This is worn on ceremonial occasions including Special Visits, Divisions, Parades and Acts of Worship.
The usual clerical wear for this set of uniform (1A, 1B, 1C) is respective ecclesiastical wear.
For Anglican ministers and Lay Ministers this is our Choir Habit (Cassock, Surplice and Hood) as usually worn with the addition of the large Chaplaincy Badge on the left breast of the preaching scarf.
For non-Anglican chaplains no 1 uniform is your equivalent ‘best’ ecclesiastical dress whatever that is for your denomination.
We would usually wear this at Divisions or when leading acts of worship such as on Remembrance Sunday, or another formal occasion.
Medals when worn hang above or below the badge.
When Medals are not worn, medal ribbons are worn above the badge