The Army is poised to begin testing new camouflage designed for hot weather environments. Soldiers may very well end up liking the new threads. But the move highlights what some critics say is a tendency by the Army — and other military services — to make too frequent uniform changes, and with questionable results. Should enlisted troops have more of a say in the camouflage they wear? To weigh in on this topic, visit this KitUp blog post.
Sound Off: Should Enlisted Troops Make Future Camouflage Decisions?
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