The U.S. Navy recently debuted its newest uniform, the updated Service Dress Whites (SDW). For the first time since 1980, the SDW's jumper-style uniform has undergone a significant change in design for all Sailors E6 and below and incorporates side and front zippers to help ease changing in and out of uniform. The design itself consists of a jumper flap with navy blue piping on cuffed sleeves, stars and navy-blue piping on the navy collar, and a yoke, making it a 'photo-negative' of the Service Dress Blue jumper. The SDW trouser design has not changed. The uniforms, issued to recruits at Recruit Training Command (RTC) as of October 2017, will be required to be worn by all Sailors by Oct. 31, 2021.
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