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Marine Corps Systems Command’s clothing and equipment team recruited Marines from across the National Capital Region to participate in a 30-day limited user evaluation of newly-redesigned physical training uniform prototypes.
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Oct 5, 2022
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. - Marine Corps Systems Command’s clothing and equipment team recruited Marines from across the National Capital Region to participate in a 30-day limited user evaluation of newly-redesigned physical training uniform prototypes. Like last year’s prototype, this uniform features anti-microbial, moisture-wicking, fast-drying fabrics and reflective elements. Unlike last year’s prototype, the current iteration does not use gender-neutral sizing. The current prototype also uses more lightweight fabric and modified design elements. MCSC’s clothing and equipment team will collect Marines’ feedback on the uniform’s form, fit and function following the evaluation and make any necessary adjustments to the design.


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