Badges Required for All Events

You must wear your badge to *all events!  
  • Please attach badge to your right collar or lapel for easy identification. 
  • Award recipients, speakers, and presenters will remove badges once General Session begins.
  • *You must bring your badge to the Banquet. It does not have to be worn.
See wear instruction examples below:

 
 
 

Uniform of the Day

Persons wearing the USAF-style Uniforms must meet weight and grooming standards in CAPM 39 -1.

OFFICER'S RECEPTION: Civilian Attire
  • Casual

CONFERENCE and OPEN COCKPIT: Service Uniforms

Corporate-style Uniforms
  • Corporate Service Dress Uniform
  • Aviator Shirt Uniform
  • Corporate Working Uniform (Polo Shirt)
USAF-style Uniforms
  • Service Dress Uniform (Class A)
  • Blue Service Uniform (Class B)

BANQUET: Service, Dress Uniforms or Appropriate Civilian Attire

Corporate-style Uniforms
  • Corporate Service Dress Uniform
  • Aviator Shirt Uniform
USAF-style Uniforms
  • Service Dress Uniform (Class A)
  • Blue Service Uniform (Class B)
  • Mess Dress
  • AF Semi-Form Uniform (cadets only)
or

Appropriate Civilian Attire
  • Men: Business suit, nice shirt and slacks.
  • Women: Business suit, nice dress, pants suit, etc.
Please ensure your uniform adheres to CAPM 39-1 and the applicable WAWG S39-1.

Tip: Peer inspections (especially from a Cadet Officer) are much more effective than a personal review! This manual has changed over the years. Please do not be caught by surprise! Thank you for your support!



Customs & Courtesies, and Respect for the Flag
  • DO NOT SALUTE INDOORS unless *reporting to receive an award. Of course Veterans have the right to render a hand salute to the Flag whether in uniform or not.
  • Please be alert to who is around you and demonstrate the highest level of customs and courtesies at all times!
  • Take a look at the Flag Code, specifically §9, “Conduct during hoisting, lowering or passing of flag.
  • This information is echoed in our own CAPP 151, Respect on Display.
  • Please make note of the differences for conduct while indoors vs outdoors.

    *If reporting for an award, click here to review important information and the order of motions.