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    Army What's on your Uniform?

    The tittle says it all, what's on your Uniform?
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    Nothing, I like to keep myself clean.

    JB
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    lint, most likely.
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    Dirt and sweat...it's hot out...

    As an aside, I tend to wear my nametape, flag and slipon too...
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    Lint. Dust. More Dust. More Lint. Shoulder flashes, rank badges, first aid qualification, course badge, proficiency badge, name tag.

    BTW, did I mention dust?
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    Would be lint on my dress uniform, but it's been sitting in a garment bag for the last two months. Ha!

    I'm still picking excess threads off of odd nooks and crannies of my CADPATs. Nailclippers are great for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabrwock View Post
    Nailclippers are great for that.
    I remember guys on basic bringing them to the field all the time for threads...

    I musta been lazy with my lighters, they looked at me like I was insane burning threads...
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    Lint, 692 50th anniversary pin, Centennial flight pin, nametag, shoulder flashes, rank badges.

    I have yet to get my level badge and course badge yet..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2551Airborn View Post
    The tittle says it all, what's on your Uniform?
    More importantly ... What is IN your uniform.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWP View Post
    More importantly ... What is IN your uniform.
    Hopefully whoever possesses it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GWP View Post
    More importantly ... What is IN your uniform.
    a COATS hanger

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwgill View Post
    a COATS hanger
    COAT Service. Bwahahahaha!
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    On: -Standard first aid
    -Gold Fitness
    -Distinguished Marksman
    -PERT and AI camp badges
    -Level 3 proficiency
    -(soon to be) Sgt. Rank badges
    -Lint & Dust

    In: Pocket change, dust bunnies and maybe my nametag.
    WO2 Mike Simpson
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    706 Ottawa Snowy Owl Air Cadet Squadron
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    On my uniform right now:
    -MWO rank
    -CLI Adventure
    -NSCE Qualification

    -Silver Fitness
    -Standard First Aid
    -Level 2 Marskman

    -Name Tag
    -Service Medal
    - Legion Medal

    -Dust
    -Lint
    -Loose Threads

    My Tunic is soon to be changed up. I now have my Master Cadet and it will be replacing my CLI badge and my NSCE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayz_2835 View Post
    On my uniform right now:
    -MWO rank
    -CLI Adventure
    -NSCE Qualification

    -Silver Fitness
    -Standard First Aid
    -Level 2 Marskman

    -Name Tag
    -Service Medal
    - Legion Medal

    -Dust
    -Lint
    -Loose Threads

    My Tunic is soon to be changed up. I now have my Master Cadet and it will be replacing my CLI badge and my NSCE.
    Congratulations.
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    Nothing is on mine, save for;

    Name Tag

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoutcastofthecore View Post
    Nothing is on mine, save for;

    Name Tag

    That corporal rank would probably be a start, no ?

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    And now we digress into mindless debate,
    "Junior officers and NCOs who neglect to guide the thinking of their men are shirking a command responsibility."
    -- February 1955 Combat Forces Journal

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc.sigouin View Post
    That corporal rank would probably be a start, no ?
    I believe the first things you'd question are the affiliated unit badges and the RCAC ones..

    For mine:

    - Nametag
    - 2x British Columbia Dragoons Shoulder Flash
    - 2x RCAC Shoulder Flash
    - M/Cpl Rank
    - CLI D&C Badge
    - Silver Star Badge
    - Cross II Marksmanship Badge
    - Emergency First Aid

    Soon to be (eg. by October):

    - Bronze Fitness (I got my fitness level at camp, but for some reason they screwed up and said "Who-ha, you fail and didn't get anything")
    - Brass Buttons
    - Sgt Rank
    - Gold Star Badge
    - Level 1 in some sort of instrument (thinking about drums or pipes).
    Alex Crooks lsmanavetsarmycsm1
    C/MWO (Retired)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    And now we digress into mindless debate,
    Guess not...

    Might as well answer the thread's question since I put my two cents in

    - Navy League of Canada shoulder identifiers
    - Nametag
    - 10 years of service pin + provincial camp pin (on top of nametag)
    - Long Service medal (centered below nametag)
    - Lieutenant-Commander rank (NL) (2½ ringer + maple leaf on top)
    Last edited by marc.sigouin; 19th August 2009 at 03:34. Reason: Responding to thread

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