US Army Uniform to go back to WW2 style?

You're not seeing things: Soldiers at AUSA are wearing prototype ‘pinks and greens’

You're not seeing things: Soldiers at AUSA are wearing prototype ‘pinks and greens’

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"The Army is working on a revival of a World War II-era service uniform, and prototypes of the proposed “pinks and greens” made their debut on the conference floor of the annual AUSA meeting in Washington, D.C.

A handful of soldiers are roaming around the conference in variations of the iconic olive uniform, testing out skirts vs. pants and folding caps vs. service caps.

“We want you to go check them out, ask them questions, and let us know what you think,” Sergeant Major of the Army Dan Dailey told soldiers on Tuesday."



From US Army Reserve Twitter:

"This could be your new dress uniform. Here is a preview of what it might look like! #AUSA2017 @USArmy @armyreserve75 pic.twitter.com/cWCOL8DXKA

— U.S. Army Reserve (@USArmyReserve) October 10, 2017"


I always liked the WW2 US Army uniform, far superior to that blue thing they wear.
 
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I think they need to remove or lower the left breast pocket in order to accomodate all the medals they now get.
 

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