New joint cyber camo just pixelated dicks
FORT MEADE, Md. — The Defense Department unveiled its first joint utilities uniform, approved for all service members staffing cyber missions. The "Combined Uniform Camouflage" pattern breaks with the past by being covered in blurred dicks.
“As a soldier, I love new uniforms and we needed a fresh look that reflects the cyber battlespace and our truly interservice approach to it,” said Cyber Command commander General Paul M. Nakasone.
“I think we nailed it.”
Earlier this year he convened a joint expert panel, led by Marine Corps Deputy Commandant for Information, Lieutenant General Lori Reynolds, to propose designs and oversee execution.
The panel included representatives from the Army Uniform Board and the Air Force band. Nakasone received a defense secretary-level waiver to exclude the Navy as a precaution against its recent history of terrible uniforms. An enlisted Marine took the Chief of Naval Operations’ place.
Each representative submitted two design proposals that reflected the serv…
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