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Does anyone know of a site that has pictures of USAF dress uniforms? Particularly women's uniforms?

[Edit: Okay, I've partly found what I was looking for... but I don't suppose anyone can explain the difference between, like, the class A and class B uniforms?]
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Um, hello. :) I'm a friend of Kami's and was wondering if your question still needed answering. I'm about to go into AF ROTC this fall so I should be knowing this kind of stuff already. I've never heard of Class B uniforms before. As far as I understand it (and I also spent time in Army ROTC and this applied there, as well), Class A uniforms include your button-down dress shirt, necktie - not sure what the female's is called, some special name, belt/buckle, slacks/skirt, and shoes, as well as a cover (usually garrison cap) if you are outdoors. The dress blues are the exact same thing except you wear your blazer with polished badges and ribbons. I'm not sure what the rule is about wearing badges and ribbons with Class A's, 'cause sometimes people wear them and sometimes they don't. I can dig out my old manuals to double check this info if you'd like. Just drop me a line, and I'll be happy to help. :)
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Actually, one related question and then I think I can finally stop digging into this issue ;) It's about the hats. I know when you go inside you're supposed to take off your hat, correct? And with the large 'wheel' hats, you're supposed to kind of carry it under your arm, I think. Do you know anything specific about how the garrison cap is supposed to be carried indoors?

Hmm... I guess I could use a technical advisor, like the show does ;)
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Technical advisor, eh? Will I be getting paid? hehe, just kidding!! I will look it up for you and get back to you. If I forget, just send an email my way (starbuck92@yahoo.com) and give me a whack so I'll remmeber, hehe.