US ARMY GREEN SERVICE UNIFORM TROUSERS (AGSU) COMING SOON!

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US ARMY GREEN SERVICE UNIFORM TROUSERS (AGSU) COMING SOON!

Wear of the Army Green Service Uniform
DCS G-1
Uniform Policy Branch
SGM Brian Sanders / MSG Quintana Mitchell
March 2021

Male Soldier Uniform Standards

The AGSU Coat Belt will always face to the left of
the Male Soldier The necktie is tied so it is no
shorter than 2 inches above the top of the belt buckle and so it
does not extend past the bottom of the belt buckle. 8
Male Officer

Grade Insignia: On the AGSU coat, all-weather coat, and
windbreaker, officer grade insignia is worn on the
shoulder loops, 5/8 inch from the outside shoulder seam,
and centered front to back. All officers will wear pin-on
grade insignia on the shoulders of the AGSU coat.
ID Badges: Worn centered with the bottom of the badge
parallel to the third buttonhole of the coat, centered on
the pocket flap button. Only one ID badge will be worn
per side. No more than two badges, one on each pocket
can be worn.
Unit Awards: Emblems with or without frames are worn
centered with the bottom edge of the emblem 1/8 inch
above the right breast pocket flap.
RDI: Soldiers wear the RDI centered 1/8 inch above the top
of the pocket flap or 1/4 inch above any unit awards or
foreign badges that are worn. When the coat lapel obscures
the RDI, Soldiers may wear the RDI aligned to the right edge
of the unit awards.
Overseas Service Bars: Worn centered on the outside
bottom half of the right sleeve. The first bar is sewn
parallel to the bottom of the sleeve with the lower edge
of the overseas service bar 1/4 inch above the sleeve
braid of the coat for officer personnel and 4 inches above
the bottom of the sleeve for enlisted personnel. Each
additional bar is spaced 1/16 inch above and parallel to
the first bar.
SSI – MOHC: Authorized personnel may wear the
nonsubdued SSI – MOHC on the right sleeve of the AGSU
coat for all personnel. The insignia will be worn centered
1/2 inch below the top of the right shoulder seam.
Branch Insignia: On the AGSU coat, officers wear their
branch insignia centered on both lapels approximately 1 –
1/4 inches below the U.S. insignia. The branch insignia is
positioned so that the centerline of the insignia bisects the
centerline of the U.S. insignia and is parallel to the inside
edge of the lapel.
Male Officer

Special Skills Tabs: No more than two tabs of the Soldier’s choosing
may be sewn on the AGSU coat. The special skill tab will be centered
both vertically and horizontally 1/4 inch above the SSI on the left
sleeve of the AGSU coat. Soldiers are authorized two tabs in addition
to a tab that is part of the organization SSI.
DUI: Soldiers (except general officers) wear the DUI on the service
uniform coat centered on the shoulder loops an equal distance from
the outside shoulder seam to the outside edge of the button with
the base of the insignia toward the outside shoulder seam when
grade insignia is not worn on the should loops. If grade insignia is
worn on the shoulder loops, the equal distance is measured from
the inside edge of the grade insignia to the outside edge of the
button. Soldiers are not authorized to wear the DUI on the dress
variation.
SSI: Nonsubdued SSI of an individual’s current organization will be
worn centered on the left sleeve 1/2 inch below the top of the
shoulder seam on the coats of the AGSU for all personnel.
Service Ribbons: On the AGSU coat, Soldiers wear the ribbons
centered 1/8 inch above the left breast pocket. Ribbon mounts will
remain centered above the pocket even if the top ribbon row is
offset.
Combat and Special Skills Badges: Personnel may only wear one
combat or special skill badges from either group 1 or group 2 above
the ribbons, above the top of the pocket, or in a similar location for
uniforms without pockets. Soldiers may wear up to three badges
from groups 3, 4, and 5 above the ribbons, above the top of the
pocket, or in a similar location for uniforms without pockets. One
badge from either group 1 or group 2 may be worn with badges
from groups 3, 4, and 5, provided that the total number of badges
worn above the ribbons, above the top of the pocket, or in a similar
location for uniforms without pockets does not exceed three. The
driver and mechanic badge is not authorized for wear above the
ribbons, above the top of the pocket, or in a similar location for
uniforms without pockets. No more than four badges can be worn
on the uniform.
US Insignia: On the AGSU coat, officers wear the U.S. insignia 5/8
inch above the notch on both collars with the centerline of the
insignia bisecting the notch and parallel to the inside edge of the
lapel.
Male Enlisted

Service Cap: All Soldiers may wear the service cap as an
optional headgear with the AGSU. The service cap is worn
straight on the head so that the braid hatband on the service
cap creates a straight line around the head, parallel to the
ground. Such positioning automatically positions the visor
correctly so that it does not interfere with vision or ride up on
the forehead.
Grade insignia: The insignia is worn centered between the shoulder
seam and elbow (see fig 21 – 57). When the SSI will not allow the
grade insignia to be worn as stated above, the grade insignia will be
placed 1/2 inch below the SSI.
1 Badge: Soldiers wear one badge centered horizontally on
the left breast pocket flap with the upper portion of the
badge approximately 1/8 inch below the top of the pocket.
2 Badges: Soldiers wear two badges equally spaced on the
left breast pocket flap from left to right with the upper
portion of the badges approximately 1/8 inch below the top
of the pocket with at least 1 inch between badges.
3 Badges: equally spaced on the left breast pocket flap
approximately 1/8 inch below the top of the pocket. Soldiers
will wear marksmanship badges that have attaching devices
at the top of the badge, such as the excellence in competition
rifleman badge, in this manner.
SSI: Nonsubdued SSI of an individual’s current organization will be
worn centered on the left sleeve 1/2 inch below the top of the
shoulder seam on the coats of the AGSU for all personnel.
Service stripes: The service stripes are worn centered from seam to
seam on the outside bottom half of both sleeves. The first stripe is
sewn on at an angle of 30 degrees with the lower end inserted in the
front inside seam. The upper end of the stripe is inserted in the back
seam of the sleeve. Each additional stripe is spaced 1/8 inch above
and parallel to the first stripe.
DUI: Soldiers (except general officers) wear the DUI on the service
uniform coat centered on the shoulder loops an equal distance from
the outside shoulder seam to the outside edge of the button with
the base of the insignia toward the outside shoulder seam when
grade insignia is not worn on the should loops. If grade insignia is
worn on the shoulder loops, the equal distance is measured from
the inside edge of the grade insignia to the outside edge of the
button. Soldiers are not authorized to wear the DUI on the dress
variation.
Male Enlisted

Overseas Service Bars: Worn centered on the outside
bottom half of the right sleeve. The first bar is sewn
parallel to the bottom of the sleeve with the lower
edge of the overseas service bar 1/4 inch above the
sleeve braid of the coat for officer personnel and 4
inches above the bottom of the sleeve for enlisted
personnel. Each additional bar is spaced 1/16 inch
above and parallel to the first bar.
Grade Insignia: The insignia is worn centered
between the shoulder seam and elbow. When the SSI
will not allow the grade insignia to be worn as stated
above, the grade insignia will be placed 1/2 inch
below the SSI.
US Insignia Enlisted: On the AGSU coat, the bottom of
the U.S. insignia disk is placed approximately 1 inch
above the notch and centered on the right collar with
the centerline of the insignia parallel to the inside edge
of the lapel.
SSI – MOHC: Authorized personnel may wear the
nonsubdued SSI – MOHC on the right sleeve of the
AGSU coat for all personnel. The insignia will be worn
centered 1/2 inch below the top of the right shoulder
seam.
RDI: Soldiers wear the RDI centered 1/8 inch above the
top of the pocket flap or 1/4 inch above any unit awards
or foreign badges that are worn. When the coat lapel
obscures the RDI, Soldiers may wear the RDI aligned to
the right edge of the unit awards.
Unit Awards: Emblems with or without frames are worn
centered with the bottom edge of the emblem 1/8 inch
above the right breast pocket flap.
ID Badges: Worn centered with the bottom of the
badge parallel to the third buttonhole of the coat,
centered on the pocket flap button. Only one ID badge
will be worn per side

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 4 in

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