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    1. 11-10-2016 06:12 PM #1
      My dad passed away when I was a kid so I get the duty to walk my sister down the aisle at the end of the month. She mentioned that she would want me to wear my uniform for the wedding but being that Ive been out for almost 3 years and it not being my wedding kinda makes me want to stay with a traditional tux. Would it be too much attention grabbing if I did? I dont think it would be so weird if I was still in but im a civilian now lol...

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    3. 11-11-2016 11:29 PM #2
      As long as you fit the law (i.e. retired from service or honorably discharged, or currently active) it's up to you.

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      03-10-2017 03:56 PM #3
      Wear it proudly. If you got out on good terms you can wear it for ceremonial purposes for sure.

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      03-10-2017 03:57 PM #4
      I'm way late, sorry.

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