The proper wear and appearance of the army PT uniform
I am writing and essay today the proper wear and appearance of the army physical fitness uniform because I failed to meet the standards and did not have my uniform complete. The army PT uniform consists of the following items: gray army tee shirt, black army running shorts, running shoes, white socks and a reflective belt. On days when the weather is cold you may be authorized to wear your “winters”, which consist of an army physical fitness jacket long black running pants, green or black physical fitness cap and gloves with green or black inserts. When I went to the bathroom at 0115 at night here in Iraq I had on my black PT shorts, my gray pt shit untucked, and no reflective belt. So because of my actions I am writing this essay on the proper wear and appearance of the army physical fitness uniform.
The proper way to wear your army physical fitness uniform is: on cold days you must wear your long sleeve physical fitness tee shirt, black running shorts, with your army physical fitness jacket and long black running pants on over your shorts and long sleeve tee shirt. Along with pt gloves with inserts black or green physical fitness cap white socks and running shoes. All of these items must be pulled up to your waist line and not sagging or untucked all tee shirts will be tucked into your shorts.
While in the army physical fitness uniform you will always be clean shaven, with a clean haircut and always wear the uniform with pride.
When it comes to wearing your army physical fitness uniform The physical fitness uniform (IPFU) is authorized for year-round wear by all personnel, when pre scribed by the commander. Soldiers may wear the army physical fitness uniform off post per their Commanders guidelines and to what your commander finds suitable.
Commanders may authorize the wear of commercial running shoes, calf-length or ankle-length, plain white socks with no logos, gloves, PT belts or