This uniform is worn on special occasions, for example parades and inspections. It consists of a pressed light blue shirt - sleeves always down, and never rolled up, a black tie with a Windsor knot, trousers or skirt, 15 dernier tights or black socks and brassard over the shirt. When the weather is colder, a jumper is worn. The epaulettes must be neatly pressed and the jumper should be free of loose threads.
This uniform is a working dress and should be worn when MTP/DPM is not suitable. It consists of a pressed dark blue shirt with the sleeves rolled up to just above the elbow, trousers or skirt, 15 dernier tights or black socks and brassard over the shirt which must sit over the folds in the sleeve. No tie is worn with this uniform, but the collar is unbuttoned. When the weather is colder, a jumper is worn. The epaulettes must be neatly pressed and the jumper should be free of loose threads.
This uniform is worn in the field, or when undertaking activities where working blues/wedgewoods would not be appropriate. It consists of a shirt and trousers. A belt must be worn - either olive green or a stable belt (stable belt must not be worn in the field). In the summer sleeves may be rolled up to just above the elbow. In the colder months, a smock is worn. MTP must be ironed with no creases, whereas DPM should have creases down centre of the legs and on the sleeves.
For more instructional videos, visit this YouTube account which belongs to a former Air Cadet.