It’s been a long time coming.
But it’s finally happening.
The Army is officially switching to its new logo.
The Army announced the new logo on Friday, which has been in use since 2009.
The logo features a hammer and sickle, the two symbols of the US military.
The logo’s design is similar to that of the Army’s flag, which was designed in the 1970s by a group of designers led by architect John S. Ward, who was a major in the US Army.
But this time around, the Army will be using the hammer and the sickle as the primary symbols.
The symbol itself has been redesigned to make it more familiar to those familiar with the military.
There are no official dates for when the Army is planning to adopt the new design.
But the Army has been keeping a close eye on what others have done, and has begun making changes.
The Pentagon has begun using the logo for new military missions, and the service has been making adjustments to the existing military logo.
“The Army is committed to continuing to innovate, evolve and grow, and we are confident that the Army logo will continue to be an integral part of our mission, operations, and culture,” a statement from the service said.
The new logo is expected to be introduced sometime in 2019.