The Army is a profession. By wearing the uniform of the U.S. Army, Cadets follow the legacy of those who served our country. Our uniforms embody the professionalism and commitment to the Army Values - loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity and personal courage. The uniform is a symbol of honor and tradition, of esprit de corps and morale, and of personal excellence and pride.
Cadets are issued full U.S. Army Uniforms. Cadets will sign for a dress uniform and a field uniform. Cadets will wear uniforms during school days as directed by Instructors.
The JROTC Dress Uniform (Army Service Uniform - ASU) is the primary uniform for all Army JROTC units. The Army Service Uniform (ASU) for JROTC Cadets will be composed of an Enlisted Army Blue Coat without stripes on the edge of the sleeves; Army Blue Trousers without the yellow braid (males); Army Blue Slacks (females) without the yellow braid; A gray short sleeve Shirt; necktie; the Gray Beret (wool); and the authorized belt w/buckle, black dress shoes, and dress socks. This uniform is nearly identical to that issued to enlisted members of the Army Active Duty, Reserves, and National Guard, with the exception of the gray beret, gray shirt, trousers and slacks without stripes, and the wear of awards and decorations which is outlined in greater detail on the awards page.
The JROTC Field Uniform (ACU- Army Combat Uniform) is the primary uniform for all Army JROTC units during outside the classroom activities. The Army Field Uniform will be comprised of an ACU Jacket, ACU Trousers, Tactical Belt, Tan T-Shirt, Tan Combat Boots, and a Patrol Cap.