WHEN A JEWISH CHAPLAIN CONDUCTS
A SERVICE IN A MILITARY CHAPEL
HE WILL NORMALLY WEAR HIS DUTY
UNIFORM, HIS YARMULKAH, AND A
TALLIT. ALTHOUGH THE JEWISH
CHAPLAIN IS ISSUED A CHAPLAIN
SCARF (WHITE), IT IS NOT FREQUENTLY
WORN. ESSENTIALLY, THE JEWISH
CHAPLAINS DRESS IS THE SAME
VESTMENTS AS THE JEWISH PERSONNEL
ATTENDING THE SERVICE.
Figure 3-16.Jewish vestments.
JEWISH VESTMENTS.The following items are required to lay out
Jewish vestments for divine services.
Jewish Vestments (see figure 3-16)
One (1) Tallit (Tallis)
One (1) Yarmulkah (Yarmulke)
One (1) Field table for displaying vestments
The only items required by the rabbi are the tallit and yarmulkah. Place the
tallit and yarmulke on the field table convenient and easily visible to the
rabbi. You may also refer to figure 3-27 which further illustrates the Jewish
tallit and yarmulkah.