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Army Regulation 670–1

Uniform and Insignia

Wear and
Appearance of
Army Uniforms and Insignia

Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC
10 April 2015

UNCLASSIFIED

SUMMARY of CHANGE
AR 670–1
Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia
This rapid action revision, dated 10 April 2015-o

Updates tattoo, branding, and body mutilation policy (para 3-3).

o

Updates initial entry determination authority on tattoos and brands for
Active Army and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (para 3-3g(1)).

o

Authorizes wear of the Army combat uniform for commercial travel (para 3-7c).

o

Clarifies wear of Army uniforms at off-post establishments that primarily sell alcohol (para 4-3c(1), 5-3c(1), 6-3c(1), 11-3c(1), 12-3c(2), 13-3c(1),
14-3c(1), 15-3c(1), 16-3c(2), 17-3c(2), 18-3c(2), and 19-3c(2)).

o

Updates the authorization of shoulder sleeve insignia for current organizations (para 21-16a(12)).

o

Clarifies approval of shoulder sleeve insignia for current organization (para
21-16b).

o

Updates wear guidance of shoulder sleeve insignia-former wartime service for
Operation Enduring Freedom (para 21-17b(13)).

o

Adds wear guidance of shoulder sleeve insignia-former wartime service for
Operation Inherent Resolve (para 21-17b(16)).

o

Adds wear guidance of shoulder sleeve insignia-former wartime service for
Operation Freedom’s Sentinel (para 21-17b(17)).

o

Clarifies approval of distinctive unit insignia (para 21-22b).

o

Updates wear guidance of overseas service bars for Operation Enduring Freedom
(para 21-29a(12)).

o

Adds wear guidance of overseas service bars for Operation Inherent Resolve
(para 21-29a(15)).

o

Adds wear guidance of overseas service bars for Operation Freedom’s Sentinel
(para 21-29a(16)).

*Army Regulation 670–1

Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC
10 April 2015

Effective 10 April 2015
Uniform and Insignia

Wear and…...

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