A new word on the Class-A Uniform from the BSA, effective October 1, 2013: tuck in your shirts!
Originally posted on Bryan on Scouting:
To tuck or not to tuck.
That was the question on the minds of hundreds of parents who have called the BSA headquarters over the past several months.
Their query: Does the Boy Scouts of America require uniform shirts to be tucked in? The questions are specifically referring to field uniforms (known to some by the unofficial name “Class A”) and not activity uniforms (“Class B”).
Problem is there hasn’t been an official policy in the past. The requirement was that the uniform-wearer must be “neat in appearance.” Most packs, troops, and crews interpreted that to mean tucking the shirts in, but a few didn’t.
Now we’ve got our final answer. Read the BSA’s official stance after the jump:
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