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2nd Lt. Arcelia Miller demonstrates the Air Force Test Utility Uniform

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2nd Lt. Arcelia Miller, from the U.S. Air Force’s special security office, demonstrates the Air Force Test Utility Uniform at Andrews AFB. The green, grey and blue tiger-stripe camouflage pattern was dropped in May 2005. [Image: USAF/Air Force Link.]

prototype Air Force Utility Uniform 'blue tiger-stripe' camouflage
United States of America

On 9 July 2003, a prototype of the new Air Force Utility Uniform was unveiled at Andrews Air Force Base (AFB), Maryland, and Bolling AFB, Wear-testing of the new uniforms began in January 2004.

The prototype Air Force Utility Uniform featured the green, grey and blue tiger-stripe camouflage pattern, which is shown here. This pattern was dropped in May 2005, in favour of the a more subdued camouflage pattern.

In spite of its clear relationship to U.S. Tiger Stripe camouflage, which was used during the Vietnam War, the prototype Air Force Utility Uniform is intended to be a working uniform, not a tactical uniform. When airmen are working in tactical environments, they will still be outfitted with the appropriate tactical uniforms.

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prototype Air Force Utility Uniform 'blue tiger-stripe' camouflage
2003


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also known as:
  • Air Force Prototype Utility Uniform camouflage pattern
  • Air Force Test Utility Uniform camouflage pattern
  • Air Force Utility Uniform 'blue tiger-stripe' camouflage
country of origin:

United States of America

National flag: United States of America

United States of America

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used by:
  • U.S. Air Force

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