Soldiers who wear Army reenlists are the most likely to be deployed in combat.
But for those who want to make the most of their military career, they might be better off getting their teeth cut, says military consultant Steve Daley, a former chief of staff to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
Daley, who now runs Dyson, says the Army is looking for a more casual approach to uniforms, even as it tries to diversify its uniforms to appeal to all branches of the service.
Dyson says its new uniforms are designed to be worn as a standalone garment, which means that they don’t have to be tied together to make a military jacket or pants.
They can be worn under other clothing or as a pair.
Daley says the company is looking at creating a pair of Army jackets, with sleeves and a waistband that has a pocket for a pen.
The company also is working on a set of Army pants, which have pockets for a pencil, but that would require a new, larger size.
In addition, Daley says the military wants a military shirt that fits the wearer, which is important for those in uniform who might have to change their uniform frequently.
The Army is trying to find a new way to look more casual.
Daley suggests that Army officers should wear their uniform in a business suit instead of a civilian suit, and that a new uniform should look similar to that of the Army Reserve.
Daly also says it’s important to consider the fact that military personnel tend to have a higher incidence of heart disease and diabetes than civilians.
Dylan says military officials are aware of the importance of the military shirt, but they are still working out what they want to do about it.