This uniform says, ‘We are the good guys.’”

The 1940s gave the U.S.Army service uniform, with its slightly rose-hued trousers or skirt and distinctive belted olive coat, an affectionate nickname: “pinks and greens.” This time around, the Army has decided to just call them Army Green:. green gabardine wool field coat and khaki trousers that officers wore in World War II. Present Army Blues can be hard to distinguish, not just from similar Navy and Air Force uniforms, but also from a sea of blue-clad civilians: police officers, firefighters, commercial pilots, even doormen,



1940s two-tones