Cadet Clothing Request Supply
To speed up the uniform issuing / replacement process, please use this form to process your requests. Measurements should be made with a flexible, fabric, 'seamstress type' tape measure. Use the photos as a guide.

If you are a cadet requesting an exchange of clothing please indicate the reason for the exchange (i.e. 'too small' or 'broken zipper' AND the current size indicated on the label ( most sizes look something like "6430" or "7044" or for boots "225/98") If you are needing a new size, please be sure to measure the required areas. If you are not able to measure we can do it in the QM.

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Current Cadets Requiring replacements:
Current Cadets should indicate the reason for replacement, current sizes and be sure to measure as needed below.
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head measurement (required for beret)
tape should be about a finger width above the eyebrow and level around the head. https://www.logistikunicorp.com/CommonPages/Measurements/Measurement.asp?Lang=E&Page=HEAD
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neck measurement (required for shirt)
leave a finger's space to ensure you are comfortable - you don't want it too tight! https://www.logistikunicorp.com/CommonPages/Measurements/Measurement.asp?Lang=E&Page=NECK
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chest measurement (required for shirt, tunic, t-shirt, parka)
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waist measurement (required for trousers)
measure the waistband of a comfortable pair of pants or around the waist of the body (avoid measuring on top of clothing if possible) https://www.logistikunicorp.com/CommonPages/Measurements/Measurement.asp?Lang=E&Page=WAIST
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hip measurement (required for trousers)
measure the the fullest part of the hips and seat. Round up to the nearest 1/2 inch. https://www.logistikunicorp.com/CommonPages/Measurements/Measurement.asp?Lang=E&Page=HIP
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height (required for shirt, tunic, parka, trousers)
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boot size
we use NATO sizings, but a boot size can be used to get us close.
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glove size
To find out your glove size, measure (in inches) around your hand with a tape measure across your palm. You should use your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed.
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