The Air Force Uniform Office (AFUO) has designed throughout the years men's and women's service dress uniforms, utility uniforms, mess dress uniforms, maternity uniforms, sweaters, and physical training uniforms. The AFUO has technical responsibility for clothing items until they are retired from the system. The AFUO focuses on continuous product improvement. A new women's overblouse and tuck-in shirt will be tested soon, then the new men's shirt. A test of the new service dress will be conducted from mid-July to mid-August at the Pentagon. Focus groups, surveys and questionnaires will be utilized to obtain feedback following fit testing. For more information on Air Force uniforms, visit the Air Force Personnel Center website.
AF to Test Uniform Changes This Summer
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