Anodized, non-tarnish, 22-carat gold-plated buckle with US Coat of Arms and branch-colored braid mounted on shrink-resistent leatherette. Belt is adjustable to 50", one-size-fits-all. Belt width is 1-3/4 inches.
Wear of the Ceremonial Belt: The ceremonial belt is worn with the Army Service Uniform on ceremonial occasions, with or without a saber. Local unit SOPs may govern the ceremonial belt wear at official functions, so be sure to check these as well. We discuss this issue more fully in our FAQ.
What is the regulation that governs wear of this item?
Question by: Duane on Feb 23, 2019, 3:03:00 PM
Local unit SOPs may govern the ceremonial belt wear at official functions. Unfortunately AR670-1 is silent on the wear of this belt and the saber. One visual reference we use is the Manual of Arms, located at the link below.
Do you all carry bullion branch insignia? I'm in Korea and having a traditional mess jacket put together. Looking for Infantry branch. Thx.
Question by: Scott Nelson on Mar 25, 2017, 9:37:00 AM
Yes, we do have these available in limited quantities. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details. Reference item #04-650. These retail for $18 a pair. We would be happy to put an order together for you.
Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Mar 30, 2017, 3:30:00 PM
Can the U.S. Army Officer Ceremonial Belt (MI) be worn with the Blue ASU with award ribbons or are medals worn with ceremonial belt?
Question by: Scott McDeed on Jan 9, 2017, 2:29:00 PM
Sir, all awards; ribbons, miniatures, and the full-size medals are authorized to wear with the ceremonial belt. The Old Guard typically wears the full-size medals. Wearing full-size medals on your ASU is as formal as you can get when wearing the service uniform.
We suggest ribbons be worn with the ceremonial belt if you are in a group formation. As both the miniature and the full-size medals are costly.
Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Jan 16, 2017, 3:43:00 PM