The Marine Corps' utility uniform currently has tabs to adjust the fit of the maternity blouse, said Capt. Joe Butterfield, a Marine spokesman at the Pentagon. The service is now looking at how to add them to a service uniform shirt, too, he said. The changes, first reported by Marine Corps Times Oct. 9 were based on feedback the uniform board received when surveying women on the new female dress coat, which resembles the male version. That coat has been issued to recruits at boot camp since last summer. Read more on Military.com.
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