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‘An over-patterned couch’ — Airmen can’t wait to say goodbye forever to their tiger stripe ABUs | Task & Purpose

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A few months from now, the U.S. Air Force will have to bid goodbye to their tiger stripe-patterned Airman Battle Uniform, which they have used for a long time. According to Master Sgt. Mike Smith, the U.S. Air Force needs a new look that matches their bold actions to keep moving forward. The news came as a relief to many troops struggling with the uncomfortable uniform they are currently using.

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