Wear-out date set for BDUs.
The Army began phasing out the woodland and desert-pattered uniforms on June 14, 2004, with debut of the digital-patterned Army Combat Uniform.
All brown T-shirts, black combat boots and green and black jungle boots, woodland and desert-camouflage caps, olive-drabgreen name and U.S. Army tapes, subdued-olive-green shoulder-sleeve insignias and the black rigger belt and web belt with open-faced black buckle will also become obsolete on April 30.
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