On Army Combat Uniforms, sleeves can now be rolled either with camouflage facing in or out, depending on the preference of commanders down to the company level. Also, commanders in the field can now authorize Soldiers to cuff ACU sleeves either with the camouflage facing in or out. The changes are effective immediately. The guidance on rolling and cuffing ACU sleeves pertains to those of the universal camouflage pattern (UCP); operational camouflage pattern (OCP); and the Operation Enduring Freedom pattern. The decision on how to roll or cuff sleeves can be made by company commanders of the Army National Guard and Army Reserve as well. Sleeves can only be rolled in garrison, and the sleeves must be rolled no more than three inches above the elbow. Sleeves of the Army aircrew combat uniform (A2CU) will not be rolled under any circumstances.
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