CSLI

CSLI Uniform

The CSLI is a uniform-wearing relief organisation and as such openly acts against the current ousting of all forms of uniforms from official support and rescue services. Every active CSLI service man/woman is responsible for obtaining his/her uniform and all accessories at his/her own expenses. But sustaining members not wanting to wear uniform are most welcome to assist in plain clothes during various operations like air days or homeless and handicapped persons support events. There is no compulsion whatsoever in the CSLI to wear uniform.

BUT when the uniform is worn it must adhere to the regulations and be in unstained condition. The corresponding CSLI commissary has not only the right but the duty to exclude CSLI members from events if their uniform does NOT comply with the regulations. This is NO depreciation but a gesture of respect towards all other comrades obeying the (necessary) uniform regulations. All uniform wearing persons (not just those from the CSLI) are in the focus of the public so the board of management cannot compromise here in any way.  

 

Domweber Peter Ing BgdrGen CSLI Ing. Peter Domweber

is the uniform commissary of the CSLI board of management.

 

Uniform regulations (dress code)

 

Full dress uniform:

ONE medal bar (with max. 12 medals)

TWO neck medals

THREE crosses or stars on the left side of the uniform

THREE proficiency badges on the right side

Peaked cap from staff officer onwards (or beret for lower ranks)

On the uniform the ribbon has to have a distance to the seam of the breast pocket of 45mm.

 

Dress uniform:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ONE ribbon bar (max. 6 rows about each other. If one row only distance to the seam of the breast pocket is 12mm, for more rows 2mm).

THREE crosses (no stars) on the left side of the uniform

THREE proficiency badges on the right side

Peaked cap from staff officer onwards (or beret for lower ranks)

 

Ribbon bar:

On operations and engagements not of a “festive“ character only ribbon bar!

Beret for all ranks!

 

Summer:

Beret for all ranks!

 

Not allowed for CSLI uniforms in any case:

Medal bar or ribbon bar worn on shirt.

Medals with other than a triangular ribbon (Austria) or corresponding regulations in other countries.

Miniature decorations, tiny medals or chains.

Wearing a medal ribbon and the original medal at the same time.

Shirt only during funerals.

Black patent leather shoes.

 

Remarks:

Name tags are worn on the right breast pocket seam, above this TWO more badges at 1cm distance, e.g. pilot‘s wings and proficiency badge.

Or: when pilot‘s wings and proficiency badge are sewn on, below seam of breast pocket.

When wearing a white uniform shirt (see “Summer”) with two breast pockets, epaulette rank badges are worn and the CSLI badge on the left upper sleeve. Name badge is worn next to the breast pocket seam and the pilot‘s wings 1cm above.

 

Guard of Honour:

On ALL occasions members of the guard of honour wear the honour cordon on the right side of the uniform!

 

Music corps

On ALL occasions members of the music corps wear the music cordon on the left side of the uniform!

 

Adjutants:

On ALL occasions adjutants wear the corresponding cordon on the right side of the uniform!

 

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