08/25/10 AR 670-1
first off I would like to say that I was not in the wrong as the clearly states in AR 670-1 (3) While in uniform, personnel will not place their hands in their pockets, except momentarily to place or retrieve
objects. .my hands where in my pocket less than one minute only the place my cell phone in it after I had checked the time and even if they stayed there up to 60 seconds I still would not be in the wrong .there for the . entire resioni I am writhing this essay I flawed just like many other thing in this world
1. For a moment or an instant.
2. Usage Problem In a moment; very soon.
3. Moment by moment; progressively.
Usage Note: Momentarily is widely used in speech to mean "in a moment," as in The manager is on another line, but she'll be with you momentarily. This usage rarely leads to ambiguity since the intended sense can usually be determined on the basis of the tense of the verb and the context. Nonetheless, many critics hold that the adverb should be reserved for the senses "for a moment," and the extended usage is unacceptable to 59 percent of the Usage Panel.
1–9. Uniform appearance and fit
(1) All personnel will maintain a high standard of dress and appearance. Uniforms will fit properly; trousers, pants,
or skirts should not fit tightly; and personnel must keep uniforms clean and serviceable and press them as necessary.
Soldiers must project a military image that leaves no doubt that they live by a common military standard and are
responsible to military order and discipline. Soldiers will ensure that articles carried in pockets do not protrude from
the pocket or present a bulky appearance.
(2) Wear of items on uniforms.
(a) When required and prescribed by the commander, soldiers may attach keys or key chains to the uniform when
performing duties such as charge of...