IPFU Changes Says New Army G-4, Tells Duffel Blog To 'Shove It'
ARLINGTON, VA - Recently the Army has undergone a change of leadership in the G-4 shop, with Lieutenant General Raymond G. Mason being promoted to the position. At the spearhead of logistics for the entire Army, LTG Mason released his list of priorities for his tenure as Chief of Staff for G-4.
His number one priority was addressing the issues that have been brought to light by soldiers about the Individual Physical Fitness Uniform (IPFU).
In a press release, LTG Mason said, “First of all, everyone complaining about the liner in the shorts, how the shirts don’t breathe, the pointlessness of wearing a reflective belt when the uniform is designed to be reflective, and any other silly and menial stuff, can shut the hell up. When I was a young Lieutenant in Khe Sanh, Vietnam, we were lucky to have shirts at all."
He continued: "My first priority as Chief of Staff for Army G-4 is to rename the IPFU to the Uniform for Individual or Group Physical Training All Weather Environment Uniform, or th…
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