What do Coast Guard Auxiliary uniforms look like?


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Coast Guard Auxiliary members wear either a dress uniform, which is solid blue or white and worn with a combination cap, or a working uniform, which is solid blue and worn with a baseball-style cap. The website uscg.mil/auxiliary/cginfo/uniforms/ has pictures of all the branch's current uniforms as of 2015.

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The Auxiliary's dress uniforms are identical to the Coast Guard's, except that the buttons and stripes are silver instead of gold. Besides the regular dress and working uniforms, there is the "Blue Blazer" outfit, which is simpler and is the required outfit for volunteer members who choose not to adhere to the Guard's grooming requirements.

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