What Is a Gig Line?

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A Gig line is a word that is used in the military and it refers to the alignment of the belt buckle, shirt and trouser fly. For you to be dressed well, the three items ought to form a straight line. This name is got from the word 'gig' which means an infraction or violation during an inspection.
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When dressing in uniform, especially military, straightening your gig line is making sure that your shirt, tie, belt buckle, and zipper are all in a striaght line. I'm not sure where
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