Midshipmen Uniform Regulations
Service Dress Blue
- 2) The Navy black V-neck pullover (both light and heavy weaves per article 3501.83 and footnote 4 reference (a)) and the Marine Corps (green or blue) Service Sweater (no name tag) are authorized for wear by officers of the respective services. The Navy blackjacket with stand-up knit collar may be worn in lieu of Service Dress Blue (SOB) blouse with or without the sweater. The gender neutral (men's style) Navy blue garrison cap may be worn with the sweater or jacket (not with the SOB blouse); midshipmen do not have corresponding options. Navy officers will wear the SOB blouse when attending events where midshipmen are required to wear SOB. Officers of the other services stationed at USNA will adjust their uniform guidance as appropriate. The Marine Corps Tanker Jacket is an optional uniform article that can be worn with the Service "B" or Blue Dress "C" uniform. The submarine sweater is authorized for wear by personnel who are qualified in submarines with Service Khaki and the Navy Service Uniform, and must be worn in the manner prescribed in reference ( d).
- 3) Navy and Marine Corps women may wear skirts as an option to the basic uniform. Service shoes or pumps may be worn with either skirts or slacks for Navy personnel.
- 6) The brown leather flight jacket is authorized to be worn on the Naval Academy complex by Navy (per article 6803.2.b (2) reference (a)) or Marine Corps personnel. The brown leather flight jacket may beworn with the Service Khaki (Navy) and Service "B" (Marine) only; it will not be worn in lieu of the SDB blouse (Navy) or the Blue Dress "C" uniform (Marine). The brown leather flight jacket must not be tom or worn but present a very professional and military appearance. Patches on the flight jacket are limited to one patch on each front lapel and each shoulder; patches on the back of the jacket are not allowed. The green nylon flight jacket is not authorized to be worn on the Naval Academy Complex.
Dinner Dress Blue Jacket as prescribed