AGSU Inventory Status Update: 15:30, 4 May 2022: Drastically diminished inventory levels and rapidly changing availability of raw materials and components of the Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU) have severely impacted our ability to ship orders within our normal time frame of five business days.
Due to these factors beyond our control, customers who must receive their AGSU or AGSU component by a specific date should first contact our Customer Service department to ascertain a feasible delivery date and, if necessary, adjust their plans accordingly. You can speak with a Customer Service representative 0830–1630 EST, Monday–Friday or submit a Customer Service inquiry using the "Contact Us" feature found at the top of each page, listing all the items in your order.

There is also is good news on the horizon. U.S. Army Natick Soldier Systems Center, more commonly referred to as simply NATICK, has authorized exceptions to procurement regulations to relieve bottlenecks and shortages in the AGSU supply chain, a move that should help us begin to return to normal shipping and handling times by the second or third week of May.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during these trying times and, as always, thank you for your service to our country!

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The Heritage Green Necktie worn with the Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU) is a two-fold, four-in-hand tie with pointed ends made of a 55/45 polywool blend in a tropical weave; neckties of similarly woven or knitted fabric are also approved.

It is worn in either a Windsor, half-Windsor, or four-in-and knot. Regardless of the knot, the necktie must be tied so that its front end is no shorter than two inches above the top of the AGSU belt buckle, but it also must not extend past the bottom of the buckle. Tie tacks and tie clasps are authorized for wear assuming they are of conservative styling.

The Heritage Green four-in-hand tie is worn with the Class A variation of the AGSU when wearing either short- or long-sleeve AGSU shirts. The necktie is required when wearing the long-sleeved AGSU Shirt without the Class A Service Coat, but is optional if the short-sleeved shirt is worn without the Coat. It’s also optional when wearing the Heritage Green 564 Pullover Sweater.

(b)  The heritage green four-in-hand necktie is worn with the Class A AGSU and with the short- and long-sleeved service uniform shirts. The necktie is required for wear when the long-sleeved shirt is worn without the Class A coat and when the short- and long-sleeved shirts are worn with the Class A coat. It is optional when the short-sleeved shirt is worn with the Class B uniform and when either the short- or long-sleeved shirt is worn with the heritage green 564 pullover sweater.

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