Dress Regulations

Dress Regulations

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Dress Regulations

It is the responsibility of all members of the Mess to maintain the highest standard of dress that will bring and reflect credit upon the member, the Mess, and the Base. Combinations of civilian and military dress will not be tolerated. Hats/Berets, coats, belts, briefcases, drill canes and pace sticks will be left in the cloakroom. The dress for each function will be clearly indicated on the function Proforma and the Mess notice board. It is the responsibility of all Mess members to ensure that dress regulations are adhered to at all times. 

Orders of dress are defined as follows:

1. Dress regulations in the Club will be posted on the Club notice board.  Dress should be clean and in good repair.  Members are reminded that the dress regulation of Club are those of a Military Mess.

2. Dress for functions will be specifically ordered by the PMC when dress for such functions is other than normal dress regulations; and

3. Items of clothing that are nor allowed at any time are as follows:
  • No head dress; including ball caps, burrets
  • Tank tops (ripped or sleeveless t-shirts, or muscle shirts)
  • Offensive graffiti shirts
  • Sandalls, or thongs, or similar style footwear with out socks
  • Shorts; other than one with pockets (ie Bermuda style)
  • Cut-offs
  • Coveralls; BATUS personnel clean and presentable working dress exempt
  • Sporting attire; PT gear, track suits
  • NO spandex or lycra shorts or leggings