Be Inspection Ready

The uniformed services have very specific guidelines as to how devices and insignia are to be placed on uniforms. Anyone who has ever attempted to space their devices perfectly may have realized the frustration of using a ruler to measure space while simultaneously puncturing the uniform. Sometimes it takes multiple attempts to get the device placed just right, with the end result being several sets of holes in the uniform (possibly a very expensive uniform).

There is a better way.

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