Paul Fredenburg

June 25th, 2007, 2:31 am #3

yeah found that too but its old news. I guess 1D realy means DEU with ribbons
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Tom Rea
Tom Rea

June 25th, 2007, 11:13 am #4

OK guys, what the hell does "1D" mean, with or without gongs? Ever try to access the CF dress regulations from home. its classified and not available on the internet.
HI

No. 1A Formal and other significant occasions for which the wearing of complete ceremonial attire – No. 1 or 1B orders – is not deemed necessary
or appropriate; ie, no swords, ceremonial belts, bayonets, etc.:
a. investitures;
b. levees;
c. ceremonial parades;
d. ceremonial occasions, when attending as a spectator;
e. on Remembrance Days in messes;
f. formal military weddings; and
g. other occasions as ordered.
(Full Dress) No. 1B As for No. 1 or 1A orders of dress. Worn by authorized units only (see Chapter 5).
(Undress) No. 1C As for No. 1 or 1A orders of dress. Optional undress order.
(Undress) No. 1D As for No. 1C order of dress with undress ribbons. For wear on less formal occasions at which the wearing of orders, decorations and medals would be considered inappropriate.
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