When is the wearing of a wig or hairpiece by male personnel in uniform or on duty authorized?

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When is the wearing of a wig or hairpiece by male personnel in uniform or on duty authorized?

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A. The wearing of a wig or hairpiece by male personnel in uniform or on duty is prohibited except to cover natural baldness or physical disfigurement caused by accident or medical procedure. 8. Can a female soldier wear a wig? A. Yes, wigs may be worn as long as the hairpiece is of natural hair color, and the style and length conform to appearance standards. 9. What are the standards for female soldiers who wear hair-holding ornaments (barrettes, pins, clips)? A. Hair-holding ornaments must be transparent or similar in color to the hair and be inconspicuously placed. Beads or similar ornamental items are not authorized. 10. Articles such as wallets, combs, keys and checkbooks may be carried in pockets as long as they do not what? A. They may not protrude from the pocket or present a bulky appearance. 11. Is it a regulation or tradition that personnel must not place hands in pockets other than retrieving articles? A. It is a regulation. 12. Must soldiers wear undergarments with all unif