BILLIONS $$$: Army Planning on Introducing New Uniforms After Just 8 Years With Old Ones

October 15, 2013 AT 6:03 PM
The US Army is ditching it’s current combat camouflage after less than ten years in service and a development cost of 5 billion dollars. The current camo or Universal Camouflage Pattern, is inefficient at blending into environments and a huge waste of money according to troops and critics. The Army is now spending 4 billion dollars on a next-gen camouflage design expected to be unveiled soon.