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In the military a sharp and clean appearance is expected. It is important that your uniform always look as crisp as possible, especially for inspections. Starching a ...

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Oct 23, 2008 ... Learn how to a law enforcement uniform with expert step-by-step instruction in this free ... Use a pillow case and some starch SAPD POST 761.
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Oct 23, 2008 ... Learn how to clothes using starch with expert step-by-step instruction in this free clothes ironing video clip. Expert: Vickie Pavone Bio: Vickie ...

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A military uniform must be kept in top condition. It must always remain spotlessly ... Apply starch and iron the repeat the process for the other leg. Comments.

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Presenting a professional image is mandatory for police officers. The uniform is easily recognizable and usually the first thing people notice -- particularly in ...

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Dec 13, 2014 ... Breaking Starch: The Paradox of Modern Military Uniforms. Robert H. Gregory, Jr. The old Army saying 'Who ever saw a dirty soldier with a ...

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I retired from the Army before ACUs were required. I thought the ... And DA Pam 670-1 says: "Soldiers will not starch the ACU under any circumstances. ... Once I iron it and press all patches and tapes, it looks like a uniform!

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Starch with no steam to get wrinkles out (do a panel at a time). c. The Yoke ... This will not be starched later and will help pop your military creases on the back.

www.reddit.com/r/AirForce/comments/2kuwa0/starched_abus

Feel free to discuss anything about the Air Force or military in general. .... Pretty sure the AFI says not to starch and iron your uniform bro.