Story and photos by SN Carey
Students from the Navy Detachment, Fort Meade, Md. participated in a dress whites inspection. The inspection was to ensure that all Sailors have the proper uniform ready to wear as the summer dress uniform, beginning April 26.
Shiny shoes, creased trousers, correct ribbons and good haircuts are a few of the items that Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jason Carter, the Detachment Leading Chief Petty Officer, meticulously looked over during the inspection. Overall we had an outstanding passing rate, with only a few minor discrepancies that were quickly brought up to par.
It’s now time to hang up the dress blue uniform and change it up to the dress whites for the summer time. Great job Shipmates!
The Navy Detachment stands ready for inspection.
Long hours are put into shining each shoe.
MCC Carter, the leading chief petty officer at the detachment shares a few words before performing the dress white inspection.
SR Harbach keeps the "E" on his Expert ribbon polished just for this inspection.
MCC Carter inspects SN McLearnon. No hits, good job!
MCC Carter also inspect neckerchiefs. SR Riley always keeps his prim and proper.