I’m sorry to be the one to tell you this but no, you are not required to wear that uniform in the Philippines. It’s just that the word uniform is used loosely here and I really don’t want to get into it.
The only other thing I can think of is that in other countries, and maybe in the US, uniforms are required to wear for formal occasions, like elections, funerals, etc. Im not sure about the Philippines though.
I hear most Filipinos don’t wear uniforms. I think they wear their own kind of uniform though, which I don’t like either. You can wear your own kind of uniform, but that just sets you apart. I would rather dress the part.
It seems that most of the country still thinks that uniforms are a sign of wealth. In the US, I have never seen any kind of uniform in most places. I mean, people buy their clothes at the mall. In Europe, people get their uniforms made and wear them at most formal occasions.
Personally, I love seeing Filipino uniforms. They make me feel like I’m back in the Philippines. I am also a fan of the uniforms of my fellow Filipino soldiers. I have seen some good ones for those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Also, there are people who wear their own kind of uniform. I would rather dress the part.
I wear many different kinds of uniform. When I was a kid, I was raised in a very rural part of the Philippines. This place literally has no metro, so we didn’t need a lot of transportation. I was raised in a small house with a small backyard with no cars, so I got used to wearing my father’s army uniform, which meant that I wore the same uniform for every day.
I don’t know how many times I have worn my father’s uniform. I never thought of it as a uniform. It was just the way I was dressed when I was a kid, and it has remained the way I dressed up to this day. I wore it when I got back from deployment and in the years after, but I wore it in service with the same uniform every day.
After a few years of service with the same uniform, I was able to look past the fact that I was wearing the same uniform every day and realize why I was dressed the way I was. I realized I wasn’t just wearing it as a show of support but as a sign of my values. When I was in the Army I was always trying to be a good person.
That is why I wear it every day. I have a military uniform in my closet that says something about who I am. It says, “I am a man who loves serving, that I will always be true to my country above all else.” This uniform was made for me by people who love serving and who have the values that I am trying to live by.
My uniform tells me I am a man who loves serving.