Home arrow Military Publications – Army Regulations – USAHEC arrow AR 14 Identification Cards Tags and Badges. Reference URL. AR Identification Cards for Members of the uniformed Services Their Eligible Family Members and Other Eligible Personnel. AR Identification Cards, Tags, and Badges. This new regulation— o Replaces AR o Replaces DA Form with DD Form.

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Posted on Jun 5, Why do service members bust on each other for wearing their dog tags? I don’t understand why other mostly enlisted service members bust on me for always wearing my dog tags. When asked why they are chopping ar,y me, they usually don’t give a straight answer; just continue to crack on me.

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My dad retired NCO always said you 600-8-14 always wear them because “you never know what’s gonna happen out there. Posted in these groups: SSG Join to see. Sir, they’re probably just busting your chops because you’re a junior officer. Your dad is correct. In the event of some unforeseen circumstance, god forbid, and your identity can’t be confirmed using visual methods, your dog tags would assist the qrmy in identifying and expeditiously notifying your NOK.

Sgt Robert Gardner 11 mo. After 35 years of not wearing mine my daughter found them in an box of old stuff and asked if she could have one. Of course I said yes and when I asked what she was going to do with it she said she was going to wear it, at that point I started wearing mine again.


SSG Michael Tellekamp 5 mo. Amazing what comes up for discussion. SSG Join to see 600-8–14 mo. If asked about them I have always either said “This way I don’t armmy them” which was true. Or calmly “F off” which is also true.

See, I’ve always worn mine. Hell, I’m out and it’s still habit to wear them. The only time I think that someone is an idiot is when they wear them outside their shirt like some kind of piece of jewelry.

It kind 60-8-14 goes along with those kids that wear their PT shirts to the bar. Or combat boots, blue jeans, riggers belt and a Grunt Style shirt? I’m out and I have one of my old tags still on my key chain.

If in a duty status its a requirement 3— Identification tags and security identification badges a. Wearing identification tags is governed by AR —8— If not in duty status its at the SM’s option.

An interpretation of that can be, if you are Active duty, you are in Duty status unless on leave, AWOL, or some other limited conditions. A more common reading is, “On Duty” meaning while in uniform said uniform may be other then military dress during published duty hours.

If the SM is not performing assigned or implied duties in uniform or out, during published duty hours, then no need to wear ID tags. It doesn’t bother me, I’m gonna keep wearing them. I just never got the joke, I guess. I was raised in a military family father, grandfather, great-grandfather, etc. When I was in, if you were on leave, you were required to wear your ID tags when aboard aircraft. SGM, not to be that guy, but doesn’t the ‘in a duty status’ bit you state semi-contradict the example given in 2 of during physical training?



I ask your view on 2as I have used that in regulaton past when asked why I was not wearing mine for PT, while overseas. Also, not to split hairs, but the referenced jointly published regulation states per To further split hairs, however, the word “only” does not appear in para Honestly not trying to go the barracks lawyer route with that one. SSG Jason Penn 1 y. However, not required does not mean prohibited. Here is the regulwtion Sign Up with Facebook.

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