"The author in his reasoning creates confusion in the rules of clothing allowances of officers, military personnel and contractual military service. To a certain credibility used quotes from dubious sources who do not know any terminology or understanding of the differences between subjects working uniforms, tropical uniforms, casual uniforms of sailors, "- he said. According to him, "the current working uniform of conscripts, consisting of sets of cotton navy blue caps and currently meets all the conditions of life on the ships."
"In 2008. for military personnel of all categories (from sailor to officer) was additionally introduced seafarers working uniform with reflective strips to work exclusively on the upper deck. It is moisture, retains heat and is used for mooring ships and other works on the upper deck with a view of adverse weather conditions and poor visibility, "- said the representative of the Navy.
"It is not true, and the author's article that caps and hats in the Navy will be replaced by knitted hats and berets", - he said.
"The officers' blue jacket with stand-up collar was introduced additionally in 2011, and not as a substitute for other items of uniforms, as stated in the article. The tunic is designed for officers and established itself over time as the subject of comfortable traditional form of clothing used while carrying ship or watch duty on the ship "- reminded the agency.
"Information about the poor conditions on the ships shape washing clothes is also not true," - said the representative of the Navy.
"When the ship docked in the base laundry work is carried out on a regular basis, outsourcing companies. While at sea wash uniforms and linen is made with special and household washing machines which are placed on the board, "- he recalled.
"The author of the article should know that the cleanliness and order on each ship of the Navy, regardless of his rank, historically built into the sacred tradition", - said the representative of the Navy.
"It can be concluded that the publication of a series of repeated incompetent and misleading publications military topics in this edition of", - said the representative of the Navy