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NEWS | Aug. 27, 2021

Clothing: Instructions for Wearing the AGSU

Measuring AGSU for proper fit
Photo by Eric Pilgrim
The Army G-1 Uniform Policy Branch has created a quick visual aid for wearing the Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU). To download the uniform guide, visit the PS Magazine milBook site (you'll need your CAC to access):
Links to the following uniform-related publications and message are available on the Army Publishing Directorate website at:
  •  AR 670-1, Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia (Jan 21)
  •  DA PAM 670-1, Guide to the Wear And Appearance of Army Uniforms And Insignia (Jan 21)
  •  ALARACT 029/2021, Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU) Class B Update (Mar 21).
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