With the adoption of the Army's Operational Camouflage Pattern (OCP) uniform by airmen around the world on the horizon, the Air National Guard put out a reminder last week for Air Force personnel to keep an eye peeled for their new duds starting in October.
The Air Force has officially adopted the Army’s camouflage pattern, but don’t expect the rest of the services to follow suit — that’s just crazy talk. Both the Marines and the Navy plan to continue to wear their distinct camo patterns, service officials told Task & Purpose.
The Air Force’s top enlisted triggered a selfie backlash on March 26th. His offense? He wore a prototype of a new uniform that very few airmen are authorized yet to wear, a move that many felt was “rubbing it in.”