The military is changing uniforms and armoring for the holidays, with a variety of new uniforms to fit different lifestyles and tastes.
For a few days, the Air Force is wearing a variety different uniforms.
On Saturday, the service will wear a different uniform to celebrate the birthday of retired Air Force Maj. Gen. David S. H. “Micky” Tucholsky, who was awarded the Bronze Star with valor in Afghanistan.
The Air Force also will wear different uniforms for its first day of a six-month deployment to Afghanistan on Dec. 2.
The Air Force has also announced a change in the way the service is preparing for holidays, including a change to the size and color of uniforms for the upcoming year.
The service is going to begin wearing a new uniform this year that will be a mix of white and blue, with white trim and navy blue trim, according to a statement released by the service.
The Navy is also expected to use the navy blue, but it is not currently being worn, the statement said.
The Army is also adding uniform options for its new recruits.
For the first time in three years, recruits are being asked to choose from two uniform options.
In addition to the Army’s white and navy uniforms, they will also have the choice of black and gray uniforms, with the Army saying that both options will be available for recruitment.
The service is also preparing for Christmas, a tradition it says has become a bit of a tradition.
The Army says it will be providing the same Christmas-themed Christmas decorations as before.
The Navy says it has not changed its Christmas decorations since the 1940s.