The Navy has announced that it will transition to the Navy Working Uniform Type III as its primary shore working uniform. Effective October 1, 2019, all sailors will be expected to wear it as their primary working uniform when ashore or in port.
Sailors wearing the Navy Working Uniform I, dubbed "aquaflage," in 2008. Unless otherwise prescribed by the regional commander, the uniform is currently authorized to be worn at all facilities on base.
Marines try on the Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform in 2002. The uniform has a digital-like pattern of squares designed for effective camouflaging, combat utility and durability.
A US service member wears the Desert Camouflage Uniform while stationed in Iraq in 2003.
Air Force Master Sgt. Matthew Tabor breaks a bottle to christen an H-21B helicopter while wearing the "tiger-stripe" Airman Battle Uniform in July.
The Air Force test utility uniform is a blue, gray and green tiger-stripe camouflage ensemble that includes features intended to increase functionality while providing a distinctive look.
The Army Combat Uniform, displayed in 2005, includes a universal camouflage pattern with moisture wicking, intended to provide functionality and good ergonomics.
The US Army's newest uniform, the Operational Camouflage Uniform.