A new American wargame uniform is about to arrive in Japan.
The Kudo Kudo is a new uniform for the American wg3 American army, and it is a uniform designed by American designer Michael Kornfeld.
The new uniform is based on a classic Japanese military uniform called the kudo, which was first worn by the Japanese army in the 18th century.
The kudo uniform is very similar to the American uniform, but with a bit of an American twist.
The American military has made changes to the kudos since its debut, and the new uniform may not be the exact same, but it is more than close.
A number of things make this uniform stand out from the others.
It has the standard American wk3 insignia and the American war seal, which is an American battle flag.
The other thing that stands out is the way the uniform is made.
The first time I saw it, I thought it looked like a kudo with a Japanese insignia, and now that I see it in person, I’m pretty sure it is not.
The most obvious thing about the new kudo is that it is very well made.
There are two big sections, one at the top of the back and one at an armhole.
The back of the uniform has a wide shoulder strap and the sleeves are a bit short, and this allows for the uniform to be worn over the shirt.
It is the most common way American uniforms are worn, and that makes it easy to adjust the sleeve length, which I did in the photos below.
The sleeves are also wide, allowing for a much wider cut than many other American wgt uniforms.
This is a real testament to Kornfield’s work and how well-made he has gotten the uniforms.
A couple other things are a big difference from the kutomaru.
Instead of the traditional red-and-black and white-and black-and white stripe patterns on the uniforms, Kornstein has chosen a white stripe and a white and black pattern on the uniform chest.
The chest stripe is much wider, and has a more traditional shape.
Also, instead of the standard red-blue-and red-white stripes, Kossington has added two more white stripes, which adds some more flair to the uniform.
The only real difference is the shoulder pads.
Korn and Koss are trying to differentiate the new uniforms from the old kutomsaru by adding a different color of patch on the shoulders, instead.
The patch on both sides of the shoulders is white, and Korn uses the same blue patch on each shoulder, but the patch on Koss is more subdued, with a light blue on both.
This makes it more like the original Japanese kutomo, and is more noticeable than the white patch on some of the other American uniforms.
The one thing I found odd is the uniform belt, which has a lot of gaps between the buttons, but I’m not sure how Korn would have made it more secure, especially considering it is so well made, but that’s another story.
I think Korn is doing a great job of making the uniform as comfortable as possible for both men and women.
The next thing to notice is that the American military used to wear a very different uniform than the Japanese, which makes it easier to distinguish between the uniforms in the games.
In Wargame, the Japanese have had the Kudo uniform for over 200 years, but they also had the kuroki.
In American wgs3, the kuromi uniform is a different uniform altogether.
The wg1 kuromis are a completely different uniform, which Korn designed after the kuomis.
Kudasuri is a more modern design, and incorporates many of the changes Korn has made to the Kuru uniforms over the years.
The uniform consists of a short, narrow shirt with a long, narrow sleeve, with two different patterns on each side.
The shirt and sleeve have the same size and are slightly different.
The main difference is that each pattern is made of different materials, but in some ways it is easier to see the difference in the materials.
The two patterns are blue and black, and are combined to make a blue-black pattern.
This creates a unique look, and you can see in the photo below that the shirt is a little larger than the sleeve, which also adds to the uniqueness of the design.
The shoulder pads are a little different, as the kuru has a longer, wide shoulder that goes across the chest, which allows the shoulder to be moved up or down in a way that makes them more comfortable.
The biggest difference between the kyu and kuru is the red patches on the chest.
Kuru has white patches on each chest, but Kudasa has a black patch on top of that.
These patches give the uniform a