Army combat uniform

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U.S. Army soldiers wearing the Army Aircrew Combat Uniform in combat August 2009.

The Army Aircrew Combat Uniform (A2CU) is a two-piece flight suit in the that offers the soldier protection from. The coat is similar to the in design, with a featuring a front extension, shoulder patches, a front, two inside hanging chest pockets with flaps; adjustable waist; two-piece set-in sleeves with elbow patches; two sleeve utility army combat uniform pockets with flaps and Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) tabs; and two lower sleeve pencil pockets with flaps. It can be worn with the. The trousers have nine pockets: two thigh pockets; two calf pockets with external tool pockets; one knife pocket with (on the left thigh); and two side hanging pockets. (except for the side hanging pockets and the lower leg external tool pockets) have flaps and zippers.

The A2CU upgrades the current protective clothing system and provides operational effectiveness, fit, suitability, and durability, addressing near-term Air Warrior requirements in the universal camouflage pattern. The A2CU is made of a blend of 92 percent, 5 percent, and 3 percent.

The A2CU has also been adopted for use by the, where it is known as the Airman Aircrew Combat Uniform.

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