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Section 38. Official Dress Uniform

The official dress for the Fourth Degree shall be:

  1. Navy Blue Blazer with Fourth Degree Emblem Blazer Crest
  2. Knights of Columbus Emblem of the Order buttons
  3. Official Fourth Degree Gray trousers (no cuffs)
  4. Official Fourth Degree Necktie
  5. Official Fourth Degree Black Beret with Fourth Degree metal badge over appropriate colored patch of the office, as described in Section 38(c)
  6. Plain White Dress Shirt – Button cuff (no French cuffs – no button down collar shirts)
  7. Black Socks and Plain Black Shoes
  8. Official Fourth Degree Lapel Pin (#PG-113)
  9. Incumbent Medal of Office
  10. Past and Former Miniature Medals above left pocket

A member serving in the armed forces of his country, fulltime police and firefighters shall be considered in proper attire when dressed in a Class A or dress uniform.

The colored patches to be used are as follows:

  1. Supreme Master–Dark Blue Patch on his beret.(Pantone # 19-4035 TC.)
  2. Vice Supreme Master–Light Blue Patch on his beret. (Pantone # 14-4313 TC.)
  3. District Master–Gold Patch on his beret. (Pantone # 13-0941 TC.)
  4. Faithful Navigator–White Patch on his beret. (Pantone # 11-0601 TC.)
  5. District Marshal–Green Patch on his beret. (Pantone # 18-5315 TC.)
  6. Assembly Commander–Purple Patch on his beret. (Pantone # 19-3542 TC.)

The colors worn by the Supreme Master, Vice Supreme Masters, Masters and Faithful Navigators may continue to be worn by such officers following their completion of service in that office, for life. This does not apply to Assembly Color Corps Commanders and District Marshals when they complete a term.

These colors shall be mandatory June 10, 2017.

Section 39. Dress for Exemplification.

  1. For a candidate: black or dark (blue or grey) business suit with black shoes, plain white dress shirt as described above, necktie, and candidate identification.
  2. For a candidate serving in the armed forces of his country, fulltime police and firefighters: a Class A or dress uniform.
  3. The social baldric, presented at the exemplification. should only be worn at functions when the Fourth Degree member is dressed in a business suit or tuxedo. The social baldric is not worn with the official dress uniform.
  4. For honor guard: official dress uniform as set forth in section 38.

Section 40. Dress for Exemplification.

The official regalia when serving in a Color Corps (Honor Guard or Color Guard) is the same as the official.

  1. Service baldric worn over the coat, from right shoulder to left hip; and Silver sword.
  2. The Supreme Master, Vice Supreme Masters, Masters and former such officers only shall be permitted to bear the gold sword; and White gloves.

Section 41. Color Corps.

  1. Assembly may henceforth establish a uniform drill corps with the approval of the Master of the District and such unit shall be known as “Fourth Degree Color Corps of __ Assembly.”
  2. A Color Corps may participate in exemplifications, religious and public functions only with the consent of the Master. The Master shall have full control of the Color Corps in his district, except as hereinafter provided and shall be held strictly accountable for such unit.
  3. The Faithful Navigator shall appoint a Commander of the Color Corps for his Assembly. One and only one Commander shall be appointed.

Section 42. Procedure and Manual of the Sword.

The procedure and Manual of the Sword shall be in accordance with the “Color Corps Drill Manual.” In the absence of such directive the District Master has full control provided, however, that he first receives approval of such procedure from the Supreme Master.