Among the very best army surplus items is the uniform used by soldiers inactivity. The gowns go through a lot, and they continue through the most stringent conditions regarding weather and combat.
All branches of the military have either recently changed uniforms or are in the process of doing this. Each department has shifted over in the Battle Dress Uniform. The battle dress uniform had been a military surplus thing since it became standard issue in September of 1981. It included a cap, shirt, pants, and also the M65 field jacket.
The BDU was made from cotton or a combination of cotton and nylon or polyester. All BDU items were made in the ripstop weave to ensure durability. Two different versions of the jacket were created: one for hot weather and one to the temperate climate. The BDU initially came in Woodland Camouflage, but afterward was available in other layouts.
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