Marine Corps Uniform Board changes
Marine Uniform Board Surveying Corps on Three Changes

The Marine Corps Uniform Board has released a survey regarding three proposed uniform changes for U.S. Marines.

The survey is open to active duty and reserve Marines from Aug. 8 to Aug. 29, according to a release from the Marines.

The three proposed changes considered by Col. Todd S. Desgrosseilliers, president of the board, are shifting the annual seasonal uniform synchronization date, requiring the wear of brushed brass enlisted insignia in woodland Marine Pattern utilities and establishing the Sam Browne belt as a mandatory accessory for officers wearing the blue dress “A”/”B,” service “A” and blue-white “A”/”B.”

“The results of the survey will be provided to the Uniform Board for consideration and will be included in the final decision memorandum to the Commandant,” said Mary Boyt, program manager of the Permanent Marine Corps Uniform Board, in a release.

Up Next

Florida Examining Legalization of Suppressors For Hunters

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will explore the use of suppressors by...