The U.S. Army will adopt a new camouflage pattern next year replacing the current pixilated patterned that came out in 2004. While the Army will have the new camouflage the U.S. Air Force will not. The fly boys decided to keep their tiger-striped pattern.

There will be times when some Air Force members will wear the new camouflage pattern but most will not. Air Force personnel that deploy with the Army on missions will wear the same camo as the G.I’s, but for garrison,the boys in blue, will retain the current tiger- stripe Airman battle uniform.

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