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    • U.S. Army's makes full transition to the Pinks and Greens!


      In November 2018, Sergeant Major of the Army Dailey unveiled the United States Army's new Army Service Uniforms. Originally released for U.S. Troops in 1928, the "Pinks and Greens" became the staple for Soldiers coming home from the war in 1945.


      By 2018, a new revision of the Pinks and Greens came out, with small alterations to accommodate the Army's new traditions, such as keeping the Blue Cord for the Infantry. However, older forms of the uniform have still been kept, such as an Officer and Senior NCO service Cap, patches on the left and right sleeves, and gold lapel pins.


      SSG Chris Winters and all from CID are proud to present Alpha Company with the new edit of the Army Green Service Uniform.

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