a digital recreation of an original war-era pamphlet distributed to the boys coming home ...
APPEARANCE AND CONDUCT You're the "returning hero" to your family, friends, and community. They'll be looking at you as the Army's representative. You will be on display, so to speak. So don't be a "Sad Sack." You've been through a lot why spoil it by looking like anything but what you are a good soldier. It'll mean a lot to everyone you, your family, the Army, and the community and hike up your morale and pride plenty to know you are making a good impression. A complete uniform including the cap and insignia is required on the post at all times. So get in the swing of things right away.