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(1) Captain. Wear six yellow stripes, 1/8 inch wide. Place the lowest stripe 5/8 inch from and parallel to the squared end of the mark. Space other stripes 1/4 inch apart. Center a gold plated metal, five point star, 1/2 inch across on the shoulder board, with one point facing toward and 1/2 inch from the upper stripe.

(2) Commander. Same as prescribed for Captain, except there are five stripes.



(3) Lieutenant Commander. Same as prescribed for Captain, except there are four stripes.



(4) Lieutenant. Same as prescribed for Captain, except there are three stripes.



(5) Lieutenant (junior grade). Same as prescribed for Captain, except there are two stripes.



(6) Ensign. Same as prescribed for Captain, except that there is one stripe.



f. COAT COLLAR ANCHOR INSIGNIA AND COAT COLLAR STAR INSIGNIA

i. General. Coat collar insignia consists of plain gold anchors indicating midshipman status and gold stars indicating Distinguished Midshipman worn on the collars of the blue coats.

ii. Service Dress Blue Coat



(1) Anchor Insignia. A plain gold anchor 17/16 inch long, the stock, 3/4 inch wide, and the flukes 1-1/17 inches wide. The stock inclines at an angle of 8 degrees from the horizontal (right and left). Pin it on each collar tip of the coat so the anchor's crown is 1/2 inch above the notch of the lapel (males), 1 inch from the bottom and midway between the two sides (females), and the center line of the shank is parallel to and approximately 3/4 inch from the collar's outer edge. The lower end of the stock is outboard and the stock approximately horizontal.

g. SHIRT COLLAR INSIGNIA

i. General. Shirt collar insignia consists of gold fouled anchor, eagle, and bar worn on the collar tips of blue and khaki shirts, to indicate the wearer's class and/or rank.

ii. Insignia Indicating Class NROTC



(1) Anchor Insignia. A gold metal fouled anchor, 5/8 inch (right and left).

(2) Eagle-Anchor Insignia. Consists of a spread eagle on gold metal fouled anchor. The device is 11/16 inch (right and left).



(3) Manner of Wear. Pin the anchor or eagle-anchor insignia to the collar in a vertical position with the center of the insignia approximately 1 inch from the front edge and 1 inch below the upper edge of the collar. The anchor's stock is parallel to the upper edge of the collar and the unfouled arm of the stock faces front.



(a) Midshipmen, First Class of other than Officer Rank. Wear the eagle-anchor insignia on both collar points.

(b) Midshipmen, Second Class of other than Officer Rank. Wear the anchor insignia on both collar points.



(c) Midshipmen, Third Class. Wear the anchor insignia on the right collar point only.



(d) Midshipmen, Fourth Class. Wear no insignia on the collar.



iii. Insignia Indicating Midshipman and Officer Candidate Rank. Consists of gold metal bars, on the collar tips of blue and khaki shirts to indicate the wearer's rank. On closed collar shirts, pin this insignia on the collar so that the center of the first bar is approximately 1 inch from the front edge and 1 inch below the upper edge of the collar. The upper edge of bars are parallel to upper edge of collar. On open collar shirts, all midshipmen, except Captains, center insignia one inch from the front and lower edges of the collar and position it with the vertical axis of the insignia along an imaginary line bisecting the angle of the collar point. Captains wear insignia one quarter inch from the lower and outside edges of the collar and position it with the vertical axis of the insignia along an imaginary line bisecting the angle of the collar point.



(1) Captain. Wear six parallel bars, each 3/4 inch wide, and spaced 1/8 inch apart, connected by a thin strip of wire or metal.

(2) Commander. Wear five parallel bars each 3/4 inch wide, and spaced 1/8 inch apart and connected by a thin strip of wire or metal.

(3) Lieutenant Commander. Wear four parallel bars each 3/4 inch wide, and spaced 1/8 inch apart and connected by a thin strip of wire or metal.

(4) Lieutenant. Wear three parallel bars each 3/4 inch wide, and spaced 1/8 inch apart and connected by a thin strip of wire or metal.

(5) Lieutenant (junior grade). Wear two parallel bars each 3/4 inch wide, and spaced 1/8 inch apart and connected by a thin strip of wire or metal.

(6) Ensign. Wear one bar.

h. NAMETAGS

a. Nametags. Center nametags 1/4 inch above the right breast pocket. On uniforms without a right breast pocket, place nametags on the right front in a position corresponding to ribbons on the left. Nametags are rectangular not exceeding dimenĀ­sions of 1 inch by 3-1/2 inches, and may be of any color and design as long as the nametag is standard throughout the command.

Created by MIDN Samuel Hardgrove, updated by MIDN Jack Fonseca.



If there is an error, email jfon@gwmail.gwu.edu.


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