Our honor guard uniforms project an image of professionalism and precision. Each component of the uniform was selected by the charter members of the honor guard. This included the designs of both the cap and blouse coat badges as well as the buttons. Each uniform is exactly the same with the exception of the agency patch on the right shoulder of each blouse coat. Each team member wears the patch from either the EMS or fire service agency they represent. This represents the diversity of the team. The left shoulder of the blouse coat displays the patch of the honor guard, which represents the unity of the team. The only indication of rank on the uniform is on the name tag of the commander and deputy commander. No other indication of rank from a member’s agency is worn on the uniform or acknowledged. No member may wear any pins or other insignia on their uniform that has not been approved for the entire team to wear.
Initial shipment of blouse coats is ready to ship from Marlow White Uniforms.
Each uniform consists of the following components:
- Black high neck honor guard blouse coat with red trim and blank gold buttons
- Black trousers with red trim
- Black Sam Browne blouse coat belt
- Black polo shirt with red trim
- Black trouser belt
- Black and white bell cap with red trim
- Black trench coat
- Black dress shoes
- Red shoulder cord
- Blouse coat and cap badges
- Gold name plate
- “In Honor” Flag pin
Multiple vendors were used to provide us with our uniforms.
Marlow White Uniforms
High neck honor guard blouse coat and the trousers and Sam Browne Belt.
Shoes, bell cap, trouser belt, and trench coat
Smith and Warren Badges
Blouse coat badge, cap badge, name plate
Red shoulder cord
The black polo shirts and the “In Honor” Flag pins were ordered from small specialty vendors.