Army Directive 05-1201
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Army Directive 05-1201 was issued in May 2012 under the authority of the Marshal of the Army. It sets out the policy for correct wear of headdress (covers).
|To:||All Officers and Enlisted in the Royal Manticoran Army|
|From:||Marshal Lord Sir Robert J. Jackson, KE, Marshal of the Army, RMA|
|Re:||The Wearing of Covers (Army Directive 05-1201)|
In accordance with Admiralty Order 1204-03, and as of the date of this Order the following will be the official policy for all Branches of the Royal Manticoran Army, a Division of The Royal Manticoran Navy: The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association, Inc. with regards to the wearing of covers with Uniforms.
WHEN TO WEAR:
When in open convention areas (atriums, corridors, foyers, outside), covers (beret or ball cap) are optional unless otherwise specified (such as for a Masquerade where a full uniform with cover would be normal).
The cover (beret or ball cap) is mandatory for wear with the uniform when acting as an escort for a guest of TRMN or a Flag Officer, at the recruiting table or when recruiting around the con (except in meeting rooms).
WHEN NOT TO WEAR:
The cover (beret or ball cap) is prohibited for wear with the uniform when in meeting rooms or at events not held in places with wide open atrium/foyer like spaces, unless otherwise specified (such as for a Masquerade where a full uniform with cover would be normal).
In Honor of the Queen!
|Lord Sir Rbt. J Jackson, KE|
|Marshal of the Army, RMA|
|Baron, Karstadt Sea|
|King William’s Tower, Landing|
Original publication date of the order is unknown. May 2012 is inferred from the order number, as it no longer appears on TRMN.org
- Admiralty Order 1204-03: "The Wearing of Covers"