Uniform of the day is always appropriate
- Patrons may wear civilian attire in the CGDF with the following exceptions:
- Dirty, torn or otherwise mutilated clothing of any kind (includes military uniforms and civilian clothing)
- Combinations of military and civilian clothing (excluding the blue CG t-shirt)
- Headgear of any type (excluding food service personnel on duty, law enforcement personnel under arms, religious headgear, and headgear deemed necessary for medical purposes)
- Open toed shoes of any type (applies to military personnel)
- Halter tops, sport bras, tank tops, or any upper-body garment that exposes the midriff
- Pants or shorts without a hem
- Any attire that is sweaty, dirty, or otherwise soiled. This includes gym attire as well as work attire
- Revealing shorts, pants or skirts exposing undergarments
- Plain white undershirts
- Clothing with language or logos showing or discussing illegal drugs, containing anti-military messages, or depicting messages or pictures that are sexual in nature
- Other clothing deemed inappropriate by the watch captain on duty in the galley
The instructors on duty have the authority to remove and report any person(s) not complying with the above standards.
The Commanding Officer or Executive Officer may allow other attire under special circumstances. Only duty flight crews can wear flight suits in the CGDF.
Backpacks & Bags
All backpacks, briefcases, and bags shall be stowed in the hat/coat storage area near the CGDF entrance and not carried into the dining room.
Address any questions or concerns regarding the dress code to the FSO or Galley Supervisor.