The NFL is still working out a new uniform with the Army as it was a popular choice for the Army during the Cold War, but the uniform may not be made with the iconic uniform.
The uniform that has been worn by the National Football League’s Army National Guard since 1947 has been used for decades in the United States Army National Training Center.
The uniform has become synonymous with the military, and the Army has been the one to have worn it for years.
In a recent issue of the Army Magazine, Army officials wrote that the uniform is currently being redesigned and will feature an updated color palette and be made from “new materials and a higher quality material than before.”
The uniform, which was designed by famed Army designer Richard Avedon, will be worn in both male and female uniform options, including the uniform that Army asu used.
The new uniform will be made of the same material as the one used by the Army, according to the magazine.
“The Army National Combat Uniform (NCU) was the most popular uniform worn by US Armed Forces during the last decade of the Cold, War, and World War II.
It is now retired from active service and will remain in the Army National Museum and Museum of the American Armed Forces until 2020,” the Army wrote in its memo.
The Army has not yet released any details about the new uniform.
It will likely be available in August or September.