RMP Dress Regulations

#1
I'm looking for the current RMP Dress Regulations, but despite googling, cannot find a link at all.

Does such a document exist in PDF format, or does someone have a link so I can download it?

Would it also state exactly what accroutments can be worn with male SNCO's mess dress, or does that have to be run past the RSM....

Many thanks

Lumpy
 
#2
Lumpy said:
I'm looking for the current RMP Dress Regulations, but despite googling, cannot find a link at all.

Does such a document exist in PDF format, or does someone have a link so I can download it?

Would it also state exactly what accroutments can be worn with male SNCO's mess dress, or does that have to be run past the RSM....

Many thanks

Lumpy
Excuse me if I sound thick here but surely if you are ENTITLED to wear male SNCOs Mess Dress then you have access to RMP Dress Regs?

Are you serving or not then? If you are, 'google' down to the RSMs office and stick your feet in his in-tray! If you are a newly selected Sgt, ask a friendly sweat or PM me. Out of curiosity, what 'odd' badge are you thinking of wearing then?
 
#7
whocares said:
I saw an RMP in Mess Dress wearing a kilt the other night!
Sure it was a kilt? Anything goes these days and especially in my mess!

Bound to be a CP badge he wants to know about and my thoughts, you pay for your Mess Dress........................................stick what the fcuk you want on it along as (a) you are qualified to do so and (b) it looks tidy.

I would say that though aye heedthebaw?
 
#8
On the same line, without starting another thread can someone point me in the direction of AGC (SPS) dress regs?

DII Link is fine.

If not, can someone tell me a) how far the SPS "TRF" goes down the arm
and B) stable belt; whats the rules in the agc? Where does the buckle and/or the adjusty bit go?

Sorry for bone questions, no agc types where I am
 
#9
Go to ArmyNet

On the Homepage click 'Units'

Click 'Arms & Services'

Click 'Adjutant General's Corps'

Cick 'Dress Regulations'
 
#12
My understanding is that you can only wear the CP badge, if it is indeed what the author of the thread is asking for, can only be worn if you are in a Cat 1, or Cat 2 employment.

Was in my day anyway.

Wait for incoming.
 
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#13
sunray757 said:
whocares said:
I saw an RMP in Mess Dress wearing a kilt the other night!
Sure it was a kilt? Anything goes these days and especially in my mess!

Bound to be a CP badge he wants to know about and my thoughts, you pay for your Mess Dress........................................stick what the fcuk you want on it along as (a) you are qualified to do so and (b) it looks tidy.

I would say that though aye heedthebaw?
Yeah, but your 'crossed Lambert and Butler's' were just kicking the arrse out of it. And the embroidered 'rolly machine' on the wrist above your Crown was just showing off.
 
#15
Thanks for the pointers...I'll look at Armynet first thing in the morning.

(Its nothing as 'gucci' as a CP badge or crossed flags.....)

Cheers!
 
#16
Getting more like the yanks everyday, do you really need a badge to let people know your cp trained.thank christ im out of it.
 
#17
yeah I mean anyone can do the Car Parking duties and they don't need a badge, unless of course the 'CP' badge represents the Combat Pioneer :)
 
#18
sunray757 said:
whocares said:
I saw an RMP in Mess Dress wearing a kilt the other night!
Sure it was a kilt? Anything goes these days and especially in my mess!

Bound to be a CP badge he wants to know about and my thoughts, you pay for your Mess Dress........................................stick what the fcuk you want on it along as (a) you are qualified to do so and (b) it looks tidy.

I would say that though aye heedthebaw?
Sunray, we both know people in the Corps who wear badges they are not entitled to, don't we?
 
#20
Pretty sure that the CP badge can only be worn on No 1 and No 2 dress, but then again there was a certain JNCO in 6 (SP)Pl who put it on his jumper, combat jacket and anything else he could get it on!
 

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