Posted on Mar 26, 2014
SSG Christopher Settembrino
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O.k. I have a question that I have not been able to find an answer to.  I have gone though AR 670-1 and looked at almost every alaract message that has come out about the uniform and I can't find anything that states that you are not aloud to wear your eye protection, or any eye wear for that matter, on top of your head.  I did see how you are not aloud to let them hang down around your neck with the cord attached to them though.  I'm trying to square away some soldiers and I just want to make sure I have it in black and white to back it up.
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CSM Command Sergeant Major
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I don't think it says anywhere you can't wear them on your head. It also doesn't say anywhere you can't crap in your sink whilst living in the barracks.
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I was a little short with the answer.


Just because the regulation doesn't specifically say you cannot do something, does not automatically mean you can do it.


Regulations can never foresee nor cover all circumstances or incidents, therefore it is the leaders prerogative to exercise proper jurisprudence in the enforcement of good order and discipline.  

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SSG Christopher Settembrino
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Well that tells me that if his NCO is telling him that he is o.k. with wearing them on top of his head, then that shows me the lack of professionalism on his part, 1SG.  But that's just my opinion of course.
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SSG Christopher Settembrino
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Oh and that RC-# should have been RC-E, my finger slipped.
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if your 1SG says don't do it then why is it even a discussion/argument?
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In the desert, I did not give a damn.
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SFC Ralph E Kelley
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Edited 4 y ago
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SSG Christopher Settembrino -
A soldier called "PJ" posted this online. He can still see. Any Questions?
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