The kids of West Point uniform have come up with a unique way to honor their uniform.
The uniform, called the “Boys School Uniform” was designed to honor the soldiers of the United States Army who died in combat during World War II.
The uniforms are designed to look like the ones worn by boys at West Point.
The Army issued the uniforms to boys in 1942, when they were only in their early teens.
The Army said they were meant to represent the boys and young men who served in the United Nations, in World War I, and in World Wars II.
Army Maj. David A. DeBoe, the program manager for the Boys School Uniform project, said they hope to get the uniform to every soldier in the West Point Reserves who will be wearing it this fall.
The boys school uniform will feature black, white and green with yellow piping on the shoulder blades.
The piping is an homage to the color blue.
“It’s not just an homage.
It’s a way to show appreciation for the men and women who died for our country, and it’s a reminder that they were in service of our country,” DeBoes said.
The project has raised more than $100,000 so far.
DeBoes said they will be rolling out the uniform in November and hope to have it in stores in January.
The students of West Pines High School wore the uniforms in the summer of 2019.
Now, they’re hoping to have the uniform worn by their senior year in 2020.
DeBoes, who is also the school’s athletic director, said he has asked West Point for help to make sure the uniform is the right size and that the color scheme is correct.
He said they are working with other schools to ensure that the uniform fits the uniforms.
The kids are also working to make a video to commemorate the uniforms so they can wear it at home.
The students also hope to incorporate some of the uniforms into their summer activities.
The military said the boys uniforms were inspired by the uniforms worn by members of the Japanese American community.
The school has made the uniforms available to students and faculty.
The video is still being developed.