Source: Army Times
On Veterans Day, the Army gave official approval for the new Army Greens uniform, with plans to roll it out over the course of 2019 starting with senior leaders and recruiters. The rollout began with Sergeant Major of the Army, Dan Dailey and “several enlisted models,” who wore the new uniform at various events over 2018.
On Tuesday, March 26 at the Global Force Symposium held by the AUSA, the officer variant of the uniform saw its initial debut. General Robert Brown proudly wore his uniform to the event, stating that several other senior leaders would be seen wearing theirs soon as well.
As for the rest of the service, new soldiers will receive their custom-fit uniforms when they report to their units, while currently enlisted soldiers won’t have to relinquish their ASU’s until 2028.