LVMAC Tidbit: The Army Goes Green Again

November 15, 2018

Heraclitus said the only constant is change.  The Army, like the Navy, continues to prove its constant is a uniform change.  Therefore, on Veterans Day, the Army officially announced a replacement (“pinks and greens”) to its current service uniform (Class A’s) inspired by its World War II uniform — “pinks and greens.”  Army Blues will return to being a dress uniform.  [Editor’s Note: The blouse is a dark shade of green and not the brownish color the photograph below might suggest to you.]

For more information, see the source article: “It’s official: Army approves ‘pinks and greens’ uniform on Veterans Day” , Army Times, 11 November 2018

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As of 15 November 2018

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