Army Makeover

Army Makeover - Army Makeover With a new age of combat...

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Army Makeover With a new age of combat technology and methods on the horizon, it was only natural that the army would begin to redesign their combat attire to better suite the needs of the soldiers. The term “Velcro has hit the ceiling” has received a whole new meaning. The new army combat attire is now a singular style, versus the older uniforms that differed for the type of terrain that the soldiers were going to be fighting. Swamp and jungle camouflage consisted of tan, green, brown, and black blotches, which themselves were flawed. The black blotches actually drew your attention when trying to move in camouflage. Desert design was the same as jungle and swamp, but the colors were merely sand-esk colors. The new design, aside from being digital squares instead of blotches, can be used in both situations. Velcro, instead of stitch and thread, will be used for pockets and name badges. This will save the soldiers money, and time, on dry cleaning bills because the uniforms are now machine washable. The boots no longer need to be
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