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Army and Marine Corps uniform is the uniform of choice for the country’s most elite troops, and that’s likely to change.
A new set of uniforms, dubbed the U.A.M.E. Uniform, will become the uniform for all American troops, beginning in 2021, according to the U:USMC’s Uniform & Equipment Command.
The Army has been using the M-1 rifle and bayonet since it was deployed in World War II, and the Marine Corps uses the UH-1 Huey helicopter.
But Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert Neller announced Tuesday that the U-2 fighter jet will also become the UA:M.I.G. uniform for its soldiers.
uniform will be a combination of the Army and the Marines’ standard Marine Corps uniforms.
The Marine Corps’ current uniform has the Marine insignia on the chest, while the Army has its current M-3 rifle and M-4 carbine on the shoulders.
The M-6 infantry rifle will be used for all Marines, while there will be two versions of the UAH-1 Humvee for the Marine infantry.
A military spokesperson for the UAA said the uniforms will be rolled out in 2021.
The new uniforms will have a uniform-specific design that will be more comfortable for Marines, but will still have the basic Army uniform elements.
The UAA will also be able to offer the Marines a second set of Marines’ uniform options, the spokesperson said.
The Marine Corps has used the M2 rifles and carbines since the start of the war in Vietnam.
The Marines’ new M-1919A2 rifle and carbine will be the same as the M1 Garand rifle, the Marines said.
The United States has over 9,600 Marines in the UPA.
The Army’s M1 rifle is currently used by the 1st Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 5th Infantry Division, according the US Army.
The 2nd Infantry Division has more than 5,300 troops.
The Marines are also using the Marines M-8 carbine, the same weapon used by Marines during the Vietnam War.
The rifles are used by both infantry and cavalry units.
The M-16 rifles have been used by infantry in the Marine units since the early 1960s, and were used by U.N. peacekeepers and soldiers during the 1992 Siege of Mogadishu, Somalia.
The Air Force has been trying to make its own version of the M4 carbines for years, but the Marines will be able choose from a wide range of M-14 and M4 rifles that are similar to the M16s, according an Air Force spokesperson.
The Air Force says its M16 is more accurate and has better optics than the M14s.
The Navy is also testing a similar weapon, the Navy’s M-11A2.