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  1. TRN

    TRN Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know where the exact order is for the wear of the vests?

    I was reading something and saw it mentioned only having to wear them in evening hours to morning.

    Not sure if that was just someone who didn't know the full order.

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  2. MumblingJoe169

    MumblingJoe169 New Member

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    iv been told that its full riding gear to include vest at ALL times. Could be wrong though. Seems silly.
     
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    NisAznMonk New Member

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    For me @ Kadena AB its at all times.
     
  4. ZaC851

    ZaC851 New Member

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    you suppose to wear them at all times. But reading the order it says in uniform which i guess could be taken differnt ways...but when i took the MSF course here on base...they said we were suppose to wear them at all times...

    I dont know what branch you in but USMC..

    MCO P1020.34F
    MARINE CORPS UNIFORM REGULATIONS


    3022. PROTECTIVE MOTORCYCLE CLOTHING
    1. An unornamented protective helmet which meets the standards of the Snell Memorial Foundation, the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) Z90.1-1971, or the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 218; eye protection (impact-resistant eyeglasses, goggles, or a face shield attached to the helmet); and a high-visibility reflective vest (international orange, lime green, or bright yellow) are authorized for wear by Marines in uniform while operating or riding as passengers on a motorcycle, MOPED, motorscooter, or similar two- or three-wheeled vehicle.
     
  5. mikdavi84

    mikdavi84 OT Supporter

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    we just have to wear a pt belt. I strap it around my backpack
     
  6. mrduke

    mrduke OT Supporter

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    It's a base instruction that requires us to wear it at all times.
     
  7. ZaC851

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    Hey yo TRN...you with the ruff ryders club here in jville? Them boys is crazy...

















    :mamoru::mamoru:
     
  8. MumblingJoe169

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    unornamented helmet? fuck that shit
     
  9. mrduke

    mrduke OT Supporter

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    :werd: I've never heard that one. If it was enforced on base here I would definitely know about it :mamoru:

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