Army Gen. Robert Abrams, head of U.S. Forces Korea, donned the retro but newly authorized "greens" uniform Thursday.
On this episode we speak with journalist Jeff Schogol a beloved piece of military culture: the myths, rumors and legends that...
Avoiding fratricide is still a challenge for U.S. ground forces in particular.
Marines leaving the service on or before Jan. 1, 2023, won't have to buy the new female dress coat, the service announced.
Some Army garrisons, which have taken to outfitting their commanders with comical masks to illustrate "what not to wear."
The measure limits exposure by reducing the need to see a barber or hairdresser.
The Marine Corps isn't issuing force-wide rules on grooming standards or training requirements amid the coronavirus crisis.
The shoulder insignia is authorized for soldiers who have been "deployed, temporarily stationed or permanently assigned."
Journalists posted photos of the patches, prompting questions about whether the uniform devices violated DoD policy.
What started out as the ideal working uniform to replace the old olive drab fatigues quickly became a starched, pressed...