The Army Ocp uniform has undergone some changes in the years since its original design.
Now that the Army is transitioning to the new Uniform Program, it looks like it will continue to be an important part of the uniform program for decades to come.
The Army has two new uniforms, the OCP and the Army P.A. Uniform, that are available for purchase in the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
The OCP is a black, medium-length military uniform with a navy blue collar, with white trim, a dark blue shirt collar, and black piping.
The Army P-A-Uniform is a brown military uniform.
Both are available in both the standard and medium sizes.
The Navy is offering a pair of Navy Blue Army Pops, and the Air Force is offering two Navy Blue Air Force uniforms.
The two Navy uniforms are available to purchase for $90, while the Air force is offering one Navy Blue uniform for $80.
The two Army uniforms are similar to the Army’s other uniforms, and they share the same sizing and the same design.
The only differences are the colors of the shirt collar and the colors on the pants.
The OCP uniform features a long, black collar that reaches up to the ankle.
The collar is made of two separate layers, a collar band that runs from the middle of the collar, to the top of the shoulders.
The cuff is made out of three separate pieces.
The collar band is lined with white piping.
It has a red-striped, three-inch white stripe running from the center to the bottom.
The pants are also black, with a blue, white, and navy color scheme.
The pants have white trim on the left and right side, with navy trim on both sides.
uniforms are slightly different than the Army uniforms.
They are the only two Army uniform that feature the same style and color scheme, although they do not have the same overall color scheme as the Army uniform.
The P-Ups are the Army-wide version of the P-Ops.
The Navy pants are a dark navy blue with navy-blue trim, which runs the length of the pant.
The bottom of the pants is lined in navy blue, with blue trim along the bottom of both sides of the leg.
The pant is made from two separate pieces of fabric, each piece of which is lined separately with navy blue trim.
The lining is white and blue-colored, with two contrasting stripes running down the side.
The belt is made with two separate straps and a black buckle, with the bottom edge lined with navy white.
The piping is a dark, navy blue that runs the entire length of each pant.
Both the lining and the stitching are white.
The piping is lined.
The zipper is lined and is white with navy gray trim.
The shirt collar is a navy gray.
The white piping is not lined.
The knee cuffs are a navy, blue, and white with two piping on each side.
The knee cuff is not white, but is lined instead.
The thigh cuffs have a navy white lining, with one piping on the bottom and two on each thigh.
The seam allowance on the top and bottom of each thigh is also white.
On the right side of the front of the knee cuffed pants, there are a number of white, black, and Navy blue buttons.
The blue and navy blue piping on this side of each button matches the piping on all the other side of that button.
The top of each leg has a black stripe that matches the navy white piping on that leg.
On each leg, there is a blue stripe that runs down the middle.
There are also a navy-gray line that runs up the side of every leg.
The edges of the piping are lined with black piping that matches both sides on the right and left.
The front of each knee cocked pant is lined, and both the white and navy piping are lining the front, and a navy grey line runs up and down the front.
The back of the knees cocked pants are lined.
Both Army and Navy pants feature the Army Army POPS logo on the front and Navy Navy POPS on the back.
The logo is a three-line, double-stitched stripe that spans from the upper right of the waistband to the middle belt.
The double-striping is a single, white line that crosses the bottom line of the stripe.
The stripe is one line high on each leg.
Both the Navy and Army uniforms have a white lining on the waist, with black trim on all of the legs.
Both pants have navy piping, but the piping is different on the Navy pants and the Navy uniform.
The military pant is the Navy-wide uniform.
It features a navy lining on both the inside and outside of the upper leg, along with navy piping along the top, middle, and lower legs. The front